What is retinal photography?
Retinal photography is using a specialized camera to take a high-definition digital picture of the retina (light sensing tissue) in the back of your eyes. Our office uses the Zeiss Clarus 700 Ultra-Wide Field camera.
Who should have retinal photography?
Retinal photography is a very useful tool for patients of all ages. The picture is safe and quick. All you will notice is a very bright flash of light in each eye.
What are the benefits of having retinal photography?
The doctor will review your images with you and go over any important findings
The images can be stored for the future as a comparison if your health changes
The images can be magnified and manipulated to allow the doctor greater visibility of your retina
The camera provides a view of the retina in patients who otherwise may not be able to have a thorough exam.
Schedule an appointment today for your retina photograph.