An optomap image captures up to 200°, or 82% of the retina in one fast, painless image, with little or no face-to-face interaction. The image is highly detailed and allows the eye care professional the best view for identifying diseases and other issues that may arise in your child’s eyes. Set your child up for success this school year by scheduling a comprehensive eye exam with optomap!
Over the past thirty years, Optos ultra-widefield retinal imaging technology has been used to image hundreds of millions of individuals in order to assist in the detection of retinal detachment, and other vision and life-threatening diseases. One of the most recent cases that was presented to highlight the technology was of outer retinal folds in a Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, provided by Steven M. Bloom, MD of Bennett & Bloom Eye Centers.