At Cornea and Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota, we specialize in contact lens fittings, whether you need a complex fitting or a basic soft lens, you have come to the right place. We strive to meet all of your eye and vision care needs, and do our best to find the perfect contact lenses for your needs. After a comprehensive eye health evaluation the doctor will discuss the variety of contact lens options with you to select the type that best fits your vision needs and lifestyle. If you suffer from dry eye, allergies, or recurring eye infections, speak with our staff to determine which contact lenses are right for you.

Prior to prescribing contact lenses, Dr. Holland will evaluate your needs and take into account your lifestyle. To schedule an appointment for a vision evaluation with our Edina optometrist, call (952) 300-2151 today.

After determining the level of refractive error, Dr. Holland work with you to determine which contact lenses are best for your needs. Contact lenses come in many different options, ranging in modality and material.

Our doctors at Cornea and Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota work with the most technologically advanced contact lenses out there today. If you are wondering about or want to learn more about a particular lens type or manufacturer, Cornea and Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota is the clinic to help you.

Scleral Lenses

Scleral Contact Lenses are large gas permeable lenses that are used specifically to treat eyes with various eye diseases. These lenses can be used to treat eyes that otherwise cannot see, are painful, dry, chronically irritated, or suffer from chronic eyelid spasms to improve vision, comfort, and eye health. These lenses offer greater protection then typical gas permeable lenses because they rest on the sclera and not on the cornea. This makes them safer and more comfortable for patients.

The Scleral Lens Education Society is a non-profit organization started in 2009 to increase awareness of the benefits of scleral lenses and assist practitioners in gaining the expertise to fit these lenses, so as to make them available to as many people as could benefit from their use. You can learn more about the Scleral Lens Education Society:

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If you suffer from an eye disease such as keratoconus, severe dry eyes, chronic eye pain, blepharospasm, or poor vision as a result of eye trauma or failed surgery, scleral lenses may provide life-changing benefits to you and your eyes.  We are a widely recognized leader in scleral lens fitting and care. We offer more scleral lens design options than any other provider in the nation.  Please contact our office for an evaluation if you feel that you may benefit from scleral lenses.