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The Optomap Advantage

Traditional Retinal Exam

The View

Traditional eye exams only allow your eye doctor to see about 15% of your retina at once. That makes it difficult to view your entire retina and there is a greater chance that your doctor could miss things in the periphery.

Year-Over-Year Comparisons

Many traditional eye exams don’t provide savable, photographic images, so detailed year-over-year comparisons aren’t usually available for eye specialists to review.

Analysis

Many traditional eye exam methods can be long and uncomfortable, especially for young children. This can make it difficult for your eye doctor to get a clear view of their eyes during the child’s eye exam in order to do a complete analysis.

optomap Retinal Exam

The View

An optomap shows eye doctors 82% of the retina at once. Clinical data suggests that the view makes it easier to clearly see any problems or changes-which is key to monitoring disease progression.

Year-Over-Year Comparisons

Your optomap is available, whenever you or an eye specialist needs it. It provides a baseline comparison of potential changes year-over-year.

Analysis

Taking an optomap image is painless and takes less than a second. After the optomap, you can sit back while your doctor shows you the images and examines them for potential problems.

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Clinical data suggests eye doctors whose eye exams include the optomap may improve their ability to detect eye problems. That's the optomap advantage. See for yourself…