Zeiss Visucam 500 Fundus Camera:

Retinal imaging system for photography and angiography (study of the blood vessels and other structures) of the back of the eye (retina and choroid). This imaging provides valuable information about the retina, especially the macula, in a range of conditions – especially macular degeneration and
diabetic retinal disease.

Heidelberg HRA Fundus Imaging:

Retinal imaging system for specialised photography, in particular autofluorescence imaging and ICG angiography. This gives additional information about the structures at the back of the eye in a wide range of conditions.

Zeiss Cirrus and Heidelberg Spectralis OCT:

These are the latest model optical coherence tomography scanners for assessment of macular conditions and glaucoma. In addition, the Heidelberg Spectralis has an anterior segment module that permits imaging of the front part of the eye, enabling surgeons to visualise parts of the eye that could not otherwise be seen.

Oculus Pentacam:

This is an optical scanner of the corneal surface, enabling surgeons to diagnose keratoconus and other corneal disorders. It is extremely useful to provide care after a patient has undergone corneal transplantation.

Nidek Confoscan:

This is a high-magnification microscope for the live cornea, enabling surgeons to see individual infection-causing
microorganisms, and also to assess the health of the deeper layers of the cornea.

Nidek OPD3 Aberrometer:

This instrument measures the finer optical abnormalities of the eye, helping surgeons determine why some patients do not have adequate vision. Leica Operating Microscope: This instrument is used for in-clinic minor corneal procedures, which may avoid sending the patient to the operating theatre.