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In honor of Independence Day, PineCone Vision Center will be closed Tuesday, July 4, 2017.
Melissa Lopez is currently a student at Illinois College of Optometry after completing her undergraduate studies at the College of St. Benedict.
We're are celebrating 13 years of serving our patients with highest quality of eye care! Thank you all for being a part of PineCone Vision Center!
We are very excited to now be offering Oakley! Check out our video!
Polarized lenses can make a huge improvement in your ability to see while outdoors. Get a pair of prescription polarized sunglasses at PineCone Vision Center!
Our office will be open on Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 9 am to noon.
In observance of Memorial Day, our office will be closed on Monday, May 29, 2017
Dr. Kevy Simmons presented the PineCone Vision Center scholarship award at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School.
If you’re wondering about reading glasses and whether they’re right for you as you age, we have some insights to help you learn more about “cheaters”.
Eye strain is a fairly common condition for people these days. Here are some tips to reduce eye strain associated with headaches, blurred vision and more.
There’s nothing better than jumping into a pool, lake, river, or any body of water really, on a hot summer day. Swimming is great for your health; it’s easy on your joints while still being a great full body workout. However, swimming is not always great for your eye health. Whether you’re wearing contact lenses or not, it’s important to know all about swimming and eye care. Here is an overview of swimmer’s eye and what swimming can mean for your eye health.
Dr. Hinkemeyer and fellow members of the Minnesota Optometric Association were honored to speak with Congressman Tom Emmer recently about issues affecting optometry in Minnesota. We are so proud to have doctors that care deeply about these issues and improving the quality of eye care for all patients in our state.