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The Exam Process

To continue to help keep our team, patients and the local community safe, we still have implemented mandatory safety procedures in our office, including a mask requirement. Please note most of the practices in this video will continue to be followed until further notice.

We thank you in advanced for your understanding.

No More Air Puff!

Yes! You read that correctly! It's 2021 and time that we rid you of the aged-old air puff test! We can't wait to show you our new office toy!  

i-Wellness Technology 

Our office has newly implemented iWellness screening technology that helps to aid in early detection of conditions like macular degeneration and glaucoma! 

Clarifye℠ Refraction

At Eden Prairie Eye Care we utilize the latest technology in eye care to provide you with an advanced comprehensive eye exam. Using our digital eye exam software we can accurately and efficiently measure your refraction for new glasses and contact lenses. Allow us to take the stress away from the age-old question "which is better. 1 or 2?" With our automated phoropter, we can reduce the number of comparisons to reach our final goal of helping you see to the best of your ability. In addition to the refraction, our doctors will spend time evaluating the health and wellness of your eyes. The Clarifye Exam℠ allows us to analyze the health of the eye with ease while providing us with images to help our patients visualize the conditions we may encounter during our exam. 

Optomap Retinal Imaging

An eye exam is not complete without an adequate view inside the back of the eye to view your retinal health. That is why our doctors at Eden Prairie Eye Care are dedicated to providing you with alternatives to dilating drops that leave your vision blurry for a few hours after the exam. We our proud to announce the addition of the Optomap retinal imaging software. The Optomap has the ability to provide us with a clear, wider view into the periphery of the back of your eyes, enabling us to catch many common conditions before they become vision threatening. At both offices we can capture photos of the retina, giving us the ability to detect common diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetes, and cancer. In addition, it provides a permanent record of the retina for us to make comparisons from year to year. 

Ocular Health Evaluation

They say "the eyes are the window to your soul", but did you know they are also the window to your overall health? Our doctors at Eden Prairie Eye Care will take the time to evaluate the health of your eyes and check for related systemic conditions that are often first diagnosed by your eye doctor. For example, did you know that just by looking at the blood vessels of the retina, your eye doctor has the ability to spot signs of uncontrolled high blood pressure and diabetes? That's right, an eye exam is importance to importantll health than just providing you with a new prescription for glasses or contact lenses. To schedule your annual Clarifye Exam℠   exam today Click here.


Cataract Evaluations & 
Post Op Care

Did you know that difficulty with night driving and blurry vision in the senior population can be related to the development of cataracts? Our doctors at Eden Prairie Eye Care have a passion for discussing the progression of cataracts, your treatment options and even providing post operative care. In addition, our Clarifye Exam ℠ gives us the unique ability to be able to capture an image of certain types of cataracts and show you how they are affecting your sight. Click here to schedule an exam with our doctors and to discuss cataracts and their development in more detail.

Refractive Surgery


Are you considering refractive surgery? Visit us at Eden Prairie Eye Care, and after completing your annual exam, we will be happy to discuss your options. Also, we will make recommendations for providers in the area specializing in refractive procedures. Upon completion of your surgery, our doctors at Eden Prairie Eye Care will continue to see you for your required annual exams to monitor your procedure and your ocular health! After all, just because you may see 20/20 doesn't guarantee that the eyes are healthy!  

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