At 20/20 Image Eye Centers, we want to be sure you are getting a good look at the world around you. We offer comprehensive, personalized eye examinations that use the latest diagnostic technology to identify and assess any vision issues as early as possible. An eye exam is a great way to understand the current health of your eyes, identify potential problems, and prepare a treatment regimen.
We provide digital eye exams using OPTOMAP Technology.
What Is OPTOMAP Technology?
Optomap is an advanced imaging system for taking a wide-field map image of your retina. It captures up to 80% of your retina in just 1 image where other older systems capture only 15% in one snapshot. It’s FAST, PAINLESS, and Comfortable! NOTHING touches your eyes! You simply look into the device like a keyhole with one eye at a time, while our highly experienced Optometrists view the images and provide any insights. The capture of the images only takes a second, and the images are then immediately ready for review! Dilation for most is not needed, but in some cases it is. The experience with Optomap is usually excellent because it is fast, easy for our patients, and gives us a deeper look into your retina.
Laser Scanning Tests for Glaucoma
Did you know that at least 2-3 million people in the United States have glaucoma, and half of them are not aware of it? Did you know that glaucoma is a significant cause of blindness in the United States? Each of our offices is equipped with state-of-the-art laser scanning devices that can detect glaucoma as early as 4-6 years ahead of other technologies. The screening is non-intrusive, takes only minutes, and produces no discomfort.
Our eye exams include screening for the following eye health problems:
- Nearsightedness (myopia)
- Farsightedness (hyperopia)
- Age-related near vision loss (presbyopia)
- Digital eye strain (computer screen)
- Retinal detachment
- Macular degeneration
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Eye allergies
- Dry eye
- Other eye-related illnesses
Our Optometrists put their extensive experience to work in reviewing findings, detecting vision issues, and prescribing individualized treatment. We may recommend corrective lenses, in the form of eyeglasses or contact lenses, or we might recommend other great options such as corneal refractive therapy or LASIK laser vision correction.
In all cases, our focus is on taking great care of your eyes so that we can help you keep your life in focus!