Lakeville Family Eye Care - Your Eye Doctor
in Lakeville, Minnesota
Lakeville Family Eye Care is an optometrist -owned clinic that stays on top of the latest technology and research to give you the best eye care possible. We’ve got a variety of eyewear options for you to choose from, including a wide range of contact lenses (even for hard-to-fit eyes), designer frames, and even glasses for kids.
We offer an array of eye care services, inlcuding:
- Traditional eye exams
- Dry eye treatment
- Myopia management
- Low vision aids and assistnace
- LASIK co-management
- Eye disease management.
Want to know more about how we can keep your eyes healthy and your vision clear? Come visit our Lakeville eye clinic, or give us a call at (952) 898-9588 today!
Ask the Eye Doctor: Dry Eye Syndrome
Q. Why do I experience dry scratchy eyes?
Dry, scratchy eyes can happen for a variety of different reasons, such as dry air, staring at screens for too long, taking certain meds, and even certain health conditions. Even things like sitting in front of a computer all day, being in air conditioning, being around smoke, or wearing contacts can make your eyes dry. Sometimes, dry eyes can be a sign of something more serious going on, like autoimmune issues or inflammation, so it’s best to check with your local doctor if your symptoms don’t go away or get worse.
We are proud to be the only optometry practice in Minnesota to offer the Equinox Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT), a non-invasive, painless treatment for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction & Dry Eye that is suitable for all patients, regardless of skin type.
Say Goodbye to Dry Eyes
Suffering from dry eye disease can greatly impact one’s quality of life and daily activities such as reading, participating in sports, and even driving. The most common factors that contribute to dry eye syndrome include age, hormonal changes in women, genetics, environment, lifestyle, medications, and the overall health of the eyes.
Get to the root of your dry eye disease by contacting us for a full assessment and a treatment plan that’s right for you.
Our Eye Care Services
Receiving a diagnosis for an eye disease, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, or dry eye, can be a difficult and overwhelming experience. We understand this and want to assure you that our optometrist in Lakeville is here to help.
Our Lakeville Family Eye Care team makes sure to take the time to answer all of your questions and provide you with top-quality eye care with compassion and dedication. We are here to discuss any financial concerns you may have and assist with processing your optical benefits from your private health fund.
Want to see clearly and look great too? Look no further! We offer a wide selection of premium eyewear, lens options, and frames to suit your features and lifestyle. Whether you're searching for something sporty, stylish, or practical, we've got you covered. Visit us today and discover the perfect pair of glasses for you!
Tired of dealing with itchy, irritated, and red eyes? Dry eye disease can greatly impact your daily life and well-being. Our Lakeville Family Eye Care eye doctors are dedicated to providing thorough analysis and effective treatment for mild to severe cases of dry eyes. Contact us to regain comfort and improve your quality of life.
Rapidly progressing myopia in children can lead to serious eye diseases later in life, such as macular degeneration, retinal detachment, cataract, and glaucoma. We offer effective myopia treatments to slow or halt its progression and protect your child's vision. Offer your child a bright future by contacting us today.
Our experienced team of eye doctors can help you prevent further vision loss and manage symptoms of glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. Beyond eye disease management, we also offer LASIK, and cataract pre and post operative care. Contact us to learn more.
Myopia Management in Lakeville
Myopia in children may seem like a simple issue that can be corrected with glasses, but it can lead to serious eye diseases.
As the eye elongates, it stretches the retina, making it more prone to tears, inflammation, new weak blood vessels, and scarring. This increases the risk of developing cataracts, glaucoma, retinal detachment, and myopic maculopathy — damage to the central retinal area.
Don’t let your child’s myopia progress to these dangerous levels; let us help with our effective myopia management program to diminish the risk of eye disease and vision loss.