Better pigment , better vision
The retina is about 1/4 of a millimeter at its center. Within this thin layer of neural tissue, is a pigment layer which gets thinner with age. Using newly-acquired equipment, we can measure how healthy your pigment layer is.
People who have thinner pigment layers, will tend to have more retinal disease. Plain and simple.
Since ageing affects us all, diet and ocular nutrition evaluation in our clinic is a great tool to preserve your eyesight.