Is an OCT scan like having an MRI scan?
An OCT scan is very different from having an MRI – think of it more like having a photograph taken of your eye. During the OCT scan process, you’ll simply sit in front of, and look into, the OCT machine for around 3 seconds. You won’t have to lie down as you do for an MRI!
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Sophie Taylor-West is the founder and Director of Taylor-West & Co Optometrists. She is one of our Hove-based registered Optometrists. Sophie specialises in contact lens fittings for both healthy and also “awkward” or more complex prescriptions, helping people who have difficulties seeing anything at all by transforming their sight. She also specialises in myopia management for children and teenagers with short-sightedness. Click here to read more...
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