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OCT Eye Scan

Get a detailed view of your retina

Enhanced Eye Exam

Enhanced Eye examinations

To ensure the highest level of care for our patients, we offer an advanced eye examination that combines Optomap ultra-wide imaging with an OCT scan. This comprehensive approach enables us to provide a thorough assessment and deliver the very best solutions.

Get a comprehensive insight into your eye health.

Proactively detect issues at the earliest stages.

Both Optomap and OCT are non-invasive, ensuring your comfort throughout the examination.

What is an OCT Scan?

OCT (Ocular Coherence Tomography) is a scanning technology that uses light to create a digital image of the inner eye. These scans allow your optometrist to examine your eyes in incredible detail so they can identify potential issues and treat or correct any abnormalities before they become serious.

An OCT scan helps us to view the health of your eyes in greater detail, by allowing us to see what’s going on beneath the surface of the eye.


Our OCT equipment works by sending infrared light into the eye and then analysing how that light returns. OCT is safe, non-invase and painless.

What is Optomap?

Optomap is used to create detailed retinal scans, imaging up to 80% of the retina. This is a much wider view than more traditional methods. Like OCT, our Optomap is capable of identifying serious threats to eyesight and health including diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration.

Why Should I Have An OCT & Optomap Scan?

OCT & Optomap scan results can be used for diagnosing and monitoring a variety of eye conditions such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and retinal tears.

Our OCT & Optomap equipment produces high-quality images allowing our optometrists to see detailed, wide angle and 3-D views of your eye.


This technology has allowed us to show our patients what we can see and give them a better understanding of their eye problems as well as spotting any concerns even earlier.

OCT Eye Scan At McPherson Optometry
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