Building main entrance
Please access the second floor using the elevator on the left at the back.
Please hand in your insurance card.
A water cooler is made available in summer.
Contact lens prescriptions can also be made here.
We perform each test with great care.
Visual field examination room
We perform both static and kinetic visual field tests.
Fully accessible to wheelchairs.
Medical records are kept electronically for better storage and accessibility.
With a tablet PC, we explain and review test results using visual aids.
Our clinic can fully accommodate wheelchairs.
Autorefractor / Tonometer
This three-in-one machine can measure intraocular pressure, refractive error and corneal curvature radius.
A light air jet is blown onto the surface of the eye to measure the fluid pressure inside the eye.
This is an important test for glaucoma.
Refractive error and corneal curvature radius
The device automatically measures far-sightedness (hypermetropia), near-sightedness (myopia), astigmatism and the curvature of the cornea.
Corneal endothelial cell imaging device
Aging, lack of oxygen (due to contact lenses) and surgery can cause the number of cells to decrease.
Normal density is between 2,500 and 3,000 cells/mm2.
Automatically measures the strength of glasses.
Visual acuity charts
We use two charts, one placed at 5m and the other at 0.9m.
High-resolution LCDs ensure a clear and stable image quality.
Used in the diagnosis of conjunctivitis.
This high-precision instrument provides a detailed magnified view of the eye. The digital images can be stored on a patient’s file.
OCT: three-dimensional eye imaging device
This machine allows the accurate examination of sections of the eye’s anterior segment (such as the macula and optical nerve), and also takes images of the eyeground, or fundus.
Octopus: static visual field measuring device
This piece of equipment automatically measures the field of vision. It is mainly used for testing for glaucoma.
Used for treating patients suffering from secondary cataracts that can occur after cataract surgery, as well as for the treatment of glaucoma.
Used for precision treatment
This machine applies near infrared light to the stellate ganglion to help improve blood circulation.
Kinetic visual field measuring device
Measures the overall field of vision (testing available only with appointment).
Hand-held slit lamp
Used for examining small children and for house calls.
Eye strain measurement
Corneal shape analyzer
Measure corneal strain
Ultra-wide-angle scanning laser ophthalmoscope
A wide range of fundus photography is possible
Spot vision screener
Refraction inspection is possible from infants
Other equipment and materials include Ishihara color perception test plates, Panel D-15 test, etc.