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Primary Eye Care

Your initial exam with our doctors may be for a routine eye exam. Your exam will monitor the internal and external health of your eyes as well as provide a refraction to update your glasses prescription. Routine examinations serve as a means to identify potential medical problems before they become significant enough to cause symptoms or concerns. Examinations are scheduled at regular intervals, determined by your eye doctor, for prevention and wellness.

Medical examinations are typically performed in response to a specific sign, symptom, complain or on-going diagnosis or condition. We evaluate, test and/or treat condition such as dry eyes, eye injuries or infections, macular degeneration, cataracts, strabismus, glaucoma, cataracts, and retinal changes due to diabetes or detachment. We have the latest technology including anterior and posterior segment cameras including Optomap, a corneal topographer (map of the front surface of the eye), pachymeter to measure corneal thickness, Optovue iVue OCT, Diopsys, and Visual Field Instrument to allow us to diagnose, treat and monitor most medical eye conditions. We also carry the best in Dry Eye fighting products from Ocusoft, Cliradex, Fortifeyes, Blink Products and MORE. 

In addition to routine and medical services, we also perform cataract and Lasik pre- and post- operative examinations. We co-manage with talented surgeons in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas so you can have the best possible eye care AND stay close to home.

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The City of Lakeville and Dakota County project to reconstruct County Road 50 (Kenwood Trail) from Dodd Boulevard to 185th Street will continue through Fall 2018. Roadway improvements include reconstruction and widening of County Road 50 to a four-lane divided highway, storm sewer, trails and local street connections. The County is the lead agency for this project. Construction is scheduled to resume in mid-late April 2018 (weather permitting).  For more information, visit Dakota County's website.

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