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Your Partner in Imaging Explores Eye Care in the 21st Century

Your Partner in Imaging Explores Eye Care in the 21st Century

 by Samantha Lewis

So many forms of vision loss are preventable. The key to prevention is having the ability to detect the problem as fast as possible.

 

When it comes to the most superior quality equipment an optometrist/ophthalmologist can purchase, Fundus Photo, LLC is far ahead of the pack. As industry professionals know, this is a company created from the genius of Dale Brodsky. An innovative mind, Dale is the mastermind behind St. Louis Ophthalmologic Equipment Company. This business has been serving the industry for over 20 years by providing top-quality, superior, new and refurbished equipment.

 

With a long-lasting and solidly built foundation, Dale went on to create Fundus Photo to release the latest innovations when it came to the segment of fundus photography. And with all the benefits the two companies have provided eye care specialists, they have certainly become Your Partner in Imaging.

 

Doctors inform patients that eyesight changes naturally as we mature. As we grow older, the easy focus that once was, turns into eyesight that cannot refocus as easily, and cannot see as much detail as we did before.

 

The National Eye Institute states: “People who used to be able to see well at distances and close up in their 20s will need glasses for reading by their mid-40s.”

 

But having glasses is only one issue – there is another category of eye problems that are far more dangerous and usually appear in theFundus Photo 4 50+ range of life. Unfortunately, people today are making the situation worse on a daily basis, causing doctors to have to meet the demand of diagnosing, treating and monitoring eye disease.

 

Everything from glaucoma and diabetes to cataracts to dry eye are seen in patients over the age of 40.  Caught in time, by using the latest technology, most problems can be addressed before severe vision loss occurs.

 

But damages and risks are increased every day due to human error. When it comes to smoking, doctors will tell you a great deal of what can happen to your body, but the eyes may also suffer severely. It can increase the risk of cataracts and retinal diseases that will lead to vision loss. It will also make existing eye problems worse.

 

UV exposure can also cause extreme damage to the retina. And with daily life comes daily trauma to the eye. Mowing the lawn, cleaning the house, vacuuming, dusting – all of these seemingly menial chores bring harm to the eyes over time.

 

By managing cholesterol, diabetes and blood pressure, eye disease can be successfully managed.  There are certain eye diseases associated with these conditions that the eye care professional must be able to see and evaluate quickly.

 

Fundus Photo, LLC knows the eye disease that can occur to individuals. So their mission is to provide doctors, surgical centers, hospitals, private practices, etc., with the equipment they need to make sure they can detect the problem as soon as possible.

 

By choosing Fundus Photo, not only is the equipment the latest available in the eye care field, but the doctor also gains a ‘Partner in Imaging.’ With this partner comes complete, zero-cost technical support so that the doctor and his/her staff never have to waste time to get an answer to their question.

 

The optometrist takes control of eye care, making sure that patients can be served efficiently. And when the doctor is also able to save money and see a return on their own investment, all parties win. With Fundus Photo the worry and burden is no longer there.

 

Vision loss IS preventable but, again, the key is early detection. With Fundus Photo, LLC in your corner, the technology needed for that detection is at your fingertips.

 

www.FundusPhoto.com

Source: Baret News Wire

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