Zeiss Clarus 500

The Zeiss Clarus 500 allows our clinic to capture extremely clear and full field views of the internal eye. The instrument is an ultra-widefield camera that captures high resolution images down to 7 microns.

What this means for our patients is that we are able to document and observe all manner of ocular disease and track subtle changes in pathology over time. In addition, it also captures detailed fundus auto-florescence images and external structures as well.

Often these capabilities are enjoyed without having to dilate our patients allowing comprehensive eye care with little to no inconvenience.

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What’s up with people wearing those big sunglasses after cataract surgery? The main reason is for protection - physical protection to assure nothing hits the eye immediately after surgery, and protection from sunlight and other bright lights. We want to protect the eye from getting hit physically because there is a small incision in the eyeball t...
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