Our Technology

Investing in Your Vision

At Eyes Etc. Optical, we strive to stay up-to-date with the latest technology and techniques to best serve our patients and their unique visual needs. We invest in technology that helps us perform our eye exams and treatments with precision and accuracy.

Taking care of your eye health and visual needs is our top priority. Visit us for your next in-depth eye examination today.

Detailed Detection & Diagnosis

Many common eye diseases can develop without noticeable symptoms. Visiting your trusted eye doctor for a regular comprehensive eye exam can help detect signs of sight-threatening conditions early, allowing for earlier treatment.

The combination of Dr. Jeannine Fowler’s experience and dedication to her patients with our modern technology allows us to look at your overall eye health in great detail. Don’t wait until something feels off to schedule your next eye exam—take a preventive approach to your eye health by scheduling your next appointment today.

Our Innovative Equipment

During your comprehensive eye exam, we use technology to help us take a detailed and in-depth look at the overall health of your eyes. The extra precision from our innovative equipment allows us to accurately detect, diagnose, and monitor any present eye conditions. The earlier we can detect vision issues, the sooner we can provide you with an effective treatment plan unique to your needs.


AdaptDx technology is a type of automated dark adaptometer. Dark adaptometry measures the amount of time it takes your retina to regain its optimal sensitivity to low light conditions after being exposed to bright light.

This type of test is used to detect and monitor the progression of age-related macular degeneration. Detection can be made up to 3 years before drusen (fatty deposits that build up under the retina) becomes visible.

Watch these videos for more information:

Empowering AMD Patients with Early Diagnosis

AdaptDx Helps Diagnose and Treat AMD

Corneal Pachymetry

Corneal pachymetry determines the thickness of your cornea. The test uses ultrasound technology to capture a high-definition measurement. It’s quick, painless, and an important part of helping diagnose eye conditions such as glaucoma, keratoconus, or other corneal diseases.

Corneal Topography

Corneal topography captures 3-D images of the surface of your eye (cornea) using computerized technology. The shape of a normal cornea is typically an even, rounded shape. Corneal topography can detect any irregularities to the surface of the eye. This test can be beneficial when diagnosing conditions such as keratoconus, as well as fitting contact lenses.


Testing with the Diopsys device measures the neurological response of the entire visual pathway, from light entering the front of the eye to the visual cortex in the brain that receives visual information. The Diopsys test can help diagnose eye conditions such as glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic macular edema, and diabetic retinopathy.

Diopsys testing uses sensor pads placed on the head and does not rely on patient participation (like pressing buttons) to help ensure accuracy. One eye will be tested at a time.

Watch these videos for more information:

EARLY DETECTION with Diopsys Technology

Why is FUNCTIONAL VISION important for an AMD patient why Diopsys is the best test for your patient?


iScan Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) produces cross-sectional images of the retina to determine the thickness of each layer. This device uses light waves and is non-invasive.

OCT scans help provide guidance for the diagnosis glaucoma and retinal conditions such as age-related macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease.

Punctal Plugs

Punctal plugs are small medical devices that help patients alleviate their dry symptoms. They are inserted into the eye’s tear ducts and prevent fluid from draining from the eyes too quickly. This helps keep the surface of the eye adequately lubricated and moisturized.

Digital Retinal Camera

Digital retinal imaging is the process of taking an image of the back of your eye. We may recommend retinal imaging if you have or are at risk of developing conditions such as age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, or diabetic eye disease.

Your eyes will be dilated with special eye drops to widen your pupil. Next, you will rest your chin and forehead against the support to hold your head steady while the laser scans your eye.

Visual Field

The OCULUS Easyfield® visual field test can determine how wide of an area your eye can see around a central point. It can help detect blind spots in your vision and where they are. As an example, a visual field test can show blind spots in the peripheral vision of someone with glaucoma.