Since 1972, Associated Eye Care has been serving patients across the Twin Cities by providing the utmost in vision care, from routine preventative exams to the most intricate of surgical procedures. Our goal has been to approach each and every patient with a warm and caring manner, giving our patients the best experience possible in our clinics and surgery center.
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Associated Eye Care is proud to have three pediatric eye care providers who have dedicated their careers to children's eye care. Dr. Susan Schloff, Dr. Jeffrey Lynch, and Dr. Ann Hickson understand the importance of catching vision problems early, before they begin to affect a child's schoolwork or other activities.
Associated Eye Care offers the most advanced surgery center for all of your eye care needs. We continually upgrade and improve our equipment to ensure our patients have the best possible experience with the most consistent, successful surgical outcomes.
Imagine waking up to see the world with crisp, brilliant clarity and less dependence on glasses or contact lenses. With life-changing LASIK surgery using wavefront-guided laser technology, you'll be able to play sports, swim, go to the movies and enjoy social activities like never before.
Cataract patients now have an option to see at both near and far distances after cataract surgery. Individuals suffering from cataracts previously had only a monofocal lens implant option after surgery. Multifocal intraocular lens technology can decrease dependence on glasses after surgery. Ask our Minnesota and Western Wisconsin ophthalmologists about Pan Optix IOLs.
Our optical shops provide a wide selection of frames and lenses from your favorite brands. Our selection is frequently updated to provide our patients with the most current options. Just like our check ups and surgical procedures, we work with most insurers to provide the most affordable price on your favorite frames.
As a world class eye care provider, our doctors are leaders in their fields. To help our patients and contribute to the broader medical community, we capture their insights, research, and medical observations in our Knowledge Center articles.
There are nearly 30 million people in the United States and over 300 million worldwide who have been diagnosed with dry eye disease. Most of these patients have learned to live with eye discomfort and have become dependent on remedies…
The cornea focuses light on the retina to provide clear vision. A smooth, regular shape is critical for the cornea to focus light effectively. Keratoconus and other diseases make the cornea thinner and weaker, causing it to bulge into an…