OCT Eye Scan
Ocular Coherence Tomography (OCT) is an advanced eye scan used to see both the back of your eye and a 3D image that looks beneath the surface.
What is an OCT scan?
What is OCT? Ocular Coherence Tomography is an advanced eye scan for people of all ages. Similar to ultrasound, OCT uses light rather than sound waves to illustrate the different layers that make up the back of the eye.
This particular 3D OCT unit captures a digital photograph of the surface of the eye at the same time and this can be cross referenced across any areas of concern.
The benefits of OCT
The major benefit of this state of the art machine is that it allows your optometrist to see both the back of your eye, and a three dimensional image to look beneath the surface of the regular retinal image.
Never before, has it been easier to find out the exact state and location of a particular eye condition. Your optometrist can review the images on a PC screen and pin point areas of concern by digitally peeling the layers back until they define what it is that they have identified as requiring further investigation.
This is an ultra wide-field retinal image that captures more than 80% of your retina in one image that means we can detect early signs of diseases more efficiently and effectively than with traditional methods.