Your Neighborhood Doctors of Optometry at Pearle Vision
Dr. Heather Jackson, Optometrist, and Associates - St Louis Park
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At Dr. Heather Jackson, Optometrist, and Associates - St Louis Park, we are a dedicated team of eye care experts that provide you and your family the highest quality eye care experience. Combined with our personal commitment to care for the person behind the eyes, our state-of-the-art technology and equipment allow us to provide you with an optimal vision care solution designed just for you.
Located inside Pearle Vision
8510 Highway 7
St. Louis Park
, MN 55426
St. Louis Park
Located inside Pearle Vision
|Day of the Week||Hours|
|Monday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
- Walk-in Exams
- Same Day Exams
- Medical Eye Exams
- Computer Vision
- Contact Lens Fittings
- Contact Lens Exams
- Diabetic Exams
- Online Scheduling
We work with most major health and vision plans.
- Health Partners
- Minnesota Care
- Preferred One
About Dr. Heather Jackson
Dr. Heather Jackson grew up in Glenwood City, WI and completed her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. She went to the University of Missouri - St. Louis where she earned her Doctor of Optometry degree and gained experience in pediatrics, ocular disease, contact lens, and vision therapy. Dr. Jackson joined Pearle Vision in 2020 and enjoys seeing children and adults of all ages.
Undergraduate degree from University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. Doctor of Optometry degree from University of Missouri - St. Louis.
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Frequently Asked Questions
about Dr. Heather Jackson, Optometrist, and Associates - St Louis Park, St. Louis Park
When should I see an optometrist?
You should see an optometrist once a year whether or not you believe you need vision correction. An annual eye exam can detect not only eye diseases but also other diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure. Schedule your eye exam today.
What should I bring to my eye exam?
You should bring your vision insurance and medical insurance information to your eye exam. If you currently wear any prescription lenses, bring your eyeglasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses. You should also bring any and all questions you may have. Contact your optometrist if you have specific questions about any additional items you think you may need to bring to your eye exam.
How do I know if my child needs glasses?
Taking your child to an optometrist for an eye exam is the best way to learn if your child needs glasses. Many children who need glasses aren’t aware that they do. Signs of vision problems in children include sitting too close to the television, squinting, sensitivity to light, difficulty with eye-hand coordination, and avoiding visual activities like reading and drawing. To see if your child needs glasses, schedule your child’s eye exam today.
How does vision change with age?
Changes in vision that occur with age include reduced pupil size, dry eyes, loss of peripheral vision, decreased color vision, and vitreous detachment. The most common vision problem that comes with age is presbyopia, which is the normal and unavoidable age-related loss of focusing ability. Different types of lenses can provide help for presbyopia. The risk of developing cataracts, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy increases with age too. Your optometrist will discuss any age-related vision problems you’re experiencing at your next annual eye exam.
Who can wear contact lenses?
Nearly anyone who needs vision correction can wear contact lenses. Contact lenses can provide vision correction for people with nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or a combination of these issues. Finding the perfect lens for you is sometimes a process of trial and error. All of the lens parameters can be finalized only after you’ve worn the successful combination. Schedule an eye exam to talk with your optometrist about whether contact lenses would be a good vision correction option for you.
Your Yearly Eye Exam
Annual eye exams are a recommended cornerstone for ensuring the health of your eyes. In addition to checking for changes in your vision and updating your prescription, your doctor will also look at your overall eye health, internally and externally.Learn More
What To Expect At Your Eye Exam
You should never be kept in the dark about the health of your eyes and your vision. Yearly eye exams may last up to an hour or more depending on your individual needs and usually involve a variety of tests to make sure everything is looking great.Learn More
PROTECT YOUR EYES FROM UV RAYS
As the sun stays up longer, don't forget to protect your eyes from powerful UV rays that can cause long term damage.Learn More
DID YOU KNOW YOUR VISION BENEFITS MAY EXPIRE SOON?
A friendly reminder from your neighborhood eye doctor to use your family's vision benefits before they expire. Many vision plans do not roll over into the next year, so if you don't use your vision benefits you may end up losing them.Learn More
WHY KIDS NEED EYE CARE
Children use their eyes constantly throughout the day to read, write, view the chalkboard, work on computers, and play sports. The strain put on their eyes only grows as they get older. While print in books gets smaller, hours spent studying increases. If parents don't get their children proper vision care, they can fall behind in every aspect of development.Learn More