Digital Retinal Imaging

Jacksonville, FL

At Hanna Eye Care in Jacksonville, we use the latest diagnostic technology to help you maintain optimal vision health, including digital retinal imaging.  

Digital retinal imaging is a non-invasive procedure that uses a high-resolution camera to take detailed pictures of the inside of your eye. These images enable us to detect early signs of eye diseases and other issues. 

Topcon TRC-NW8 Digital Retinal Camera 

During a comprehensive eye exam at Hanna Eye Care, our eye doctor may use the Topcon TRC-NW8 Digital Retinal Camera to capture high-quality images of your retina. This advanced technology allows us to thoroughly examine the back of your eye, including the optic nerve, blood vessels, and other important structures. 

The procedure only takes a few minutes to complete. During the exam, you’ll simply look into the camera lens while we capture images of your retina. These images can be viewed immediately, providing us with a detailed view of your eye health. 

What are the benefits of digital retinal imaging? 

The Topcon TRC-NW8 Digital Retinal Camera is useful in detecting early signs of eye disease, including age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy. By identifying any issues early on, we can develop a personalized treatment plan to help preserve your vision and prevent further damage. 

Additionally, digital retinal imaging is an important tool for tracking the progression of eye diseases. By comparing images taken at different times, we can monitor changes in your eye health and adjust your treatment plan accordingly. 

Who should get digital retinal imaging? 

We recommend digital retinal imaging for all our patients, especially those with a family history of eye disease or other risk factors. This quick and painless procedure is an essential part of our comprehensive eye exam, and we will guide you through the entire process. 

At Hanna Eye Care, we believe that digital retinal imaging is a crucial part of comprehensive eye care. It allows us to provide you with the best possible care and ensure that your eyes stay healthy for years to come. If you have any questions about digital retinal imaging or would like to schedule an appointment, contact us today!