Eye Testing

Our Testing Equipment

Slit Lamp Microscope

Huvitz HS-7500

Often a routine part of an eye exam, a slit lamp is typically used Free eye testing to look at the anterior (front) eye parts such as the cornea, lens, and iris, as well as the vitreous gel that makes up the eye’s interior. With the help of special lenses, doctors can also view posterior (back) eye parts such as the retina, optic nerve and the drainage angle, which is where fluid exits the eye.

Non-Contact Tonometer


that blows a tiny puff of air, measuring eye pressure indirectly by the eye's resistance to the puff.Applanation instruments can also measure pressure. They are the most accurate.