2250 North Point Drive. Warsaw, IN 46582 | 574-267-3515

Technology

At Warsaw Family Eyecare, we pride ourselves in offering the latest and best technology, allowing us to provide the best possible care for our patients. We are currently the only eye care establishment in the county that offers both the Optos Daytona and the Diopsys VEP.

Our office utilizes the latest in professional diagnostic technology to better diagnose, treat, and manage ocular diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and other conditions. This technology includes:

Zeiss Cirrus 5000 HD Spectral Domain Ocular Coherence Tomographer (OCT): Utilizing scanning laser technology it can create MRI-like imaging pictures of your retina and other areas of your eye. Very useful in the diagnosis and management of many ocular conditions.

Diopsys Nova Visual Evoked Potential (VEP): Neurodiagnostic testing that uses electodes placed on the head to measure the speed and strength of the visual signals as they travel from the eye to the brain. Very good for those hard to diagnose cases, lazy eyes, and has been reported to be able to pick up glaucoma 8 years before all other available technology!

Digital Retinal Photography: Our digital retinal camera can take high resolution images of the back of your eye to aid in diagnosis and monitoring of conditions like diabetes, macular degeneration, ocular tumors, and glaucoma.

Optos Daytona: Ultra-Widefield Retinal Imaging: From the 200° view of the retina in one image, captured in less than one second to the multiple imaging modalities available, the Daytona brings the benefits of ultra-widefield optomap® images to our patients in a compact design.

Zeiss HVF Automated Perimeter: also known as the "side vision test" it measures the sensitivity of the peripheral vision. Useful in neurological problems, glaucoma, headaches, high risk medicines like plaquenil and other conditions.

Corneal Topography: produces a computerized map of the front surface of the eye useful in managing corneal diseases like keratoconus and to aid in complex contact lens fitting.

Ultrasonic Pachymetry: Measures the thickness of your cornea for monitoring corneal diseases and pre Lasik surgery evaluations.

Anterior Segment Imaging: This equipment can capture digital images and video of the front structures of your eye for monitoring eye problems or educating patients.

Digital Frame Measuring and Lenses: Advanced technology to very precisely measure your pupillary distance, tilt of frames, distance from the lenses to your eyes and wrap of frames to allow the use of the latest and most advanced digital freeform lenses for your glasses to provide the best corrected vision possible.