At The Eye Lab, we offer comprehensive eye testing for individuals with diabetes. Using retinal imaging techniques and visual acuity tests, our skilled optometrists can identify signs of diabetes-related complications, including diabetic retinopathy. Through timely detection of this potentially sight-threatening condition, we can initiate prompt treatment, effectively reducing the risk of vision loss. Trust us to safeguard your vision and offer the care you need.
Why You Should Get Your Eyes Tested for Diabetes
Proper diabetes management should include regular eye tests to detect and address vascular changes early. Timely detection of diabetic retinopathy allows for early intervention and treatment, reducing the risk of vision loss and other complications. By maintaining regular eye tests, you can ensure the health of your eyes and preserve your vision.
How does an eye test detect diabetes?
An eye test for diabetes examines the retina for signs of diabetic retinopathy. Using advanced retinal imaging techniques, an optometrist can assess the blood vessels, look for swelling or leakage, and identify any abnormalities. These findings, combined with visual acuity tests and patient history, can help to detect diabetes and related complications.