Device Technologies has introduced a new Topcon binocular refraction system to the Australian market, combining autorefraction, keratometry and subjective refraction in a single device. Read more
Topcon Healthcare’s latest instrument for eye health practices wanting to strengthen their myopia and dry eye services is now available in Australia. Read more
Glaukos has unveiled a new single-use surgical gonioscopy lens that is said to provide exceptional clarity with expanded views of angle structures. Read more
Optos has incorporated new hardware and software technology into its California ultra-widefield imaging (UWF) device, enabling practitioners to see and treat a greater range of ocular pathology. Read more
Hoya’s new myopia control lens and Topcon’s Myah instrument for myopia and dry eye management have taken out their respective categories in the regarded Silmo d’Or Awards. Read more
UK-trained ophthalmologist DR OLIVER COMYN made it a priority to install a state-of-the-art imaging device when he joined a well-known private hospital in New Zealand as its sole retinal specialist. Now that piece of equipment has become an essential part of the clinic.
Topcon Healthcare has secured the number one position in the global optical coherence tomography (OCT) market, according to a major analysis of diagnostic ophthalmic devices. Read more
Few technologies have had such a swift and profound impact on eyecare as much as optical coherence tomography. Insight takes a deep dive into the evolution of OCT and the bearing this may have on future models. Read more
More presbyopic patients are seeking a safe, effective and affordable surgical solution to break free from their spectacles. Ophthalmologist DR ANTON VAN HEERDEN discusses his early experience with a laser blended vision procedure in his new Melbourne clinic. Read more
Multinational ophthalmic device company Topcon has expanded its footprint in Australia with the introduction of a business segment overseeing the roll out of a new software platform that connects all ophthalmic imaging devices regardless of the manufacturer.