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Dr. Becker is a Minnesota-licensed optometrist. He is certified in therapeutics meaning he can treat infections related to the eye both with topical and oral medications. He will coordinate with your medical doctor to ensure seamless eye and medical care.

Eye Exams

Minnesota Liscensed Optometrist

Some of Our Cutting-Edge Equipment 

A high-tech instrument that captures an extremely precise scan of the eye. OCT is the biggest technological breakthrough for eyecare examination in years. This can measure retinal nerve fiber loss consistent with glaucoma to aid in early diagnosis and monitoring disease progression. It can also see underneath the retina for early detection of macular degeneration, facilitating prompt treatment, and helping to save eyesight.

OCT (Glaucoma Monitoring)

This machine captures images of the retina to help identify and document changes in blood vessels consistent with high blood pressure and diabetes. It can help monitor retinal lesions, tumors, scars, and many other issues

Retinal Photography

A computerized test to measure the overall entire field of vision. It has the capability of identifying loss of vision from not only diseases affecting the eye itself, but also conditions of the central nervous system such as strokes, tumors, and multiple sclerosis.

Visual Field Testing

We have instruments which capture detailed measurments of the cornea and help diagnose and monitor diseases such as Keratoconus, Fuch's Dystrophy, and Corneal Degeneration.

Corneal Disease Testing

Autorefraction allows computerized prescription measurement for infants and the elderly. A computerized instrument that quickly and accurately measures your vision prescription without the patient having to say a word! We have multiple autorefractors here, each with their own purpose. These come in handy for young patients or patients who have physical or mental impairments. 


Are You Developing Cataracts?

Cataracts are a common eye condition that causes the eye's lens to become cloudy, leading to blurry vision and sensitivity to glare. They are often age-related but can also be caused by other factors. Diagnosis involves a comprehensive eye exam by an optometrist. Cataracts are typically treated with surgery to replace the cloudy lens with an artificial one, improving vision and quality of life. If you suspect cataracts, schedule an eye exam for proper evaluation and treatment options.

Ready to Take Your Eyecare to a New Level?  

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