See the Future of Eye Care Today
At North Park Optometry, our mission is to provide you with a truly comprehensive eye care experience. And one of the ways we do this is by investing in the latest eye care technology.
With these unique tools, we get a complete look at your eye care needs so we can address potential issues as early as possible and even protect your sight from diseases and conditions.
Please continue reading to learn more about the out-of-this-world tech we have in our practice, or book an appointment today to see them in action when you visit us next.Book Appointment
Our Commitment to You
We pride ourselves on providing 3 things to each patient: transparency, trust, and technology.
Our technology gives us a comprehensive look at your eye care and vision needs, allowing us to provide you with transparent advice that you can trust.
No matter what your needs are, you can always rely on our doctors to provide straight answers to your questions and concerns. If you have an issue you’d like us to address, let us know, and we’ll be happy to help.
Contact Lens Fitting Technology
Although we love our eyeglasses, we completely understand if you’re looking for a more “frames-free” way to achieve clear vision.
Contact lenses can provide clear, crisp vision all day long. But before we can provide you with a prescription, we’ll need to examine your eyes to ensure contact lenses will address your needs. The following technology gives us a complete picture of the surface of your eye so we can determine your candidacy for contact lenses.
For more information about the contact lens process, please visit our Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, & Brands page today.
Anterior Segment OCT
Anterior segment ocular coherence tomography (OCT) uses light imaging technology to examine the various structures of your eye, including the cornea, tear film, iris, anterior chamber, and lens.
Eye Disease & Condition Technology
Many eye diseases and conditions develop over long periods of time without showing early noticeable symptoms.
Because of this, our doctors use an array of diagnostic technologies to detect these issues early. Early detection means early treatment; the earlier treatment starts, the better the chance of preserving your eye health and vision.
To learn more about common eye diseases we look for during an eye exam, please visit our Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management page.
Optos Retinal Imaging
Optos is a retinal imaging device that helps us capture highly-detailed pictures of your retina, the area at the back of your eye that helps provide your sight.
Using the Optos device, we can examine your retina’s blood vessels, your optic disc, and your macula for signs of eye disease.
Fundus photography is a noninvasive imaging technique we use to examine your retina. Fundus photography helps us detect signs of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration.
Optical Coherence Tomography
Firefly Slit Lamp
The Firefly slit lamp is a powerful diagnostic device that helps us detect signs of dry eye syndrome. Using the Firefly slit lamp, we can observe your tear break-up time, your tear meniscus height, and the health of your meibomian glands.
Please visit our Dry Eye Therapy page for more information on dry eye.