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Advanced Technology

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At Mississauga Vision Centre and Brampton Vision Centre, our optometrists are equipped with the latest technology which allows us to better examine all aspects of your eyes, provide early detection of eye disease, provide appropriate monitoring of progression and effectiveness of treatment. Our clinic provides:

  • Retinal imaging to take digital images of outside and inside of the eye
  • A specialized test called “OCT” to allow for early diagnosis of retinal or optic nerve disease
  • Automated refraction to assist in determining vision correction
  • Automated visual field testing for early diagnosis of glaucoma and to detect neurological or other conditions that may affect the optic nerve
  • Automated topography which allows for mapping of the shape of the cornea to detect for irregular corneal disease

With technology, our eye doctors in Brampton and Mississauga, ON can better diagnose and manage conditions for our valuable patients and we are happy to always invest in the latest technology as the lifetime health of your eyes are our priority.

Our Advanced Technologies

  • OCT Scanning Thumbnail
    High definition retina scanner manufactured with Carl Zeiss excellency.
  • ZEISS IOLMaster 500 Thumbnail.jpg
    The IOLMaster® 500 from ZEISS is the gold standard in optical biometry, with more than 100 million successful IOL power calculations to date.
  • LipiScan Thumbnail.jpg
    LipiScan is a small and lightweight device with a comfortable patient experience. Quick and painless, the procedure takes about one minute to image both lower eyelids.
  • OptomapC2AE Retinal Exam Thumbnail.jpg
    Annual eye exams are vital to maintaining your vision and overall health. We offer the Optomap® Retinal Exam as an important part of our eye exams.
  • Visual Field Testing Thumbnail.jpg
    A visual field test measures the range of your peripheral or “side” vision to assess whether you have any blind spots (scotomas), peripheral vision loss, or visual field abnormalities.