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Optomap Retinal Screening is a procedure that enables the optometrist to see as much of the retina (the back of the eye) as possible. The reason this is important is that – whilst regular eye exams check the health of the front of your eyes – a thorough screening of the retina is required to check overall health.

Some eye conditions (e.g. glaucoma, retinal tears) and health concerns (e.g. diabetes, hypertension) can be identified in the retina. Early detection improves the chances of successful treatment.

While traditional ways of examining the retina only reveal a small portion of the retina at a time, the Optomap Retinal eye exams show almost the whole of the retina at one time. It is a quick and painless procedure.

Find out more at Optos.com

What our customers say

“I underwent cross linking surgery back in March 2012......I must admit a degree of apprehension when I signed on the dotted line on the morning of the
procedure. However the team were excellent and very professional giving a lot of needed reassurance.
I followed all their advice regarding hygiene and applying the antibiotic eye drops and the whole process was a success. The degree of discomfort for me was minimal and far less than I had expected. If you need to undergo this procedure I can personally recommend you speak with the team at Simon Falk in Leeds.”
 Gary Ellis