Does your child have an eye problem?

This child has a visual problem, but how would you know?

Most children don’t complain of poor vision because they assume what they see is normal.

Would you know if you had a vision problem?

Not only an over 40’s problem and could happen
at any age!

If you are finding reading more difficult then this will affect work and school performance.

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Ocular Coherence Tomography (OCT) provides the earliest diagnosis of disease such as macula degeneration and glaucoma.


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Pachymetry is the process of measuring the corneal thickness.

Corneas are more likely to thin over time with the onset of diseases such as glaucoma and keratoconus.

Pachymetry is used in conjunction with other tests to establish if these diseases are developing over time.

A 2011 study cited changes in Pachymetry readings as being an earlier predictor of Glaucoma development than Intra Ocular Pressure readings, visible optic nerve head changes and visual fields results.

We use a laser-scanning ophthalmoscope, which measures the Pachymetry readings through the full length of the cornea.  The test does not require eye drops and is pain free apart from a brief flash of light.

Previously Pachymetry required anaesthetic eye drops with an ultrasound probe reading to be placed on the central cornea.  This method used to give a single central measurement as opposed to the full-length readings that we can now obtain.