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Optomap – Check and maintain eyes with new advanced methods

This practice recommends the Optomap retinal exam as an integral part of your eye exam today. An Optomap provides a view of approximately 82% of your retina in a single capture and helps to evaluate visual health. Many problems can develop without warning signs and you might not even notice any change in your vision. This testing is suggested for patients of all ages.

Diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, retinal tears or detachments, as well as other health problems such as diabetes and high blood pressure can be found using this diagnostic tool.  Dr. Dettmer strongly believes an Optomap is an essential part of your comprehensive eye exam. Some health plans do not cover the Optomap retinal exam, so patients may be responsible for a small additional fee.