First Eye Care Killeen combines the very latest in high tech eye care with the connectivity to the rest of your health care team. You’ve probably never had an eye exam as thorough and efficient as you will at our practice! Check out the technology that makes our clinic special for you and your family.
The Humphrey is the gold standard for measuring your peripheral vision and is validated by over 30 years of perimetric research. Our doctors use the information gathered by this instrument to detect and manage glaucoma, strokes, certain types of brain tumors, and other neurologic eye conditions.
The Heidelberg Spectralis Ocular Coherence Tomographer (OCT) is one of the most sophisticated imaging devices to view the microscopic details of the retinal layers. It allows our doctors to detect and manage complicated eye diseases and detect the slightest changes that might occur in a patient’s retinal condition.
The Topcon KR-800 is a sophisticated vision analyzer that gives your doctor biometric information about your eyes, including the curvature of your eyes and an estimate of your prescription. Using this instrument is often the first step of your examination process.
The Optos Monaco retinal imaging system captures the most extensive view of the inside of your eye that is currently possible. The Monaco provides our doctors with a 200 degree view of your retina, along with a cross-section of the layers of the retina to help find any subtle or hidden eye disease. This high tech instrument aids in the detection of glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes, high blood pressure, eye cancers, and many other diseases of the eye.
The iCare tonometer measures the pressure inside your eye so that your doctor can check for the possibility of glaucoma. This modern instrument replaces the dreaded “air puff” test, which is no longer necessary for most patients.
The Medmont corneal topographer is one of the most accurate and precise instruments for gathering information about the unique curvature of the front of your eye. This information is critical for the successful fitting of contact lenses, and also to detect eye diseases such as keratoconus.