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Advanced Ocular

Clear vision – without glasses or contacts – begins here

Ready to find out if you’re a candidate for laser vision correction? The Advanced Ocular Analysis (AOA) will tell you everything you want to know and more. So much more than a typical eye exam, the AOA is a state-of-the-art in-depth evaluation utilizing advanced diagnostic technologies to obtain a beneath-the-surface look at the health of your eyes today and well into the future. After experiencing the AOA you’ll know more about your vision than you ever thought possible. Here’s what to expect:

  • The most advanced combination of diagnostic technology available, an important step in determining your candidacy for a procedure, which sets the foundation for excellent visual outcomes
  • Time with a surgeon who will review your results and outline a customized treatment plan tailored to your vision and lifestyle
  • Answers to your questions – costs, financing, recovery time, and more

Come with questions. Leave with a Lifetime Vision Plan.

During the Advanced Ocular Analysis your refractive surgeon and our trained medical staff will develop a Lifetime Vision Plan for you based on the testing and surgeon’s recommendations. Our exclusive Lifetime Vision Plan is specific to your eyes and evolves with you over the years, creating a sophisticated plan of care that ensures your best vision for a lifetime.

After your exam, we’ll share with you an in-depth view of your eyes, taking all the time necessary to explain what the evaluation revealed. You’ll leave with a comprehensive report of everything we discussed plus any recommendations for treatment, nutritional changes or vision correction.

Diagnostic Technology

Durrie Vision houses the most advanced diagnostic technology available on the market. Why is this important? Determining your candidacy for any laser vision correction procedure is a critical step as excellent candidates are much more likely to have excellent outcomes and poor candidates are more likely to have poor outcomes.

Expand the bullets below to learn more about our advanced technologies utilized during the AOA.

Anterior Segment OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography)

A device that takes a digital image of the front of the eye and crystalline lens. These images aid in evaluating the tear film, eyelids, cornea and early cataract formation.


Topical medication drops enlarge the pupil so that a full view of the natural lens and retina can be seen. Dilation is required for a cycloplegic refraction, which gives a more accurate reading of the refractive error.

Fundus Camera

This device takes a digital image of the retina to ensure the health of the
inside of the eye.

HD Analyzer

Using simple light rays, this technology provides a wealth of data about the
quality of your vision. This unique device is the first of its kind in that it allows for objective measurement of many of the aspects of vision not able to be captured by traditional visual acuity testing. At the same time, this information may be critical in making the best choices for your Lifetime Vision Plan.


This device digitally maps the surface of the cornea and its underlying layers to provide indispensable information and precisely image the cornea in the consideration of refractive surgery. At the same time, information about the changes in the natural lens of your eye can be captured and displayed with high definition. The pentacam is also one of the few technologies available that provides a multiplicity of corneal maps.

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

This technology has revolutionized all aspects of ophthalmology. With resolution millions of times more precise than CT or MRI, the internal
structure of your eye can be imaged with the capability of seeing individual cells and tissue layers. This allows us to monitor for potential vision issues that even a microscope could not see. Many aspects of your overall health and nutrition are reflected in the eye and can be evaluated simultaneously with this modern test. During your Advanced Ocular Analysis we are looking at more than just your eyes!

Specular Microscopy

This is a noninvasive photographic technique that allows visualization
and analysis of the corneal endothelium, a layer of the cornea vital for maintaining long term visual clarity and corneal health. Using computer-assisted morphometry, modern specular microscopes analyze the size, shape and population of the endothelial cells of the cornea. Information about these cells is important for surgical (and non-surgical) decisions that are consistent with your Lifetime Vision Plan.

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