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Ultra Wide Digital
OPTOS DAYTONA ULTRA WIDE
SCANNER EXCLUSIVE TO OPSM
There’s nothing more important to us than the health of your eyes. That’s why we’ve invested in Ultra Wide Digital Retinal Scanners to assist with the early detection of optical and in some cases general health issues that relate to retinal changes.
How does an Ultra Wide Digital Retinal Scan work?
Exclusive to OPSM, the Optos Daytona Ultra Wide Scanner has a huge 200 degree range within a single scan, that is four times more than a Digital Retinal Scanner. The examinations are just as easy and fast, and you will not need eye drops in most cases.
Digital Retinal Scans can help optometrists detect eye diseases and
some general health conditions related to retinal changes
What we’re checking for
An Ultra Wide Digital Retinal Scan captures an extraordinarily detailed image of your retina, covering more than 80% of its area. If this delicate lining at the back of your eye is damaged, it may affect your vision. An Ultra Wide Digital Retinal Scan helps us identify these issues and also reveals any blood vessel abnormalities that could be the early signs of disease.
When should I have an Ultra Wide Digital Retinal Scan?
We recommend having an eye scan at least every two years with your eye test. But if you’re over 40 years of age or are experiencing any symptoms, a yearly scan is better.
This scan is perfect if you are at risk of a retinal detachment or tear. It can also pick up ‘moles’ on your retina. Just like any other moles on your body, these need to be monitored and checked regularly to make sure there are no changes.
If you’re not sure if this is the scan for you, call us or visit one of our 370 OPSM stores and we’ll help you make the right choice. OPSM currently has Ultra Wide Digital Retinal Scanners in over 160 stores. Find your nearest OPSM Store.