Medical Eye Exams

Nothing is more important than healthy eyes!



Medical Eye Exams

Nothing is more important than healthy eyes!

Our doctors have the training, experience, and knowledge that enable them to diagnose and manage ocular diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and glaucoma.

The state-of-the-art technology used at Gretna Vision Source helps our doctors monitor these conditions over time and screen for disease risk factors to identify potential candidates that may need to be monitored more closely.

State-of-the-Art Technology

Our state-of-the-art diagnostic and screening equipment includes:

  • Optomap for diagnosing and monitoring disorders of the posterior segment of the eye.

  • Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) for diagnosing and monitoring disease of the macula and optic nerve.

  • Corneal Topography for diagnosing and monitoring corneal disease and fitting specialty contact lenses.

  • Visual Field for diagnosing and monitoring disorders of the optic nerve and visual pathway including neurological disease.

  • Neurolens for diagnosing convergence insufficiency and disorders of eye coordination.

  • LipiScan for diagnosing and monitoring meibomian gland structure and evaporative dry eye.

  • Tear Lab for monitoring the composition and quality of tears in individuals with dry eye.

  • Macular Pigment Optical Density (MPOD) for identifying individuals at risk for macular degeneration.

  • Optical Biometry to measure Eye Length: An essential data point for best outcomes when managing progressive nearsightedness and assessing risk of ocular disease.
  • OptiLight by Lumenis: A light-based treatment that uses precise, intense broad spectrum light to address signs of dry eye disease due to meibomian gland dysfunction.
  • LipiFlow Thermal Pulsation System: A groundbreaking technology used to treat dry eye disease caused by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction.

 When indicated, our doctors and staff co-manage the conditions described above with other healthcare providers and ocular surgeons if further testing, treatment, or surgical intervention is required.