An Optomap retinal exam takes a quick, safe and non-invasive digital record of the condition of your retina to check that your eyes are healthy.
Why have an Optomap retinal scan?
Regular vision tests allow us to check the front of your eyes in case a change is needed in your contact lens or spectacle prescription. However, we also need to check the back of your eyes (the retina) to ensure it‘s healthy.
Eye problems can develop long before the symptoms can be seen or felt. Many eye diseases, if detected at an early stage, can be treated successfully without total loss of vision.
The Optomap retinal examination is digital and it gives us a permanent record of the condition of your retina. This is very important in helping us to detect and measure changes to your retina next time you attend.
Millions of people worldwide have benefited from an Optomap retinal examination; a new standard in healthcare for adults and children.
What are the benefits of a retinal exam?
Does an Optomap exam hurt?
The Optomap retinal examination is an ultra-widefield, which means that more of the retina can be seen at one time and its fast and the process is completed in a quarter of a second.
Nothing touches your eye at any time during the process and as no drops are needed you can resume normal activities immediately.
Our commitment to eye health
At Brosgill Opticians we are committed to the highest standard of eye care and as such, we invest in new technology so we can offer you the most advanced eye exam available. We believe it’s important that everyone has a regular Optomp retinal examination to ensure your overall wellbeing and to give you peace of mind.
Signs of other diseases that affect not just your eyes can also be detected. These include hypertension, heart disease, cancer and diabetes.