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iSCAN is a one-of-a-kind diagnostic report comprising the unique characteristics of your eyes and your diagnostic test results. The iSCAN report includes eye and general health details that are not part of a typical written eye prescription.

It includes detailed outcomes of the health, prescription and diagnostics of each eye. A revolution in eye care, it provides you with the detailed diagnostic results of your general health, eye health and prescription. This allows you to monitor any significant changes in the future.

Every person that attends a full eye test or eye surgery consultation will receive their own personalised iSCAN report by email. To see a sample of an iSCAN report click here.  

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Key Health Benefits of iSCAN

  • Eye Prescription

    Changes in eye prescription can be monitored through the iSCAN in a simple and methodical manner.
  • Cataract

    The density and effect that a cataract has on visual acuity can be tracked by the iSCAN.
  • Diabetic retinopathy

    Diabetes is a significant general health condition which can affect a patient’s vision.
  • Hypertensive retinopathy

    Raised blood pressure and heart disease can be visible in the eye and can be monitored for screening purposes.
  • Macular degeneration

    This is the number one cause of blindness today. Macular changes can be monitored with iSCAN in terms of their development.
  • Glaucoma

    This is the silent killer of vision that can be detected and monitored by simple trends – raised IOPs, changes in the optic nerve head and visual field loss.
  • Keratoconus

    This is a condition where the shape of the outer window progressively changes. Shape changes can be determined by keratometry and pentacam instruments. Both are available at Optical Express.
  • Informed Consent for Surgical Procedures

    iSCAN forms part of our informed consent process for people considering eye surgery. This process includes all educational materials such as iSCAN with a view to providing a greater understanding of eye surgery to improve vision.