We use drops to dilate the pupil to allow Dr. Kvitle to diagnosis more accurately problems of the eye that may otherwise go undetected. When your eyes are dilated the pupil cannot constrict when lights are shined into the back of the eye allowing a full view of the inside parts of the eye.
Family EyeCare and Contact Lens Center now offers highly advanced technology to diagnose a wide range of eye care symptoms. Dr. Kvitle uses an innovative scanning system called Stratus OCTTM to produce highly detailed images of the retina, inside lining of the back of the eye. Stratus OCT is the first and only instrument that can "see" below the surface of the retina to examine the retinal layers.
OCT enables Dr. Kvitle to clearly see the internal structures of the eye, so problems can be identified and treated in the best way possible. This is a powerful tool that helps to protect vision.
The breakthrough images of Stratus OCT provide detailed, x-ray-like images of structures affected by glaucoma and other abnormalities of the retina, including detached retina, diabetes, macular holes, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and pre/post cataract macula assessment. It is also safe and requires no needles or shots and takes only minutes to perform.
Dr. Kirk Kvitle, O.D. and the entire staff of Family Eye Care & Contact Lens Center of Quincy are pleased to offer state of the art digital eye examination using the Epic 2100. The Epic 2100 is a faster and more accurate method of performing eye exams. Because of it's speed and superior performance, Dr. Kvitle can spend more time discussing your vision care needs and goals. The Epic 2100 allows us to perform accurate and precise eye glass prescriptions in less than half of the time of the conventional method. Epic 2100 is state of the art, 21st century technology using three separate computers that are integrated to work together. State of the art technology...just one more way Family Eye Care of Quincy is committed to you and your family's total eye health and vision wellness.