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Comprehensive Eye Examinations in Prior Lake

Annual eye examinations are crucial, regardless of your age or overall health and at Complete Family Eyecare, we take these comprehensive examinations seriously. Dr. Steve Reinders and Dr. Sarah Board have almost 40 years of combined experience in this area and will utilize their experience and the most advanced technology to assess your eye health which is also an insight into your overall health and wellbeing. They will also use their expertise in determining your most accurate eyewear and contact prescriptions to maximize your visual performance.

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At your Comprehensive Eye Examination, Dr. Steve and Dr. Sarah will thoroughly check your “refraction” which determines the best combination of lenses to make your vision as clear as possible. This is the classic “which is better lens one or lens two?” testing that you may have had at previous examinations. This testing allows us to determine which or the following conditions you may have that may cause blurred vision and can usually be corrected by eyeglasses or contact lenses.

Farsightedness: Sighted for far and may have difficulty with near vision tasks. Click here for full description.

Nearsightedness: Sighted for near and may have difficulty with distance vision tasks. Click here for full descriptions.

Astigmatism: Distance and near blur caused by irregularly shaped cornea or lens. Click here for full description.

Presbyopia: The dreaded “less young” process of decreased near vision past the age of 40 often resulting in reading glasses or multifocal eyewear. Click here for full description.

Dr. Steve and Dr. Sarah will also use their extensive knowledge and experience in eye health examination to determine if you may have any indications of eye disease processes such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, retinal detachment, or other medical problems that may adversely affect your vision now or in the future.

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Only the Most Advanced Technology

Being the passionate eye doctors that they are, Dr. Steve and Dr. Sarah have invested in the best technology to ensure that your “comprehensive” examination is as comprehensive as possible. From the beginning of your examination experience beginning in our high tech pre-test room, to the state of the art examination rooms, we are confident that you will be impressed with our dedication to making your eye health and vision assessment as thorough and educational as possible.

Eye Exams for Children

Early detection of childhood vision difficulties are crucial for proper visual development. 1 in 4 school aged children have vision problems, yet 40% of children under 5 have never had their vision tested. Even children who appear to see well should receive a comprehensive eye examination to rule out any visual or eye health concerns.

Children with existing vision problems or risk factors should have their eyes examined more frequently. Common risk factors for vision problems include:

  • premature birth
  • developmental delays
  • turned or crossed eyes
  • family history of eye disease
  • history of eye injury
  • other physical illness or disease

Click here to learn more about Pediatric Eye Care.

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We suggest all children to be seen for routine examinations starting at age 3 or sooner if you have any concerns with your child’s eyes.

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Contact Lens Eye Examination

If you wear contact lenses or if you are interested in wearing them, visit us for a contact lens examination. During your contact lens evaluation, Dr. Steve or Dr. Sarah will discuss your visual needs, determine your exact contact lens prescription, and take the specific measurements needed to find the best contact lenses for your eyes and your lifestyle.

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