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As part of our comprehensive eye examination, we take you on a thorough journey through the intricacies of your visual health. With a panoramic 200-degree retinal scan, we uncover the hidden intricacies of your eye’s inner workings along with your focus.

The Optos Monaco Machine
BeyondSight Assessment

A dual laser ophthalmoscope explores the depths of the back of your eye with our commitment to technology. Ocular Coherence Tomography enables us to diagnose and treat diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, and macular degeneration more accurately than ever before.

  • Focus Assessment: Checking the clarity of vision and addressing any refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism.
  • Binocularity Test: Evaluating how well the eyes work together as a team to ensure proper alignment, coordination, and depth perception.
  • 200-Degree Retinal Scan: Capturing a wide-angle view of the retina, which is crucial for detecting any abnormalities, signs of disease, or changes in the health of the eye.
  • Dry Eye Screening: Assessing the presence and severity of dry eye syndrome, a condition where the eyes do not produce enough quality tears.
  • Microscopic Examination of the Front of the Eye: Using a microscope to examine the structures at the front of the eye, including the cornea, lens, and iris.
  • Dual Laser Ophthalmoscope Scan of the Back of the Eye: Conducting a detailed exam of the back of the eye.
 Technology at Work

The Optos Monaco provides high-resolution retinal images that enable eye care professionals to assess the health of the eye more comprehensively. It includes the following features:

  • The Monaco can capture a wide field of view of the retina, up to 200 degrees or more. As a result of wide-field imaging, various eye conditions can be detected and monitored with ease.
  • The device does not require pupil dilation (mydriasis) to capture images.
  • The Monaco is equipped with advanced imaging technology to provide high-resolution retinal images. This level of detail is valuable for diagnosing and monitoring retinal diseases and conditions.
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