Indirect Ophthalmoscope

Indirect OphthalmoscopeSometimes the doctor uses an instrument called an indirect ophthalmoscope, in which a binocular device is placed on the doctor’s head and a handheld lens is used in front of your eye to focus the image inside the eye. This method gives a three-dimensional view, allowing a better view of objects that have depth, including a detached retina or a swollen optic disk. It also allows a brighter light source to be used, which is important if the interior of the eye is cloudy, for instance due to infection or cataract. The indirect ophthalmoscope also allows a much wider field of view than a regular ophthalmoscope, so that the doctor can examine more of the retina at once.

Schedule an Appointment

Fill out the form below to contact us about a free consultation. One of our representative will contact you shortly to schedule an appointment.

Join our Newsletter

Be the first to know about our special promotions.

COVID-19 Update

Neovision Eye Center is now booking limited appointments for both Eye Care and the Optical Center.

Please call us at (510) 431-551 to reschedule your missed appointments or to schedule any treatment that has been delayed due to the mandatory shelter-in-place.

Temporary Clinic Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed 

 To cancel an appointment please provide at least 48-hour (2 days) advanced notice so we can contact other patients waiting for an appointment.  

We have updated our Safety Protocols for NeoVision Staff and Patients During COVID-19

Union City