Digital Retina Imaging

Fundus photos not only provide insight into ocular health, but can provide much information about overall health. A twelve megapixel camera utilizes an intricate microscope and low intensity flash to provide a view of the posterior chamber of the eye. The result is an image with high resolution and contrast, showing retinal vascular, macula and optic nerve head appearance as well as the choroid, which cannot be seen by other ocular exam methods. Retinal imaging creates a baseline which allows for documenting the status and changes which may occur otherwise undetected.