For more than two decades, Sloane and Co have been rocking the optical scene with a focus on eye health and a love for top-notch eyewear. We’re all about quality glasses, but what truly sets us apart is our dedication to giving your eyes the royal treatment they deserve.
Our commitment shines through in our detailed eye exams. We make sure you’re not only satisfied but also seeing the world clearly. Our menu of eye examination services covers all the bases. Whether it’s a regular check or the latest imaging techniques, we’ve got you covered. Your eyes deserve the best, and we’re here to provide it.
Standard Eye Examination
Our optometrists conduct a thorough eye examination that covers all the essentials for a comprehensive check-up. This includes checking your prescription, assessing muscle balance, and examining the central retina for basic health. Our team of experienced professionals will accurately assess your vision and help you maintain optimal eye health.
OCT – Enhanced Eye Examination
Consider our Enhanced OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) package for a more thorough analysis. This comprehensive package includes everything in our standard eye exam, with additional benefits like field and 3D vision testing, colour vision assessment, muscle balance check, prescription verification, and a basic health check. Plus, you’ll also get the benefits of retinal photography and 3D retinal scanning, which allow us to take an even closer look at your eye health.
OPTOMAP - Ultra-Widefield Retinal Imaging
Bringing the most advanced technology to our patients, we recommend Optomap ultra-wide digital retinal imaging as part of your comprehensive eye exam today.
This includes all the features of the Enhanced OCT eye examination, with an added focus on peripheral retina assessment
What is OPTOMAP?
The Optomap ultra-wide digital retinal imping system helps you and your optometrist make informed decisions about your eye health and overall well-being. Combining your optometrist’s expertise and optomap technology, optomap brings your eye exam to life.
This ultra-widefield retinal imaging provides an even more detailed view of your eye health. With in-depth analysis and expert insight, we leave no stone unturned in caring for your vision.
How does your optometrist normally examine the retina
Examining the retina is challenging. Your optometrist looks through your pupil to examine the back of your eye. Traditional viewing methods can be effective but difficult to perform and are carried out manually without any digital record.
What is Your Retina?
The retina is a delicate lining at the back of the eye, similar to film in a camera. It is the only place where blood vessels can be seen directly. In addition to eye conditions, signs of other diseases (stroke, heart disease, hypertension and diabetes) can be seen in the retina. Early detection is essential so treatments can be administered.
How does the optomap help?
The Optomap ultra-wide digital retinal imaging system captures over 80% of your retina in one panoramic image. Traditional methods typically reveal only 10-15% of your retina at one time
Safeguard your vision from impairment or blindness with early detection.
Early detection is vital.
- Uncover potential life-threatening conditions like cancer, stroke, and heart disease in their tracks.
- The optomap’s remarkable ultra-widefield view empowers your eye care pro to spot retinal issues sooner and more efficiently than standard exams.
- Spotting concerns early means treatments hit the mark, minimising risks to your vision and overall well-being.
Don’t Wait; safeguard Your Future And Book Your Examination Today!
Do all optometrists have an optomap ultra-wide digital retinal imaging system?
Not yet, optomap is a standard of care for evaluating eye health at this practice, and millions of people worldwide have benefited from optomap.
How often should I have an optomap?
Your optometrist will advise you based on your circumstances, but the general recommendation is to have an optomap every time you have an eye exam. This will ensure you have a digital record of your retinal health on file, which can be compared for changes over time.
Should my children have an optomap too?
Many vision problems begin at an early age, so children need to receive proper eye can from the time they are infants.
Will I need to be dilated, and does it hurt?
An optomap takes only seconds, is not painful, and typically does not require dilation. However, your optometrist may decide dilation is still needed.
The Optomap’s ultra-wide view empowers your optometrist to detect early signs of retinal diseases. Viewing most of your retina simultaneously offers more review time and educational insights. Clinical studies affirm Optomap’s diagnostic prowess.
Optomap imaging is swift, painless, and non-intrusive. Gaze into the device one eye at a time, resembling a keyhole view. A flash indicates your retina’s image capture.
Dilation drops might not be necessary, determined by your eye care pro’s assessment. Image capture takes under half a second, providing instant insights into your eye health – even in 3D. See your eyes as your optometrist does.