About optometry

We offer you a professional optometry based on state-of-the-art technology. If any abnormalities are identified during our extensive measurements and photographs of the eyes, we refer our customers to an ophthalmologist!

Working closely with our customers, we analyze their visual requirements. The results of this analysis provide a key basis for selecting the optimal eyeglass lenses. These results are already taken into consideration in subsequent measurements.

Computer-based measurement of the refraction of your eyes. This is where tendencies towards lens diopter change and optical errors of a higher order can be determined with a small pupil opening.

Computer-based measurement of the refraction values of your eyes with large pupil dilation. This measurement identifies possible changes in lens diopters at dusk and at night. Optical errors of a higher order may cause variances from the refraction values during daytime (small pupil). This is important for drivers who are frequently on the road at night and at dusk.

This measurement is performed without touching the eye while at the same time measuring the corneal thickness (pachymetry) and iridocorneal angle (anterior eye). It is thus considered a prevention test for determining the probability of glaucoma.

Wavefront technology is used to display the quality of the transparency of the eye, especially the front section of the eye, including the eye lens. This measurement can be used for early detection of lens opacity (cataracts).

3D experience refraction is a refraction system that enables complete monocular refraction under binocular conditions. During complete refraction, the customer sees images separated by circular polarization for the right and left eye. A high-resolution 3D monitor is used to display optical test objects. 3D refraction is a technical innovation for the determination of eyeglasses in unprecedented quality and can lead to excellent refraction results.

Special test figures are used to test and, if necessary, correct the coordination of both eyes up to and including the testing of stereoscopic vision. Uncorrected associated heterophoria can also be the cause of various complaints outside the visual apparatus (e.g. headaches, burning eyes, fatigue, stomach complaints, …).

Visual signs are displayed in finer increments of light versus dark and tested in terms of whether contrast sensitivity can be improved by optical means. Better contrast sensitivity offers greater safety in road traffic, especially at night and at dusk.

Near vision is also checked in 3D and corrected according to the individual requirements and visual tasks of the customer.

Using a laser camera (scanning laser ophthalmoscopy – SLO technology), images of the back of the eye (retina) are taken of both eyes. The images can then be viewed and analyzed immediately.

The MPS II offers an established screening method for the quantitative measurement of macular pigment density. In concrete terms, the natural protective function of the eye is measured, i.e. how much harmful blue light we are exposed to every day is actually absorbed by the eye. This allows a risk factor for developing AMD to be determined before the first symptoms even appear. Yet the individual visual functions also depend on a sufficient macular pigment. A measurement is recommended for the following groups: Users of smartphones, computers or tablets (professional or private, e.g. video games), athletes with a high need for precise vision, car drivers who travel a lot or especially at night, people with light eyes, people with an increased risk of AMD