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At Ogden Vision Center we provide our patients with the best and most advanced eye care available today.

Optos Daytona Optomap

We are proud to introduce the latest cutting edge technology in retinal imaging, the Optos Daytona Optomap. Daytona retinal scan technology is now available at Ogden Vision Center.

This amazing device allows your eye doctor to see retinal, optic nerve and cornea structures not visible through regular exam methods by using light to provide a high resolution scan meant to pick up early signs of structural change or disease.

This allows your eye doctor to see even the smallest changes in the retina and optic nerve with greater accuracy, and much higher definition, making early and accurate detection of common sight threatening eye conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, easier than ever before.

iCare Tonometer

icare-tonometeriCare Tonometers for easy, accurate and patient-friendly intra-ocular pressure measurement. This unique technology enables safe, painless and hygienic eye pressure measurement without having to blow air in to your eye or use drops. iCare tonometers are based on unique, patented rebound technology, in which a very light and small probe is used to make a momentary contact with the cornea. No specialized skills for its use the quick and painless measurement is barely noticed by the patient and any anesthesia or inconvenient air puffs are not needed at all.

MiBo Thermoflo

MiBo-Thermoflo- MiBo Thermoflo works to unclog meibomian glands in the eye using a proprietary thermoelectric heat pump. Evaporative dry eye is the leading cause of dry eye. Improving meibomian gland function is the mainstay of modern therapy. MiBo is a new treatment modality designed to addressed obstructed meibomian glands and foster superior lipid health and function. MiBo is comfortable, effective, convenient, and affordable.For more information and to make your appointment for MiBo Thermoflo, please call our office us at (801) 394-8885.

BioDOptix® Corneal Treatment

Biodoptix - Ogden, UtahBioDOptix® is a dehydrated, extracellular membrane allograft derived from human amniotic tissue for use as a scaffold for ocular tissue repair and regeneration. Biod-Optix, a revolutionary new technology that utilizes the amazing healing power of embryonic tissue to heal corneal abrasions, infections and other potentially damaging and painful corneal conditions. Corneal abrasions, infections and malformations can be very painful and may cause serious long-term damage to your vision.

Infections like corneal ulcers, recurrent corneal erosion , severe dry eye, ocular trauma like corneal abrasions, or chemical burns are some of the conditions that benefit from this type of corneal treatment. Risks of this procedure are very low and involve inflammation from the membrane placement on the eye. If problems present the membrane is removed and the underlying condition is treated by other means.

This procedure is not performed for mild eye disease and is instead reserved for more advanced ocular disease as an alternative to surgical intervention.

 

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Digital Retinal Eye Exam

The Optomap retinal exam is revolutionizing how eye exams are performed. While eye exams generally include a look at the front of the eye to evaluate health and prescription changes, a thorough screening of the retina is critical to verify that your eye is healthy. This screening can lead to early detection of common diseases, such as glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration, and even cancer. The Optomap is a simple, quick and comfortable way to maintain optimum eye health.

The Optomap is a scanning laser opthalmoscope that allows the doctors to view different layers of the retina. The Optomap takes a high resolution, 200 degree wide, color digital image of the retina, which can be immediately evaluated by our doctors.

There is no pupil dilation, no eye drops, no blurred vision, or sensitivity to light.

Images can be enlarged and are stored on the hard drive, which allows the doctors to monitor and measure any retinal changes from visit to visit.