In this section, with the use of advanced facilities and equipment, it is possible to provide a very accurate and complete evaluation of the anterior segment of the eye. Some of these evaluations include:
•Orbscan and Pentacam: This device defines the topography of the cornea, the overall structure of the cornea, including its surface strength, thickness, and posterior shape. This technique is one of the techniques that can evaluate the posterior part of the cornea.
•Pachymetry: Pachymetry is a method of measuring corneal thickness using ultrasound. A clean meter is a basic procedure before performing refractive surgeries such as LASIK because such surgeries remove part of the corneal tissue.
• Topography: In this method, by sending light rings to the corneal surface and then receiving the reflection of these rings and analyzing the received information and surveying the topographic map, any disorder in the cornea such as keratoconus (KCN), scarring in the cornea and also determined corneal curvature. This procedure is a prime measure for people who want to undergo refractive surgery like LASIK. Postoperative follow-up may also be required in some people.