Eye Care

Your Exam

Clear vision begins with healthy eyes. At Look + See® Eye Care, your doctor will provide a comprehensive evaluation of your vision and eye health. Our doctors provide eye care that is thorough, comfortable, and accurate.  We are licensed to prescribe medication and treat disease of the eye. If your doctor finds a problem that requires specialty care, we will refer you to the appropriate specialist.

Visual Acuity

This measures how well you can see from a distance. Your doctor will ask you to identify different letters of the alphabet projected on a monitor across the exam room. The lines of type get smaller as you move down the chart.

Screening Visual Field

This is a measurement of your peripheral vision, or vision that is off to the sides, above, and below (rather than directly in front of you). Occasionally, a more in-depth measurement of peripheral vision is needed. Your doctor may order an AUTOMATED VISUAL FIELD EXAM, which is a computerized measurement of peripheral vision used to screen for disease.

Binocular Vision Evaluation

This measures how well your two eyes work together, and is used to detect problems with coordination between the two eyes. Many people experience blur and eyestrain because of a lack of eye muscle coordination. Your doctor may also perform a STEREOPSIS EVALUATION, which measures the ability of your eyes to work together.


This is a procedure done by showing a series of lens choices to you to determine the most accurate prescription to provide you with the sharpest, clearest, most comfortable vision.

Pupils + Extraocular Motility

These tests measure the function of your pupils and the muscles that move your eyes to screen for neurological conditions.

Glaucoma Screening

New technology allows us to measure the pressure in your eyes without using drops or the dreaded “air puff” test. Glaucoma is a symptomless disease that can cause blindness, and your exam includes screening for this “silent thief” of sight.

iWellness Screening

Early detection of eye disease is often the key to preventing vision loss. Technology is now available to offer your doctor new information that aids in determining the current health of your eyes, as well as your risk for eye disease later. Click the iWellness tab above to learn more.

iWellness Screening

Digital Retinal Imaging

Digital Retinal Imaging

This technology uses high-resolution, digital photography to capture and image of the back of the eye, including the retina, optic nerve, and blood vessels.

Optical Coherence Tomography

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

This sophisticated instrument uses ultrasound to take precision measurements of nerve and retinal tissue for the earliest possible detection of retina and optic nerve disease, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy. The iWellness Screening includes a screening scan.

Dilation Eye Care


This procedure uses drops to gently open the pupil so your doctor may see all around the inside of your eyes to allow for detection of retinal disease, including retinal detachment. Drops may cause light sensitivity or blurred near vision. Talk to your doctor if you are concerned about the use of drops.

Additional Services

Amsler Grid

This screening is performed on patients over 60 and those with risk factors for macular (retina) disease. This simple test can aid in the detection of macular degeneration and other disorders of the central retina.

Corneal Topography

This procedure measures the curvature of the cornea (surface of the eye) to aid in detection of corneal disease (such as keratoconus), as well as determining whether laser vision correction is right for you.

Refractive Surgery Consultation

Interested in reducing your dependence on glasses or contacts? Talk to your doctor to determine whether laser vision correction is right for you.

Color Vision Evaluation

This procedure is used to detect inherited or acquired color vision defects.

Cataract, Refractive, Ocular Surgery Comanagement

Whether you’re considering laser vision correction or require surgical management of your eye condition, you will receive a thorough explanation of your treatment options, and a consultation with a highly-qualified surgeon when appropriate. We have a network of experienced doctors we consult with for patients requiring specialty eye care.

Contact Lens Evaluation and Fitting

Interested in contacts? Having trouble with the contacts you already wear? Come see us! We offer a wide variety of all contact lens types, including soft, rigid gas permeable, hybrid, multifocal, and lenses for astigmatism. Your doctor will determine the right lens type for you, and evaluate the impact of lens wear on the health of your eyes.

Urgent Eye Problems

When something’s wrong with your eyes, you don’t want to wait. We offer same day appointments for patients requiring urgent eye care. You don’t need to wait weeks to see your regular doctor when you can be seen right away for:
Eye Injuries

Pink Eye or Other Eye Infection


Floaters & Spots


Eye Pain



Specialty Eye Care

Look + See® Eye Care is committed to providing quality eye care both in our office and through a network of highly trained eye specialists. If you require specialty diagnosis or care, you may be referred to one of these area clinicians. Look + See® Eye Care coordinates your referral, treatment, and follow-up communications with these expert providers:


Minnesota Eye Consultants
710 E 24th St, Ste 100
Minneapolis, MN 55404


VitreoRetinal Surgery, P.A.
710 E 24th St, Ste 103
Minneapolis, MN 55404


University of Minnesota
Pediatrics and Adult Strabismus
420 Delaware St
Minneapolis, MN 55455


Minnesota Eye Consultants
710 E 24th St, Ste 100
Minneapolis, MN 55404


University of Minnesota

Department of Neuro-Ophthalmology

420 Delaware St

Minneapolis, MN 55455



Minnesota Vision Therapy Center
1650 W 82nd St # 800
Bloomington, MN 55431
(952) 844-0844