Specsavers Installs the fully automated 350th Topcon Maestro OCT

the fully automated 350th Topcon Maestro OCT

 

Topcon Medical Systems (TMS), a major supplier of diagnostic equipment and software solutions for the eye care sector in Oakland, NJ, USA, and Specsavers, Australia’s # 1 practice optometry network, are happy to announce the installation of the 350th Topcon Maestro Fully Automated OCT / Fundus Camera at Specsavers retail sites across Australia and New Zealand.

Specsavers chose to integrate the Maestro OCT in all its places after thorough consideration of several systems based on its user-friendliness, space-saving design, improved diagnostic instruments, and clinical precision. With the assistance of Device Technologies, Topcon’s approved distributor in Australia, who handled the installation, distribution, and training of the 350 machines across both nations, it has gradually added the Maestro to all its shops over the previous 3 years.

Dr. Ben Ashby, Director of Optometry, Australia and New Zealand shared that they were looking for an OCT device that would provide unparalleled precision and sophisticated clinical data in an easy-to-use platform that could be readily integrated into the workflow of each store. In the Topcon Maestro we discovered all those stuff and more. The Maestro OCT has allowed us not only to enhance our patient care standards but also to assist us transform the eye health of Australians and New Zealanders.

The Maestro offers advanced clinical information to eye care providers and enables precise diagnosis through its compact design, 12×9 widefield scan, and built-in fundus camera. It’s PinPoint RegistrationTM allows the clinician to overlay the OCT image onto the background image and see a clear picture of the eye condition of the patient.

John Trefethen, Vice President of Global Marketing & Product Design for Topcon. Shared that they were proud to collaborate with Specsavers Australia and New Zealand to introduce the innovative technology of the Maestro to their vast network of shops and help advance patient care across both nations. They look forward to continuing to work together in the future as they stay committed to promoting the patient care standard and stay at the forefront of eye care technological innovation.