Your Vision, Captured in Clarity, OPTOMAP!
Optos Optomap is a groundbreaking and advanced technology that has revolutionized the way eye care professionals assess and monitor retinal health. This state-of-the-art device captures ultra-widefield digital retinal images, providing an unprecedented view of the retina and its surrounding structures. Unlike traditional eye exams that only capture a small portion of the retina, Optomap offers a panoramic and high-resolution image, allowing optometrists to examine up to 200 degrees of the retina in a single capture.
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Optomap is a vital tool for record-keeping and monitoring. The detailed images serve as a baseline for future visits, allowing eye doctors to track changes in the retina over time and tailor treatment plans accordingly.
Optos Optomap provides unrivaled benefits in the field of eye care. This technology is transforming the way optometrists care for their patient’s eye health, from its comprehensive assessment capabilities and early detection of eye conditions to its quick and comfortable procedure. We are proud to offer this cutting-edge technology at Eyes on 45th Optometrist as part of our commitment to providing the highest standard of vision care to our valued patients, for more information optos.com.
Benefits of Optomap!
The strength of Optos Optomap is its ability to provide a thorough and detailed assessment of eye health. With such a broad view of the retina, eye care professionals can detect and diagnose a variety of eye conditions in their early stages, even before symptoms appear. For conditions such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and age-related macular degeneration, early detection is critical because prompt intervention can prevent or slow the progression of these diseases, preserving vision.
The Optomap imaging process is quick and painless, as it does not require pupil dilation, which can cause discomfort and light sensitivity. Patients only need to look into the Optomap device for the capture to be completed in seconds. This non-invasive procedure is especially beneficial for children who may struggle with dilation.