Redefining the eye exam.
Insight Eye Care’s iExam program has redefined the traditional eye exam and is one of the ways Insight has become Central Minnesota’s top choice in optometry services. The iExam lets you see your doctor, every time. Building consistency of care helps make our clients welcome and confident in their eye care provider. Give yourself the gift of clear vision – schedule an appointment with your eye care provider today.
Our office welcomes Dr. Savannah Johnson!
Dr. Johnson has always been drawn to the healthcare field because she has a passion for helping others. “Vision is a sense I can’t imagine living without and to impact this aspect of someone’s life is truly humbling.” She enjoys the profession of optometry because she gets to know people from all walks of life and help them to see the world more clearly. Outside of her practice, Dr. Johnson enjoys traveling, wine tasting, watching Twins baseball at Target Field and spending time with her family. Dr. Johnson and her husband, Benjamin, have two children.see all of our provider bios
Early Diabetes Detection
Diabetes can have negative affects on your vision. If you or a loved one has diabetes or suspects they have diabetes please set up an appointment with one of our doctors to determine if there are an adverse vision affects and determine what some treatments might be.
Are you instyle?
Insight Eye Care offers our own line of high quality, great looking designer eyewear, perfect for any occasion. We take pride in providing our patients with the best eyewear at an affordable cost. Check out our online shop to see why instyle has become the recommended eyewear brand of industry professionals and is the official eye wear brand of Insight Eye Care.
Is Makeup Bad For Our Eyes?
People have been using makeup to enhance their unique, natural features for thousands of years. Over the millennia, the priority with these beauty products hasn’t always been hea…
The Wide Spectrum Of Visual Impairment
Most of the time, when we hear the word “blind,” we think that means total blindness, but it’s not always that simple. There is a wide range of visual impairment beyond what …