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The Optomap is currently required during this time. It is being offered at a discounted rate for 2020. Pricing will be discussed at the time of your appointment.

The Optomap is an imaging system that will take a picture of your retina, the back of your eye. It is one of the many ways we will be practicing social distancing during your eye exam. The image will give the doctor a 200 degree view of your retina in comparison to dilation which gives a 30 degree view. The Optomap offers the opportunity for the doctor to confirm your retinal health or discover signs of abnormalities or disease. You Optomap image will be compared side by side yearly to discover even the slightest change and monitor your continuing eye health. The Optomap system will help the doctor look at the health of your eye from a safe distance while still ensuring that you have a complete comprehensive and thorough eye exam.



What disease can the Optomap help detect?

  • Cancer
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Retinal Detachment
  • Glaucoma
  • Diabetic Retinopathy