Digital retinal imaging – OCT
In order to provide the very best in clinical eye care, Eyesey Eyecare have the latest eye-imaging technology in the form of an ocular coherence tomography scanner – or OCT.
The OCT is a specialist camera that allows us to take detailed, high resolution sectional pictures of the front and back of the eye – including the retina, and combines the images to create a 3D picture of it.
Many eye conditions do not have obvious symptoms and OCT imaging allows for a comprehensive examination of the anatomy and physiology and general health of your eyes.
The detailed high resolution images allow the identification of eye conditions and is used for the management of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration and other retinal disease, retina assessment for cataract surgery and for assessment and management of corneal disease.
The images and photos of your eyes are kept on file and compared regularly to track and monitor any changes in the health of your eyes.
We advise regular imaging as part of your comprehensive eye examination, for early detection and prevention of significant eye and vision related pathologies.
Regular imaging at each eye examination, gives you peace of mind that your eyes are healthy and where there are concerns, we can characterize and examine your condition more completely and easily.
OCT is completely safe and non-invasive. It is suitable for children and recommended annually for those who:
- Are over 40
- Have high blood pressure
- Have glaucoma
- Have macular degeneration
- Have other identified eye conditions
Please call: 020 8429 0101 for more information or to make an appointment.
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