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Welcome to Complete Eye Care of Medina
Your Optometrist Servicing Medina, Plymouth and Maple Grove

Complete Eye Care of Medina is an MGD doctor and provider of LipiFlow treatments.
Call us today at 763-478-3505.

Your eyes play an important role in your perceptions of the world. When problems occur and you notice changes in your vision, it is important to seek treatment from an eye doctor in Medina so that you can identify the reasons for the visual changes and take appropriate steps to maintain your eyes. Our optometrists at Complete Eye Care of Medina, also serving Plymouth, Maple Grove and surrounding areas, has the tools to diagnose potential health concerns and treat the underlying cause so that your eyes are as healthy as possible.

The Way We Work -

Utilizing some of the most advanced digital and screening technology in the country, our clinic takes a one-on-one approach to your eye health. During a visit to our clinic, a professional eye doctor will evaluate the health of your eyes and your current vision through a comprehensive eye exam. In some cases, we also provide a simple, non-abrasive, comfortable test to determine your risk of glaucoma or other eye health concerns if you show signs of potential problems.

Staff in our clinic uses the information provided by a professional to help you find the right glasses or lenses for your goals. We also have the tools to help you select the right contact lenses if you feel uncomfortable wearing glasses or need contacts due to your current lifestyle and situation. Our one-on-one approach allows us to focus on your goals so that you have the appropriate tools to address concerns about your vision.

Our Services

The services we provide ultimately depend on your goals and the health of your eyes. As a general rule, we recommend that you have a regular eye exam, once per year, so that you can catch potential health concerns early. We provide an eye exam to check on your vision, determine the appropriate prescription for glasses or contacts, and to evaluate your risk of developing more severe eye health concerns.

Other services we offer include:

  • Lasik eye surgery co-management
  • Cataract eye surgery co-management
  • Measuring and fitting contact lenses
  • Assisting with your selection of glasses or contact lens materials
  • Assessing the way your eyes focus and move
  • Identifying health concerns, such as glaucoma risks, as early as possible
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Dry Eye
  • Myopia control (corneal reshaping therapy)
  • Vision Therapy

Depending on the current health of your eyes, our doctors make recommendations for different ways to maintain your vision or handle potential problems. In some cases, you might need more regular eye exams to keep up with changes to your vision or to ensure that any eye health concerns do not worsen over time. Since we take a one-on-one approach to your eye health, we maintain clear records about your eyes and the changes that occur over time. We also perform glaucoma, macular degeneration and dry eye tests to provide appropriate pre and post-surgery care when you choose to go through Lasik and Cataract eye surgery.

Keep your eyes as healthy as possible by getting regular exams and working with a team of experienced professionals. Let us evaluate your eyes and keep track of the way that your vision changes over time. Contact us today to set up an appointment or for more details about our services.


Gina Wesley
Medina Optometrist | Complete Eye Care of Medina | 763-478-3505
170 Westfalen Trail Medina
Medina, MN 55340

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Meet Our Optometrists

  • Dr.
    Gina Wesley
    OD, MS, FAAO
    Dr. Wesley grew up in Pipestone, Minnesota and received her bachelor’s degree at the College of Saint Benedict. She then went on to The Ohio State University, where she pursued concurrent degrees in both clinical optometry and masters in vision science.

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  • Dr.
    Joelle Holland
    Dr. Holland graduated from West Bloomfield High School in West Bloomfield, MI and attended Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, MI where she earned her Bachelors of Biomedical Sciences. She obtained her Doctorate in Optometry from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, Illinois.

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  • "Leif was struggling to read at grade level prior to therapy and now has progressed above. He has progressed enough so he no longer needs special reading help at school. Leif is now happy to read as it is 'way easier"
    March 2017

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