FAMILY EYE DOCTORS FOR THE BURNSVILLE AREA
Complete Family Eyecare was founded in 2010 with a vision of providing unique eye care services to Burnsville, Lakeville, Savage, Prior Lake, Eagan, Apple Valley and South Minneapolis-Saint Paul Metro area.
Optometrist Dr. Steve Reinders served at Park Nicollet Clinic for 17 years before opening his own eye clinic (Complete Family Eyecare) with the goal of providing a more personal, patient focused experience in eye care. Together with his wife Jennifer, they built CFE from an empty shell into a state of the art eye clinic.
While utilizing the most current technologies to address all of your eye care needs, Dr. Steve and his entertaining staff still strive to make your experience an enjoyable and educational event – instead of just another dull medical visit.
Areas of Specialty
Our areas of specialty are:
- Contact lens fitting
- Custom contact lenses (colored, bifocal)
- Dry eye evaluation and management
- Glaucoma management
- Diabetic eye care
- Computer vision syndrome
- Lasik consultation
- Senior’s vision
- K-12 school aged children
Why Choose Us?
Dr. Reinder’s optometry clinic in Burnsville focuses on the highest quality, personalized eye care for you and your family. Our practice is conveniently located in Burnsville MN, and serves the areas of Prior Lake, Savage, Eagan, Apple Valley, Shakopee and Lakeville.
Our Eye Exam Technology
We use the latest eye exam technology at our clinic which allows us to provide a highly customized and accurate diagnosis of your eyes and recommendations for eyeglasses and contact lenses or surgery as needed.
Combined with Dr. Reinder’s optometry skills and the performance of our diagnostic equipment, we can offer diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of eye problems and diseases at our Burnsville eye clinic.
Wouldn’t you agree that having the most accurate measurements of your eyes will allow you to have the best eyeglasses or contact lenses for your comfort and needs?
Eye disease treatment
Protecting the health of your eyes will ensure your best vision possible. Your eyes are susceptible to a wide range of health threats, including injury, foreign bodies and eye diseases. At Complete Family Eyecare, we provide comprehensive eye care that includes detailed eye exams and the detection, diagnosis and management of eye problems, including:
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases in which the optic nerve that transmits the eye’s image to the brain is under pressure greater than what is can withstand. This pressure damages the nerve causing permanent vision loss.
Diabetic Retinal Disease
With the recent increased incidence of diabetes in the general population, the potential for serious vision loss due to diabetes has increased also. Diabetes can cause several ocular complications and the most vision threatening complication is diabetic retinopathy (disease of the retina due to diabetes). Most diabetic patients will develop some amount of mild retinopathy over decades of having the disease. However some patients will develop severe retinopathy resulting in potential severe vision loss.
Inside of your eye, directly by the pupil, sits a small lens about the size of a plain M&M. This lens is responsible for focusing light on the retina in the back of the eye. Any clouding of this lens is called a cataract.
Age related Macular Degeneration (AMD) the leading cause of blindness in the United States. Advancements in medical technology and health awareness have significantly lengthened the average lifespans of Americans and others living in developed countries. This longevity is a “double-edged sword” as now people are living longer but they are developing age-related conditions such as AMD.
The Right Choice
Whether you need a regular eye examination, a need for contact lenses, treatment for eye disease (such as glaucoma, keratoconus or macular degeneration) or eye surgery (such as LASIK or cataract surgery), our Burnsville optometrist will provide you with the best advice, treatment and answer all your questions you might have about the health of your eyes.