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Our state of the art on-site technology allows us to provide customers with high quality prescription eyewear, using innovative imaging, testing and edging machines. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide leading eye and vision care with the most up-to-date technology at our optometry clinic located in Burlington.

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At Eyeglass Gallery, we understand that exceptional service requires exceptional tools. We use the most advanced equipment to provide on-site edging, decreasing turnaround time, and ensuring you receive your eyewear quickly.

How does it work?

Our computerized and automated edging system and in-house optical lab allow for lenses to be made efficiently.

Clients who need their orders expedited can count on our combination of equipment and expertise to get the job done quickly and correctly.

Eyeglass Gallery does Optical Coherence Tomography with the Topcon Maestro 2 OCT Machine
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Optical coherence tomography is a noninvasive imaging test used to take high-resolution, cross-sectional images of the retina.


The retina has many distinctive layers that can be measured and evaluated with the images produced from OCT imaging. With the close-up view available in the images, we can differentiate the layers in the retina which can detect and diagnose many different retinal diseases and conditions. 

OCT uses rays of light to measure retinal thickness. No x-rays or radiation is used in this test, making it a non-invasive, comfortable test for patients to receive.

Our Topcon Maestro 2 OCT allows us to conduct this imaging and testing on-site within minutes.

Eyeglass Gallery uses innovative Heidelberg Edge Perimeter (HEP) technology for Visual Field Testing

visual field test is used to measure your entire scope of vision, including your central and peripheral (side) vision. Typically, we use visual field tests to measure how much each eye can see individually and if any blind spots are present, alongside any subtle areas of vision loss.

Visual field testing is also helpful for detecting signs of glaucoma, which can damage the optic nerve. The test can also pinpoint signs of central or peripheral retinal diseases, eyelid conditions, and conditions affecting the visual pathways from the optic nerve to the brain.

The test involves having you sit at a machine and stare at a specific point. While focusing on the point, flickers of light will appear across your field of vision. Every time you see a flicker, we will have you click a button. The test is quick, easy, and completely painless.

We have an innovative Heidelberg Edge Perimeter (HEP) visual field testing machine on-site to conduct this test in minutes.


Digital retinal photography allows us to detect, diagnose, and monitor eye diseases with precision and accuracy. The imaging technology takes a digital photo of the back of your eye, showing the retina, optic disc, and blood vessels.


A close look at these internal functions of your eye ensures we have the information necessary to pinpoint early signs of disease.

Retinal imaging is a non-invasive process that should not take longer than 5 minutes. However, we may need to dilate your pupils, taking up to 20 minutes to take effect. Once your pupils are dilated, it will scan your eyes briefly to create images, which are then uploaded to your doctor’s computer to view.


After the test, your vision may be blurry for a few hours. However, the images will be ready to view right away, and your optometrist will discuss the findings with you before you leave.



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