COVID-19 MESSAGE: In an effort to protect the well-being of our patients, staff and doctors, and following the recommendations of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our clinic for routine care until further notice. We will continue to see urgent and emergent patients only. If you have an eye emergency, please call our on-call doctor at 651-571-0717. We will continue to monitor the situation daily and update our website and voicemail as recommendations change. Thank you for your patience.

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    Conjunctivitis is by no means limited only to children. An infection or inflammation of the conjunctiva -- the membrane within the eyelid and protecting the white aspect of our eyes -- can occur in individuals of any age secondary to an infection, an allergic reaction or chemical irritation. Infectious

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  • How Vision Problems Affect Learning

    Reading is an instrumental part of your child’s ability to learn. In order to write complete sentences or do mathematical problems, a child must first be able to understand what is on the page in front of them. If your child is suffering from vision problems, it may be drastically interfering with

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  • Getting Kids to Wear Glasses

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