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YOUR PREMIER CONTACT LENS SPECIALIST

Dedicated Eye Doctors in Edina -
Cornea and Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota

At the Cornea and Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota everyone is dedicated to creating a premium experience for our specialty contact lens patients.

We realize that many of our patients have searched endlessly for answers to their complicated visual needs. Since the clinic’s inception our eye doctors have been industry leaders and educators in the field of “specialty contact lenses.”

Our state of the art technology and expertise has given thousands of patients an individual approach to maximizing their vision. Our optometrists’ are dedicated to providing the highest level of eye care to all our patients and provide vision care to your whole family.

At Cornea and Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota, we specialize in the ‘front of the eye’ including keratoconus and other corneal conditions, dry eyes, emergency care and myopia management. If you have been told you cannot wear contact lenses, scleral contact lenses might be the solution you have searching for.

Book an appointment with Dr. Zachary Holland and Dr. Katelyn Schneider, optometrists in Edina, and receive the quality attention of our premier contact lens specialists.

Unique Eyecare at Cornea and Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota

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Customized Myopia Management


Let us help your child reduce their risk of worsening myopia and developing ocular disease and vision loss with our effective myopia management program.

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In-office Dry Eye Treatments


Suffering from dry eye disease can impact your quality of life by diminishing your enjoyment of daily activities such as reading or driving.

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Custom-Fit Contact Lenses


Our office provides custom-made scleral lenses for irregular corneas, dry eye and other hard-to-fit patients for optimal vision and superior comfort.

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Corneal Cross-Linking


If you have keratoconus, corneal Cross-Linking is the most effective procedure to slow down or stop your keratoconus from worsening.

Myopia Management and Ortho-K in Edina, Minnesota

Who is Myopia Management for?


Myopia Management is recommended for any child with myopia. This treatment is effective in slowing the progression of myopia in older children and young adults, when myopia is expected to progress faster.

We also provide Ortho-k, a system for adults that is an alternative to laser vision correction (LASIK) and provides clear vision without using glasses or day-time contact lenses.

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Meet Our Eye Doctors In Edina

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Hours & Location


We have convenient hours and are easy to find!

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At Cornea and Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota, our optometry staff works together to ensure your visit is comfortable and completed in a timely manner. We have a qualified team of professionals that will work around your busy schedule and address any questions or concerns prior to your appointment.

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