Diagnostic testing

We offer comprehensive on-site diagnostic testing including:



This test measures various structures within the eye, which allows the doctor to pick the correct lens power when you are having cataract surgery.

This is an ultrasound test that offers a two-dimensional view of the eye, as well as the orbit (cavity of the skull where the eye is situated). This test provides a detailed view of the inside of your eye for the doctor.

Looks at the front part of your eye, which can be impacted by a variety of conditions, including glaucoma. The anterior segment imaging evaluates the depth and shape of your anterior chamber, the drainage system, and the lens or intraocular lens position.

A noninvasive test that also looks at your retina and optic nerve. This test helps view the health of your eyes in great detail in order to monitor diseases such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.

This is a noninvasive computer-assisted diagnostic tool that creates a three-dimensional map of the surface of the cornea. It helps to diagnose, monitor, and treat various corneal conditions. This test is also beneficial for patients having cataract or refractive surgery.

This test measures the response of various cell types in the retina, including the rods (responsible for vision in dim lighting), and cones (responsible for colour vision). This test is very useful in diagnosing a variety of retinal diseases, including genetic disease. Kensington is the only eye clinic that offers this test in Toronto.

This test takes a photo of the back the eye (retina) which is used to follow and diagnose diseases of the back of the eye. Blood vessels are also observed through this picture, and the health of the blood vessels in your eye can be very telling of the health of your blood vessels in the rest of your body.

This is the latest technology that provides the most accurate measurement of the length of the eye, and other structures, that help in determining the lens power for cataract surgery.

This test measures your central, and peripheral (side) vision. This test is analyzed by the doctor to diagnose/monitor conditions affecting vision loss. It’s a great tool for following glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmic conditions, as well as screening for toxicity from medications. 

This noninvasive test views the retina, optic nerve, and anterior segment of the eye. It can take both two-dimensional and three-dimensional images, which allows the doctor to view different layers of the retina. Doctors are also able to measure the thickness of retina with this test. The Spectralis is often used for research.

This is a noninvasive test that allows the doctor to analyze the size, shape and population of the endothelium (back layer of the cornea).

This test is an ultrasound that looks at the anterior segment (front) of the eye. The UBM is able to visualize structures behind the iris (coloured part of the eye).