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AdaptDx has really helped me care for my patients. It has helped me find macular degeneration a lot earlier and be able to proactively treat my patients.

Laurie Sorrenson, OD, FAAO Laurie Sorrenson, OD, FAAO View all testimonials

For Practices

Subclinical AMD Detection

Research reveals that Dark Adaptation™ is the earliest warning sign of AMD. Diagnosis at the subclinical level is the best chance to preserve vision.

For Patients

Protect Your Eyesight

Talking to your eye doctor about night blindness problems may help detect macular degeneration early enough to delay or prevent blindness.

Prevent Blindness Caused by AMD

With the AdaptDx®, you will be able to detect AMD at subclinical stage and manage this chronic progressive disease to prevent unnecessary vision loss.

Outside of the lane, there are four essential tests that I couldn’t practice without: OCT, fundus camera, visual field, and the AdaptDx.

Glen Corbin, OD Glenn S. Corbin, OD View all testimonials

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Article: December 30, 2020 | Review of Optometric Business

Treatment Plan & Technology Investment Generating More than $65,000 Annually

Victoria Dzurinko, OD, MBA, FAAO, discusses the opportunity available to improve both patient outcomes and practice bottom lines by integrating dark adaptation testing in the identification and management of AMD.

Article: December 2020 | Review of Optometric Business

“Go Big or Go Home” When Investing in Advanced Instrumentation

Due to the impact of AMD on several of his family members, Gary Kirman, OD (of Kirman Eye), has been a staunch advocate of dark adaptation testing as standard of care in eye care practices.

Article: December 15, 2020 | Women in Optometry

Welcome Back: Managing AMD After A Lapse In Care During a Pandemic

Many older eye care patients elected to defer their visits during the COVID-19 pandemic. That's why Dr. Amanda Legge is using educational and cutting-edge technology, like the AdaptDx Pro, to put their minds at ease.