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Clarity Vision: A Modern Approach to NC Eye Care Services in Apex, Clayton, Smithfield, Williamston & Beyond

If you’re looking for a fresh, modern take on eye care, you’ve come to the right place.

Clarity Vision’s team of optometrists uses a level of vision technology that is unmatched in North Carolina. Whether it’s to give you a more comprehensive eye exam or diagnose a serious vision problem, we use the latest in eye care technologies to provide you with effective eye care solutions.

North Carolina’s Best in Vision Technology

We offer North Carolina vision technology services including:

  • Phoropter –– The phoropter uses hundreds of different lens combinations to test your eyesight and determine your prescription.
  • Tonometers –– This device allows your optometrist to gauge the pressure of your eyes and evaluate if you’re at risk for glaucoma.
  • Digital Anterior Segment Camera –– This camera takes pictures of the outside and inside of your eye.
  • Digital Fundus Camera –– This device quickly captures an image of the retina and outer parts of your eye.
  • Digital Lensometer –– The lensometer helps us confirm your glasses and contact prescription and help them fit perfectly.
  • Digital Pachymeter –– Your Clarity Vision optometrist will use this tool to measure your corneal thickness, gauge your risk of developing glaucoma, and to see if you’re a good candidate for a corrective procedure.
  • Computer Field Analyzer –– This tool analyzes your field of vision and helps to detect glaucoma and other vision problems.
  • Slit Lamp Biomicroscope –– This system is used during an eye exam to help the eye doctor see all areas of the front of your eyes, including the retina and optic nerve.
  • Ocular Coherence Tomography ––Through this method, our doctors use a laser to scan your retina and give a more in-depth evaluation of diseases, such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetes.
  • Corneal Topography –– We use this to map the surface and curvature of the cornea to gauge your corneal health and help your contact lenses fit better.
  • Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope –– Like binoculars, this tool gives your optometrist a clear look into and around your eyes.

To experience our premier vision technologies, call a Clarity Vision office or fill out our online contact form.

Clarity Vision provides North Carolina eye care patients the latest in vision technology to quickly diagnose eye problems and treat vision needs in Apex, Smithfield, Clayton, Williamston, NC and beyond.