Corneal Topography

Corneal topography measures the strength your cornea has point by point, by which we can follow its evolution and adapt special lenses that require precise and exact data.

It is a computerised diagnostic tool that creates a three dimensional map of the curved area of the eye. The cornea is the transparent outer layer of the eye that is curved and whose size is similar to the diameter of the Iris (coloured part of the eye).

The great advantage of a corneal topography above other methods is the ease that we can detect invisible corneal irregularities beyond the majority of conventional exams.