University Vision Centre
Our Eye Technology
We Can See Issues Long Before You Notice Them
At University Vision Centre, our experienced doctors use the latest technology in all our diagnostics and services to deliver only the most precise readings — and tailored treatments. This cutting-edge equipment allows us to uncover potential issues well before they impact your sight or quality of life.
Conditions We Detect with Our Eye Technology
Our incredible diagnostic tech allows our doctors to see a huge range of eye conditions and start treating them as early as possible. From identifying dry eye disease and glaucoma, to providing emergency eye care and surgery co-management, our technology helps us keep you seeing clearly.
Light sensitivity is the cause for around 60% of migraines, and we now offer a convenient solution to them — Avulux lenses! These advanced lenses filter up to 97% of migraine-triggering red, amber, and blue light while allowing soothing green light to pass through. Avulux can fit into almost any new frame and can be worn as a preventative throughout the day or as an on-the-spot treatment when you feel a migraine coming on.
You may not realize your irritating symptoms come from dry eye — but when you visit our dedicated dry eye workstation, we’ll assess your eyes to identify the underlying cause of your specific case. Tests explore indicators like tear osmolarity and break-up time, as well as the health of the meibomian glands in your eyes, which play a key role in the production of tears.
The retina is at risk for a variety of diseases, but one of the most common is diabetic retinopathy, a serious complication of diabetes. We use a variety of equipment, including Optos retinal imaging and visual field tests, to identify issues at the earliest point so we can start management to protect your vision.
Dubbed the “silent thief of sight,” glaucoma is a condition that often shows very few warning signs. As such, it requires both a skilled eye and advanced equipment to detect. After we’ve identified signs of glaucoma using a variety of testing methods, including optical coherence tomography (OCT) and visual field testing, we can develop an individualized approach to your case.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a common condition that affects the macula, a structure in the center of the retina. AMD affects your central vision, but can be difficult to detect in its early stages. To make sure we see it as early as possible, we utilize a range of equipment, including OCT imaging and slit lamp exams, to start managing it as early as possible.
While cataracts are incredibly common, it’s not always obvious if you have them in their early stages. Topography and color vision tests can help us identify how severe the cataract is and what eyewear can help correct your vision, as well as guide us towards the best options for ultimately removing them with cataract surgery.
Only the Best for
Get Your Perfect Prescription
Our digital phoropters help give us a complete picture of your eye and its dimensions, in a way that’s faster and more convenient than conventional equipment. Never worry about your clarity again — our technology helps us get the most accurate vision prescription possible. It’s so precise, in fact, we call it “the perfect prescription”!
Eye Treatment for Lasting Results
Why Choose University Vision Centre?
Our promise to you is that you’ll never have to choose between compassionate eye care providers and fantastic technology: at University Vision Centre, you’ll get it all!
Get the Best Eye Care Technology at Both of Our Locations
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