Norwich Ophthalmology Group continues to embrace the latest in surgical skills and technology as envisioned by its founders more than 30 years ago.
Our offices are equipped with the latest in technology to provide a wide array of services, such as computerized corneal mapping systems for cataract, glaucoma and vision correction surgery, specialized diagnostic and measurement devices, in-office lasers for treating a variety of conditions including diabetes, macular degeneration and glaucoma, and specialized testing for macular degeneration, diabetes and other ocular diseases.
As the Laser Surgery specialists, we utilize cutting-edge lasers and surgical techniques to provide you with the best possible visual results. In fact, we have five different types of lasers in our offices alone! Norwich Ophthalmology Group stays at the cutting edge by committing to new technology that is proven to be the best and safest alternative. We perform only those procedures that have shown high levels of success by using the most advanced technology available while exposing patients to the lowest possible risk.
Allegretto Wavelight LaserALLEGRETTO WAVE’s revolutionary approach to laser vision correction minimizes problems associated with older generation lasers, such as night vision reduction, glare, and halos. The success of the ALLEGRETTO WAVE can be directly measured by our patients’ remarkable improvement in visual acuity and low occurrence of side effects. Smart energy control and eye tracking technology combine to provide an ultra-fast solution to laser vision correction. Innovative and redundant safeguards make ALLEGRETTO WAVE a leader in the field. Visit the Allegretto Wave mini-site to learn more. Back to Top
Argon Laser Trabeculoplasty (ALT)
An argon laser can be used to widen the openings in the drainage system, thereby lowering the pressure. This medical laser treatment called Argon laser traceuloplasty, is normally safe, painless, quick and is performed in our office. The Argon laser is also used extensively in the treatment of detrimental changes in the retina (the film of the eye) secondary to diabetes. This often labeled as Focal coagulation for CSME and Pan-retinal photocoagulation for Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy. For more information, click here for more informationBack to Top