Welcome to the Eye Care Associates newsletter
We thank you for being a patient and hope you will enjoy this information about our practice and your overall eye health.
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Q: What types of eye problems do the doctors treat?
Eye Care Associates has eight ophthalmologists and two optometrists available to treat the full range of eye issues. MORE
Here are the most common vision problems that we treat:
The most common vision problems that patients experience are refractive errors, more commonly known as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia. MORE
We have a new Visioffice System at our downtown eyeglass shop; City Eyewear.
This technology creates exclusive, personalized lenses with measurements so precise that patients to the world more clearly than ever before. MORE
Same day appointments are always available for acute eye problems.
Have you considered laser vision correction?
A number of our ophthalmologists are highly experienced in helping patients eliminate or reduce their need for contacts and eyeglasses used for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism.
Our surgeons utilize the most advanced laser vision and refractive surgery techniques. In less than 15 minutes, they can alter the shape of the cornea to improve uncorrected vision. Laser vision correction procedures are highly effective. After their procedures, most patients no longer need contacts or eye glasses for distance vision.
The Eye Care Associates ophthalmologists perform the majority of their surgeries at the renowned Phillips Eye Institute, an outstanding hospital dedicated to ophthalmic treatment and surgery. Phillips Eye Institute is located between 22nd and 24th Streets on Park Avenue in Minneapolis.
After surgery, the doctors and their staff personally attend and administer all postoperative care. At Eye Care Associates we strongly believe that surgeons provide the best postoperative care.