Part of our mission at the Family Eye Care Center & Optical Gallery is to provide the highest level or eye care. We are truly committed to delivering extraordinary eye care. Knowing that eyesight is precious, our goal is simply to be second-to-none with regards to preserving, restoring, improving or maintaining each patient’s vision. We use state-of-the art equipment to diagnose and manage the health of your eyes.
The Family Eye Care Center & Optical Gallery is proud to offer the most advanced retinal imaging technology, the Optomap®. This instrument takes a 200 degree wide-field digital image of the back of your eye (retina) through undilated pupils. The resulting image of each eye’s retina enhances the doctor’s ability to detect and monitor your eye health including systemic conditions and ocular diseases. Diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, some cancers, glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal tears and retinal detachments can all be detected through this type of evaluation. Early detection is critical to help maintain one’s ocular health as well as overall health.
Remarkably, the Optomap® allows your doctor to view the retina of each eye in a pain-free, non-invasive manner. Also, for the majority of patients, having these digital retinal images taken will eliminate the need for dilation.
Should you decide to have the Optomap® screening performed on your eyes during your routine eye exam, the doctor will review the images with you during your visit. The images will be stored in your permanent medical record at the Family Eye Care Center & Optical Gallery.
There is a cost of $39.00 to perform this procedure and it is not covered by insurance. This cost is in addition to other possible charges for your eye exam such as copays and deductibles.View Video
LenSx® Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery (LACS)
Every year, millions of Americans have cataract surgery. The goal of the surgery is to remove a cloudy natural lens and replace it with an intraocular lens (IOL) to improve vision. During cataract surgery, the cloudy lens is broken into tiny pieces and then the surgeon removes the pieces. Traditionally, a surgeon would use metal knives and blades in order to manually make the incisions needed for this process. Now, however, Dr Baharozian can offer you a ‘bladeless’ procedure, which is assisted by laser technology.
Laser-assisted cataract surgery offers customization to each patient with predictable and enhanced precision. The traditional ‘manual’ part of the procedure is now preformed by a laser. The technology behind the laser captures high-resolution images of your eye, giving precise measurements and data that assist Dr. Baharozian in planning and performing a procedure to exacting specifications.
The benefits of Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery over traditional cataract surgery are:
- A bladeless procedure that is personalized to your eyes
- Precise, reproducible performance and results
- Enhanced control and efficiency
- A CUSTOM procedure planned and performed by your surgeon for YOU
Nidek OPD-Scan III
In our office, we use the innovative OPD Wavefront system. This remarkable instrument uses the most advanced digital technology available to help us better evaluate your unique vision needs. Far more than just a refractive examination, this instrument gives us a comprehensive understanding of your complete visual system and optical pathway.
Using information from the OPD Wavefront system, we can make better recommendations to help you see more clearly. If you are considering cataract surgery, this device will provide us with the information to best match the right implant to your eye, and achieve the best fit for you.
This state of the art technology helps to choose the best implant to enhance your cataract surgery outcome. We are pleased to offer the best technology, and care, for our patients. Our job is to make your vision as close to perfect as we can, and the OPD Wavefront system helps us achieve these results.
Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT
The Zeiss Cirrus Optical Coherence Tomography takes a scan of your eye to give a highly detailed cross-sectional image. This scan is pain free, radiation free, and can be done without dilation. It is used to detect and monitor the progression of ocular diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetes.
Zeiss Humphrey HFA 3
The Zeiss Humphrey HFA 3 maps out the sensitivity of your central and peripheral vision to help diagnosis vision problems and manage certain ocular diseases over time.
Marco Epic Refraction Systems
Our state of the art refraction system allows us to accurately measure and change your glasses prescription. If a prescription change is found, the EPIC system allows us to easily demonstrate to you the difference between your current glasses and the new prescription.
ZEISS Visufit 1000
This state-of-the-art, TOUCHLESS technology produces precise and custom digital eyeglass measurements of your eyes. This quick and convenient process eliminates “human error” while also allowing a person to visualize themselves in their chosen frame.