Diabetic Retinopathy Symptoms
Did you know that many eye health issues have no signs or symptoms? This means that you may not notice there’s an issue until your sight begins to decline. Sight AI's technology enables early detection for conditions that may be treatable to prevent vision loss. Stay ahead of eye diseases with regular eye exams—the key to maintaining good vision and healthy eyes.
Stages of Diabetic retinopathy
Diabetic Retinopathy shows no visible signs in the early stage. A regular eye exam checkup is the only way to detect it early.
Blurry vision often mistaken as a sign of myopia. There is also the possibility of mild Diabetic Retinopathy.
At this stage, the retina and vitreous area have been affected and dark spots can be seen floating in your vision.
One Minute Eye Exam
A new, non-invasive health risk assessment system that detects Diabetic Retinopathy early. Get your eye examined in-store in 1 minute. Results within 24 hours.
No appointment is needed. Simply walk into the optical store at your convenient time.
Get your eye image taken with a medical-grade device in the store. Rest assured, no eye drops or air puffs needed, it is 100% non-invasive.
Receive a comprehensive report graded by a certified medical professional within 24 hours.
Breakthrough technology in your neighbourhood
Sight AI Health Risk Assessment System features an accurate, early detection algorithm for effective and preventive treatment. Your personalized report accompanied by a medical professional's recommendation, we help you better understand your risk of developing health conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.
Less time in multiple follow ups and waiting for appointments.
More time for living.
Clinics & Hospitals
Eye screening process under 10 mins
Get results within 1 business day
Reviewed by certified grader
Shorter waiting time
Connecting you to a specialist when required
How often do I need to get my eyes checked?
You might not know it, but your eyes are certainly a window to your health conditions, in fact, eye doctors will be one of the first physicians to diagnose medical conditions as early signs usually appear in the eyes. That is why medical professionals recommend getting an eye exam annually. With Sight AI, we ensure that you are getting the right kind of care for your eyes.
Adults with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, glaucoma and other medical conditions should go for eye screenings annually. Adults with no health conditions or do not need eyeglasses or contact lenses can go 2 years between eye screenings as long as they are not experiencing vision problems.
Adults at this age group should go for routine yearly vision checks for age-related eye diseases such as cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma. This screening can also detect early signs of diabetes, high blood pressure and other diseases for you to take early preventive actions/treatments.
Age above 65
A yearly comprehesive eye examination is advised for adults aged 65 and above due to vision changes and other eye conditions that are more common as we age.
What to expect during the eye screening in the clinic? Is it invasive?Rest assured, our eye screening is 100% non-invasive! Simply rest your chin in the retina camera station, look straight and leave the rest to us.
What diseases can be detected?Diabetic retinopathy Diabetic maculopathy Glaucoma suspect Age-related macular degeneration Other ocular conditions
How long is the eye screening duration?It only takes 10 minutes to conduct your eye screening!
Who grades my eye screening?Your eye screening report will be graded by professional retinal graders trained to perform precise interpretation of your retinal images.
When can I receive my result report?You eye health report will be sent via email in 1 business day. You may also request for physical report at the participating clinics.
What happens if signs of an eye diseases have been detected?You may speak to your doctor for a referral to a network of eye specialists. The report you will receive provides an overall recommendation which expedites the process when seeking treatment at a specialist.