An optical coherence tomography scan (commonly referred to as an OCT scan) helps us to view the health of our eyes in greater detail, by allowing us to see what’s going on beneath the surface of the eye. Even if your vision and eye health are perfectly fine, it’s really useful for your optician to have a baseline image on file, so they can refer to it every time you see us. It’s the same as when we take an image of the back of your eye with digital retinal photography.
By utilizing a digital phoropter, opticians can swiftly and accurately determine your ideal lens prescription with unmatched precision. Its advanced features and streamlined interface make eye examinations more efficient, personalized, and comfortable for patients. As optometry embraces the future, digital phoropters continue to play an essential role in enhancing both eye care and overall patient experience.
Digital Dispensing Mirrors
We’ve made cumbersome rulers and pens a thing of the past. It has long needed a technological update as a way of taking frame measurements. The answer was staring us in the face the whole time! It’s mirrors! Here at Browns we have invested in the latest digital centration to make sure your glasses are as precise as they could possibly be! All it takes are a couple of glances in the mirror and your lenses will be accurate to within 0.1mm. As sharp as our optical teams eyes are, they aren’t quite that exact! Meaning they have more time to style and chat to you!