SPECSAVERS opticians at Crystal Peaks have set their sights on providing better care for customers after purchasing the latest eyecare technology.
The branch, which is currently one of the top practices in the UK, has recently purchased a £53,000 OCT machine.
The technology takes images of the eye and can be used to detect a number of diseases.
A fundus camera has also been purchased, which takes detailed photos of the interior surface of the eye to help opticians determine any problems.
In addition, a new consulting room has opened at Specsavers in Crystal Peaks, allowing the practice to carry out an increased number of sight tests and reducing waiting time for customers at peak times.
Gil Vasey, director at Specsavers Opticians at Crystal Peaks, said: “We are delighted to be able to provide our patients access to the most state of the art equipment when they visit out practice.”