Optomap is a digital retinal scanner, not to be confused with cameras, which takes and stores images of the up to 85% of the retina. It is comfortable, painless, noninvasive process that takes a fraction of a second taking a scan of the inside of the eye.
Regular eye exams contribute to overall health and wellbeing
Modern technology makes a real difference
Eye sight is precious… so why does conventional eye examination techniques enable a clinician to see only 20 to 25 per cent of the retina?
These eye exams are sometimes uncomfortable especially for young and older patients.
The Eye Place uses the very latest in eye testing technology. The Optomap examines up to 80% of the retina in a comfortable, painless, non-invasive process that takes a fraction of a second taking producing a detailed image of the back of the eye.
So why choose an Optomap eye exam?
Optomap is a complete package in terms of eyecare and is an important tool for the screening and diagnosis of a whole range eye problems. It can also indicate evidence of non-eye diseases, such as diabetes, hypertension and certain cancers. An image is taken of your retina which you are able to view instantly and from which we can determine the best course of action. If you look after your eyes, your eyes will look after you. This is fact. So we thought – why not take this to another level?
Why choose The Eye Place?
High performance technology is standard in The Eye Place. We have invested in state of the art equipment including the Optomap to ensure the pinnacle of modern eyecare is reached. This technology is so advanced it’s not even in most hospitals. Optomap is a digital retinal camera, which takes and stores pictures of the whole of the back of the eye.