As part of your eye exam, Dr. Michelle Pine-Woolf recommends an advanced diagnostic procedure called retinal photography.  

Our doctors are concerned about retinal diseases including macular degeneration, ocular tumors, retinal detachments, and glaucoma, as well as systemic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure.  These conditions can lead to partial vision loss or blindness.  

The digital retinal photography provides:

1. A detailed view of the retina, extending into the far periphery (or outer corners) which allows the doctor to
examine about 80% more of the retina than with standard examination.

2. A quick and painless examination without the instillation of pupil dilating eye drops, which can have side effects of blurry vision and light sensitivity for up to 4-6 hours (please note, the doctor may still recommend pupil dilation if necessary).

3. A baseline image for comparison for tracking and diagnosing potential eye diseases in the future.

This retinal screening is recommended for everyone, but especially those with high prescriptions, a family history of eye disease, or anyone with any of the conditions listed above.

The fee for digital retinal screening for both eyes is
$22.00 (NOT covered by insurance).

WARNING : Bright flash photography may NOT be recommended for patients with epilepsy or history of migraines.
Diabetic eye disease
Healthy retina
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As part of your eye exam, Dr. Michelle Pine-Woolf recommends an advanced diagnostic procedure called retinal photography.  

Our doctors are concerned about retinal diseases including macular degeneration, ocular tumors, retinal detachments, and glaucoma, as well as systemic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure.  These conditions can lead to partial vision loss or blindness.  

The digital retinal photography provides:

1. A detailed view of the retina, extending into the far periphery (or outer corners) which allows the doctor to examine about 80% more of the retina than with standard examination.

2. A quick and painless examination without the instillation of pupil dilating eye drops, which can have side effects of blurry vision and light sensitivity for up to 4-6 hours (please note, the doctor may still recommend pupil dilation if necessary).

3. A baseline image for comparison for tracking and diagnosing potential eye diseases in the future.

This retinal screening is recommended for everyone, but especially those with high prescriptions, a family history of eye disease, or anyone with any of the conditions listed above.

The fee for digital retinal screening for both eyes is $22.00 (NOT covered by insurance).


WARNING: Bright flash photography may NOT be recommended for patients with epilepsy or history of migraines.

Diabetic eye disease
Healthy retina
Retinal digital photography
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As part of your eye exam, Dr. Michelle Pine-Woolf recommends an advanced diagnostic procedure called retinal photography.  

Our doctors are concerned about retinal diseases including macular degeneration, ocular tumors, retinal detachments, and glaucoma, as well as systemic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure.  These conditions can lead to partial vision loss or blindness.  

The digital retinal photography provides:

1. A detailed view of the retina, extending into the far periphery (or outer corners) which allows the doctor to examine about 80% more of the retina than with standard examination.

2. A quick and painless examination without the instillation of pupil dilating eye drops, which can have side effects of blurry vision and light sensitivity for up to 4-6 hours (please note, the doctor may still recommend pupil dilation if necessary).

3. A baseline image for comparison for tracking and diagnosing potential eye diseases in the future.

This retinal screening is recommended for everyone, but especially those with high prescriptions, a family history of eye disease, or anyone with any of the conditions listed above.

The fee for digital retinal screening for both eyes is $22.00 (NOT covered by insurance).


WARNING: Bright flash photography may NOT be recommended for patients with epilepsy or history of migraines.
Diabetic eye disease
Healthy retina
Retinal digital photography
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As part of your eye exam, Dr. Michelle Pine-Woolf recommends an advanced diagnostic procedure called retinal photography.  

Our doctors are concerned about retinal diseases including macular degeneration, ocular tumors, retinal detachments, and glaucoma, as well as systemic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure.  These conditions can lead to partial vision loss or blindness.  

The digital retinal photography provides:

1. A detailed view of the retina, extending into the far periphery (or outer corners) which allows the doctor to examine about 80% more of the retina than with standard examination.

2. A quick and painless examination without the instillation of pupil dilating eye drops, which can have side effects of blurry vision and light sensitivity for up to 4-6 hours (please note, the doctor may still recommend pupil dilation if necessary).

3. A baseline image for comparison for tracking and diagnosing potential eye diseases in the future.

This retinal screening is recommended for everyone, but especially those with high prescriptions, a family history of eye disease, or anyone with any of the conditions listed above.

The fee for digital retinal screening for both eyes is $22.00 (NOT covered by insurance).


WARNING: Bright flash photography may NOT be recommended for patients with epilepsy or history of migraines.

Diabetic eye disease
Healthy retina
Retinal digital photography
← Back to Services