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Jun 26, 2009 - PixelOptics atLast Lenses

Adler Eye Associates is proud to be the first optometric practice in Chapel Hill to offer the PixelOptics atLast! multifocal lenses. atLast! is not a progressive lens or a blended bifocal. It’s an entirely new type of lens made with composite lens design technology to provide wide, clear, continuous vision from close-up to five feet away, with a soft power jump when transitioning from distance to far-intermediate viewing. Learn more...

Apr 10, 2009 - iZon Z-View Abberometer Installed

The Opthtonix Z-View Aberrometer is the world's only binocular wavefront aberrometer. In less than a minute, this instrument quickly and accurately scans the cornea and produces a highly accurate iPrint™ of the eye, which can then be used to build a custom iZon High-Resolution Eyeglass Lenses for the patient. Learn More...

Apr 7, 2009 - Glaucoma Clinical Study

Dr. Prajapati is looking for patients with Glaucoma to participate in a clinical study sponsored by Duke University. This two year research study is being conducted by Duke University and sponsored by the National Eye Institute to help expand quality care for Glaucoma through a Provider-Patient Partnership. If you would like more information and participate in this study, please call or email Dr. Hiten Prajapati at 919-929-7111.

Nov 13, 2008 - Optomap P200c Installed

The Optomap P200C is the latest retinal exam imaging instrument from Optos. This machine generates a very high resolution large wide angle view of the retinal area (about 200 degrees). This eliminates the need for dilation and provides a baseline image record that is used to detect and track retinal eye problems. Your optometrists can also use images from previous exams as part of your medical record to monitor your eye health. Learn more...

Mar 10, 2008 - Medmont Topographer Installed

The Medmont Topographer is an imaging instrument that generates a 3-D topographical map of the patient's eye enabling our doctors to see minute corneal irregularities. This corneal topographic information has several optometric applications. Learn More...