The papilar tomography allows us to obtain a high resolution image of our optic nerve. From this image you can detect possible injuries or diagnose early diseases such as glaucoma, which can have very serious effects on our vision. Remember that the optic nerve is responsible for transmitting the images of what we see to our brain, and that any damage or deterioration of its structures is permanent and produces a marked decrease in vision, even reaching blindness.
The test lasts no more than 2 minutes per eye and only consists of looking at a light. Thanks to its high resolution scanner we obtain an accurate image of the nerve that shows us if there are structural damages.