Optomap Retinal Imaging


An optometrist can see your blood vessels via your retina. These blood vessels can give insight into the conditions and diseases you may have. By examining the back of your eye, Dr. Sang Pham can find early signs of various conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and hypertension.

Old technology hindered eye doctors’ ability to identify these issues well. They gave them a small window to check what was happening.

At Vision Eye Max, LLC in Katy, TX, we leverage the latest technology to get a better view of one’s retina. Dr. Sang Pham uses Optomap Retinal Imaging, which allows her to have an ultra-wide-angle of one’s retina and identify issues early. Early detection enables you to get timely treatment and reduce the risk to your health and sight.

Is Optomap Retinal Imaging Good?

Optomap Retinal Imaging is a new, advanced technology that allows for a comprehensive eye exam. It enables Dr. Sang Pham to have a broad view of your retina. Optomap Retinal Imaging gives our optometrist greater awareness of your eye health, allowing her to make informed decisions.

Optomap Retinal Imaging technology allows for a 200° view of retinal imaging. This view is about five times better than the one provided by standard digital retinal photography, which allows a 45° angle. Dr. Sang Pham gets an 80% view of your eye, enabling her to catch conditions she would have missed with old technology.

What Are The Benefits of Getting Optomap Tests?

Our Optomap Retinal Imaging has many benefits.

  • It is a fast and fuss-free examination. The test takes seconds to do, and we will not touch your eye.

  • We retain a digital image of your retina for future comparisons.

  • The test can detect eye conditions and other health issues, such as hypertension, stroke, diabetes, and heart disease.

  • Our test is appropriate for all ages.

What Can You Expect?

Once you visit our facility in Katy, TX, Dr. Sang Pham will use Optomap imaging. This procedure is fast and comfortable. You will look at the machine like you would peep through a keyhole. After a few seconds, you will get a flash of light, showing you that the imaging is complete.

Some patients may need dilation drops to undertake the procedure. Our team will advise you on whether you need them.

You will get the images in seconds. You can review them with Dr. Sang Pham to know how to proceed.

Visit Vision Eye Max, LLC for Optomap Retinal Imaging

Vision Eye Max, LLC is a renowned facility in Katy, TX. We strive to improve and preserve sight. Our team comprises various experts that work together to provide the best experience and ensure our patients get better fast. We offer various eye care services, including Optomap Retinal Imaging.

​​​​​​​Contact us today to book an appointment for your Optomap Retinal Imaging.

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