Changing patient behaviours


No dilation needed. Results in about a minute. Fits seamlessly into any standard eye exam or pre-test routine.


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Easy to USE

Suitable for use by anyone. Minimal training required for patient and operator. Simple, one number output.


Consistent so that you can be confident in the result. Capable of tracking changes over time.

Easy adoption

An MP-eye examination takes under a minute to perform. It’s operation requires no medical experience.

By introducing the MP-eye into your standard test, either in your main test or pre-test area, you can boost your preventative care for all of your patients.

Use our implementation guide and online training guides to help your teams become proficient quickly.

Offer your patients the protection they need

Straight-forward strategies and a wide range of protective products are available for those with low defences.

With an objective measure of the eye’s defences you can be confident that you are providing your patients with the right advice and products.

Frequently asked questions

Most frequent questions and answers

How long does the MP-eye test take?

On average it takes 52 seconds, with a range of between 20- 180 seconds.

Are glasses/ contact lenses worn for the test?

Correction of visual acuity is not necessary for the test. Glasses should be removed as the lenses can alter the polarisation used by the MP-eye, however Contact lenses do not need to be removed as they do not interfere with the test.

What actions should we recommend to someone that scores low on the MP-eye?

People with low macular pigment density can protect their eyes by wearing sunglasses or photochromics regularly even on overcast/cloudy days, eating a broad diet of dark green and brightly coloured fruits and vegetables, wearing a wide brimmed hat, considering macular pigment supplements and adding blue light filtering lens coatings to their prescription glasses.

Should I test all patients?

Yes. Understanding your natural protection against damaging light is helpful for people of all ages. That said, some patients with vision impairment may find the test very difficult e.g. severe cataracts.

Why test when eyecare providers can already recommend extra protection?

Everyone knows they should eat well, and protect their eyes, but we’ve collected data that demonstrates that giving someone an assessment of their natural  protection can greatly improve their likelihood of those with low defences actually making positive lifestyle changes  and buying protective products to enhance their eye-health.

Is the MP-eye available in my country ?

The MP-eye has distributors in a number of countries around the world – contact us to find out if we can put