Comprehensive vision services for the whole family
Dakota Eye Care utilizes the most advanced technology in the field of optometry to provide you with leading edge vision care for you and your entire family. The comprehensive services offered at our eye clinic include:
- State of the art diagnosis of vision problems and eye diseases
- LASIK assessment and co-management
- Prescribing eyeglasses and contact lenses
- Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT)
- Treatment of eye diseases
- Online Scheduling
We are proud to offer you dedicated and committed eye care that is provided in a safe, clean and welcoming environment. When selecting an eye doctor, we hope that you will choose the eye clinic ranked “Best place for an eye exam and best place for eyeglasses,” by the Minnesota Reader’s Choice Awards. Contact us today for more information about our vision exams and other services by calling 651-457-2020. We look forward to caring for all of your vision needs well into the future!
Check out our contact lens section to learn more…Don’t see your brand? We do specialty lenses and orders also so just come in and let us know what you need!
Routine eye care shouldn’t be routine at all…
A comprehensive eye health and vision examination is the cornerstone of optometric care at Dakota Eye Care Associates. In our comprehensive eye examination, we review your ocular and medical history, we measure your visual acuity, eye muscle balance, color vision, neurological pupil function and fields of vision. We further evaluate all aspects of your eye health concentrating on cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. We also evaluate how your general health and nutrition affect your eyes. Our doctors utilize the latest diagnostic technology to provide both your routine eye health and vision evaluations.
Medical eye care and emergency eye care:
Dakota Eye Care Associates offers emergency and medical eye care. We are able to bill major medical plans for medical eye diagnosis and care treatments. We are involved in diagnosis and treatment of many medical conditions including but not limited to:
- Eye infections and “pinkeye”
- Eye allergies
- Age related macular degeneration
- Dry eye
- Foreign body removal
- Sudden vision changes, floaters, flashing lights
How often should I have my eyes examined?
That depends on many factors, including your age, eye health, family history, occupation and general health. It is best to follow your doctor’s recommendations.
For children, both the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Optometric Association recommend a child’s first eye exam at the age of 6 months and then again at 3 years. Critical visual skills are developing at this age and early detection of vision problems can be crucial to a child’s learning and acquisition of important skills. For school age children we recommend an annual eye examination.
For Adults we also recommend an annual eye examination to evaluate your vision, but more importantly, to monitor the health of your eyes and identify any vision threatening or eye health threatening conditions as early as possible.