Your visit at Milton Vision & Sports Vision Training Centre
At Milton Vision & Sports Vision Training Centre, we are committed to providing our patients with a truly unique experience that you will not find anywhere else in Milton using the most advanced technology and equipment available
We use the following technology to help us provide you with the most advanced care possible:
Auto-Refractor & Auto-Keratometer
Provides our doctors with a starting point for determining your prescription and evaluates the curvature of the central zone of your cornea to check for irregularities that might impact your vision
Computerized Eye Tracking
We use digital eye tracking technology to determine how efficiently our patient’s eyes work individually and together. This allows us to detect imbalances in the visual system that can lead to difficulties in learning for children as well as in processing information at all ages. The technology also allows us to map eye movements so that we can see how a patient’s eyes are moving while reading and scanning objects in space and has training modules that help our patients develop more accurate and efficient eye movements.
Automated Pupil Size Measurement
Helps our doctors determine what types of lenses, filters and procedures are best-suited for your eyes
We map the corneas of all our contact lens wearers to help us ensure the best fit possible. Topography is used in our specialty contact lens clinic and our myopia control clinic to ensure the best results possible and it is also used to detect conditions such as Keratoconus and Pellucid Marginal Degeneration as well as swelling from contact lens-related problems
Meibomian Gland Imaging
As part of our dry eye evaluation we map the oil glands in our patients’ eyelids to determine whether they are healthy and functioning properly
Tear Film Imaging
As part of our dry eye evaluation we video map the tear film of our patients and evaporation patterns help our doctors recommend the best therapy for your eyes
Anterior Segment Photography
We take pictures of the front of our patient’s eyes to accurately track their eye health and to monitor irregularities on the surface of the eyes and lids
Digital Retinal Photography
We take pictures of the retina (located on the inside of our eyes at the back of the eye) to help us diagnose and track retinal conditions for change
3-D OCT Retinal Imaging
We take three-dimensional images of the retinas and optic nerves of our patients to help provide the earliest possible detection of conditions like Glaucoma and Age-Related Macular Degeneration
3-D Anterior Segment Imaging
We take three-dimensional images of the structures in the front third of the eye to pick up earlier signs of narrow-angle glaucoma, detect swelling and irregularities in the cornea and to make sure we have the best fit possible for custom contact lenses
Computerized Visual Field Testing
We use visual field testing to detect problems along the visual pathway in the brain as well as for detection and monitoring of problems in the eye such as glaucoma and retinal disease and is also used for driver’s license certification. Our advanced visual field instrument is designed to gather information more quickly, accurately and efficiently.
Computerized athlete performance analysis
We use computerized analysis to compare our athletes' visual, mental and hand-eye performance to other athletes playing the same sport, at the same level, and at the same position. This allows athletes to see EXACTLY how they stack up against their peers, and our therapists use this technology to develop the best customized training plan that will help athletes maximize their performance.
Digital Lens Mapping
Computerized lens mapping allows us to check every pair of glasses for unwanted distortion and aberration. Every pair of glasses ordered through Milton Vision & Sports Vision Training Centre is evaluated using this technology prior to dispense to ensure your prescription lenses are made accurately so that you can enjoy the best vision possible.