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Understanding Premium IOLs: Beyond Basic Cataract Surgery

Over the years cataract surgery has evolved significantly, offering patients more than just restored vision. At Northwest Eye, we provide a variety of premium intraocular lens (IOLs) options designed to enhance vision and reduce or eliminate the need for glasses. Our team at Northwest Eye is here to help you achieve your vision goals after… Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in News on June 18, 2024


Insight into Your Eyes: The Role of Dilation in Eye Care

Have you ever wondered why eye doctors dilate your eyes during an exam? It may seem like a minor inconvenience, but there’s a crucial reason behind this common practice. At Northwest Eye, we believe in the importance of comprehensive eye care, and dilation is a fundamental aspect of ensuring the health and wellness of your… Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in News on May 14, 2024


Screen Time and Dry Eye Symptoms 

Tips for Digital Device Users  In today’s digital age, screens are an integral part of our daily lives. From smartphones to computers, we rely on these devices for work, communication, and entertainment. While using digital devices will not permanently damage your eyes, prolonged screen time can cause temporary discomfort. These adverse effects are often symptoms… Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in Dry Eye, News on April 15, 2024


Safe Viewing for the Solar Eclipse!

Explore essential guidance from the American Academy of Ophthalmology to assist you in getting ready for the captivating spectacle of a solar eclipse on April 8th! With the moon aligning between the sun and Earth, forming a celestial phenomenon, it’s vital to prioritize the safety of your vision.

Posted by: Northwest Eye in News on March 29, 2024


The Aging Eye

Understanding Common Vision Changes and Treatment Options  As we age our bodies go through a multitude of changes, and our eyes are no exception. The aging process brings several alterations in our vison, some of which are inevitable, while others can be managed with proper care and treatment. Understanding these changes can help you maintain… Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in News on March 15, 2024


olor Vision in Children: What Parents Should Know

Color Vision in Children: What Parents Should Know

As parents, we marvel at the world through our children’s eyes, witnessing their exploration of colors, shapes, and the magic of everyday life. Yet, what if their perception of these vibrant hues is different? Color vision in children is a fascinating aspect of their visual development. At Northwest Eye, our pediatric eye specialists, including Dr…. Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in Pediatrics on February 12, 2024


Three Reasons to Choose Northwest Eye for Pediatric Eye Care

When it comes to the health and well-being of your child, proper eye care is essential for their overall development. At Northwest Eye, we are proud to be the largest freestanding pediatric clinic in the Midwest and are honored to be a trusted partner in safeguarding your child’s vision. With commitment to excellence, advanced technology,… Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in News on February 1, 2024


Glaucoma Care and Prevention blog

Safeguarding Vision: Glaucoma Care and Prevention

Glaucoma, often referred to as the “silent thief of sight,” quietly creeps up on individuals, causing irreversible damage to the optic nerve. Many people are unaware of its presence until it’s too late, as glaucoma typically progresses without noticeable symptoms until significant vision loss occurs. At Northwest Eye, we recognize the importance of understanding glaucoma… Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in Glaucoma on January 19, 2024


November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month 

How can diabetes affect my eye health?  Diabetes can take a toll on your health in various ways — it affects your heart, kidneys, peripheral nerves, skin, and, yes, your eyes. Diabetes can damage blood vessels all over your body. And the blood vessels in your eyes are no exception. What is diabetic macular edema… Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in News on November 27, 2023


Northwest Eye Optical Announces Fall Trunk Shows

Stop by Northwest Eye Optical and join us for our Fall Trunk Shows! Shop the latest brands and styles before anyone else. What is a Trunk Show?Looking for a new frame is one of the most exciting parts of wearing glasses, and going to a trunk show can really rev up the excitement. At a… Read More

Posted by: Northwest Eye in Events, News on September 25, 2023


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Serving Our Community

With six locations throughout the Twin Cities metro area, Northwest Eye is among the largest eye care providers in the Midwest. Be Eye Wise and schedule a general eye exam or a specific service consultation today. We have optical  at the following offices:  Golden Valley, Minnetonka, Maple Grove, St. Anthony, and Wayzata, MN.

8501 Golden Valley Rd.,
Suite 100 & 200
Golden Valley, MN 55427
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12501 Whitewater Drive, Suite 110
Minnetonka, MN 55343
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12000 Elm Creek Blvd N., Suite 100
Maple Grove, MN 55369
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2601 39th Ave NE., Suite 1
St. Anthony, MN 55421
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250 Central Ave N., Suites 105 & 107, Optical Suite 106
Wayzata, MN 55391
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7125 Tamarack Rd, Suite 150,
Woodbury, MN 55125
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11091 Ulysses St NE., Suite 400
Blaine, MN 55434
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9801 Dupont Ave S., Suite 100
Bloomington, MN 55431
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10709 Wayzata Blvd., Suites 100 & 120
Minnetonka, MN 55305
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