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Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) uses tuned light to give us a detailed 3D view of your retina. The retina is the mostly transparent layer at the back of the eye that captures the image we see. 


OCT Scanning can detect early signs of eye health concerns earlier than other diagnostic equipment and this enables us to make better referrals with the information the OCT gives us. There are many conditions that OCT can investigate including diabetes, macular degeneration and glaucoma.

What Are The Benefits of Optomap?


Like OCT, our Optomap equipment lets us take closer look at your retina.


Optomap differs from OCT and other equipment in that it allows us to see a wide angle view of your retina so we can conduct a better assessment of your eye health.

Enhanced Eye Exam - OCT & Optomap together


Available as part of our Enhanced Eye Examination, OCT and Optomap imaging come together create a detailed view of your retina. We can also keep these images on file to spot changes over time.

Both OCT and Optomap are quick to conduct and they are non-invasive so nothing will touch your eye. If you have any questions about out OCT and Optomap, please get in touch.

For more information about our eye examination options and pricing, please visit our Eye Exam page.

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