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ENSURE YOU GET THE MOST THOROUGH EYE- CHECK WITH OUR NEW CALIFORNIA OPTOMAP RETINAL EXAM
As part of our exceptional service and care, the team at F G Brown & Associates offer a specialist Optomap Retinal Scan which is one of the best ways to ensure a complete health-check of the retina. Find out more about this exam now or book your appointment with us today.
WHAT IS AN OPTOMAP RETINAL EXAM?
The Optomap produces an image that is unique and provides us with a high-resolution 200 degrees image to check the health of the retina, including the extreme periphery. This ultra-wide view allows us to confidently confirm your retinal health, or to confidently discover signs of systemic disease such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and cancer, as well as eye specific diseases such as retinal detachments, glaucoma and macular degeneration to name a few.
AN ULTRA-WIDE DIGITAL SCAN
FOR YOUR EYE, WITH THOROUGH DATA COLLECTION
The optomap ultra-wide digital retinal scan captures more than 80% of the retina in one image. Traditional methods reveal only 10-12% of the retina at one time, and even the traditional retinal photography will only reveal 15%.
This allows us to view areas of the retina we've never been able to see before. As such, we can pick up problems earlier, before they become a problem and before they start to affect the vision. In addition, it means that there is a digital record of your eyes which can be compared for changes over time.
AN OPTOMAP RETINAL TEST?
An optomap scan takes just minutes to perform and is completely painless and is easy to perform. By simply looking into the optomap device one eye at a time, a digital scan of your retina is taken and the images are shown immediately on a computer screen for us to be able to review it with you. The entire image process requires no contact and no drops to be instilled in your eyes.
F G Brown recommends the optomap retinal scan on everyone, as it is the only method by which we can truly check the health of the retina.