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All You Need to Know

It’s critical to make an appointment for a thorough eye examination as soon as you notice any changes in your vision. With millions of people affected by visual impairments globally, early identification allows us to provide cutting-edge treatments and preventive steps to preserve comfortable, clear vision.

Our board-certified medical professionals at Art of Optiks are committed to giving you the finest care possible for ocular disorders, so you may fully enjoy life. We take the time to learn about your unique needs in order to tailor treatment regimens. Our knowledgeable staff is dedicated to treating ocular ailments to the highest standard, drawing from our vast expertise in the field of eye care.


What is an Ocular Disease?

Any disorders that impair the state of your eyes and eyesight, affecting individuals of all ages, are considered ocular illnesses. Younger and healthier people can also be at risk for certain diseases, even though older folks are typically associated with them. A wide range of common eye diseases may be accurately identified and effectively managed by the skilled medical specialists at Art of Optiks. We highly advise routine comprehensive eye examinations or pediatric eye exams to promote optimal eye health and enable early diagnosis and treatment of ocular problems. Specifically, throughout these tests, we pay attention to:


  • Blepharitis
  • Cataracts
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Glaucoma
  • Dry Eye Syndrome
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Hypertensive Retinopathy
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Retinal Detachments

Ocular Disease Diagnosis and Treatment

Your vision is our first focus at Art of Optiks. Our goal is to provide you with the greatest eyesight possible so you may live life to the fullest. Our doctors keep up with the most recent advancements in optometry and technology, so your sessions will be quick and enjoyable. We are aware of how quickly optometrist technology is developing and how important it is to work with an eye doctor who is committed to remaining up to date on the most recent developments in eye care. He has received cutting-edge training.

Our knowledgeable doctors can precisely diagnose and treat a variety of vision disorders, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy, using state-of-the-art technologies. Better long-term results are possible when these diseases are identified and diagnosed early enough for us to create individualized treatment regimens that cater to your unique needs. Our specialists are now able to treat patients more proactively because of continuous improvements in the treatment of eye illnesses.

Cataract Surgery Co-Management


When the eye’s lens becomes cloudy, it’s a sign of cataract development, which obstructs clear image transmission to the retina and leads to various levels of vision impairment. While aging is a primary factor, risks like diabetes, smoking, and prolonged UV exposure can exacerbate the condition. Age-related changes in the lens structure also contribute to cataract development.

During a comprehensive eye examination, our specialists meticulously examine the lens for early signs of cataracts. If vision is significantly affected, we may recommend cataract surgery with a renowned specialist, and Art of Optiks will provide comprehensive pre- and post-operative care.

Metabolic changes in lens fibers contribute to cataract progression, causing a loss of transparency. Cataract surgery, performed by an ophthalmologist in a surgical setting, promptly replaces the cloudy natural lens with a synthetic one. This minimally invasive procedure, combined with the brief recovery period following local anesthesia, allows for a swift return to regular activities with improved vision and minimal discomfort.


Diabetic Eye Disease


Patients with diabetes may develop glaucoma and cataracts, among other eye conditions. Diabetic retinopathy, however, is the most well-known diabetic eye condition. Only those who have diabetes are susceptible to the visual condition known as diabetic retinopathy. This eye condition affects patients when the blood vessel network supplying the retina starts to bulge or leak. It’s crucial that people with diabetes have a thorough eye checkup every year since in the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, there may not be any symptoms at all.

Blurred vision or dark or black patches in your field of vision are early indicators of diabetic retinopathy. The cause of these symptoms, which worsen with time, is bleeding in the back of your eye. Your retina cannot provide a clear image to your brain while you are bleeding. You run the risk of developing diabetic retinopathy regardless of the kind of diabetes you already have. As the danger increases with illness duration, patients must maintain their blood sugar levels to prevent eyesight loss. A vitrectomy or laser surgery are two possible treatments for diabetic retinopathy.

Glaucoma Testing and Treatment


Glaucoma is more common than macular degeneration, causing preventable vision loss and blindness. Contrary to the misconception of it being a single disease, glaucoma encompasses a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve due to elevated intraocular pressure(s). Early detection of glaucoma is crucial as it can be managed effectively, preventing blindness and significant visual loss. Patients are advised to schedule routine comprehensive eye examinations that include glaucoma screening, as early identification and treatment can halt its progression. Our experts conduct various tests to assess intraocular pressure and detect early signs of glaucoma in the optic nerve. Glaucoma presents in a wide range of forms today, including:


  • Primary Open-Angle (POAG)
  • Normal-Tension or Low-Tension
  • Angle-Closure
  • Congenital
  • Secondary
  • Pigmentary


Depending on the type and stage of glaucoma, treatment may involve medicated prescription eye drops, oral medications, laser therapy, and minor surgical procedures. Our doctors are available to offer guidance and care for all your glaucoma-related concerns.


Macular Degeneration


One of the main causes of blindness in the modern world is macular degeneration, an eye condition that primarily affects the elderly and runs in families. Macular degeneration is a condition in which the macula, a portion of the retina responsible for center, crisp vision, gradually deteriorates, resulting in blindness or decreased vision. As of right now, macular degeneration has no recognized treatment. To stop the illness from becoming worse and causing blindness, there are treatment choices and preventative steps available. In order to detect macular degeneration in its early stages, it is essential that you speak candidly with our specialists if you are experiencing blurred central vision. At the moment, macular degeneration mostly comes in two forms:


  • Dry Macular Degeneration:
    •  As this eye illness progresses more slowly and usually results in less severe vision loss, dry macular degeneration is the less aggressive variant. For early detection, yearly consultations are essential since our doctors are able to identify it during thorough eye exams. Elevated doses of zinc and antioxidants are frequently used in treatment, since they have been demonstrated to decelerate the decline in eyesight. Our goal is to maintain long-term eye health and protect your eyesight by scheduling frequent examinations and necessary treatments.



  • Wet Macular Degeneration:
    •  This is the most severe form of this ocular condition and can cause a sudden blurriness in your central vision. If you experience this symptom, we strongly recommend scheduling an urgent appointment with one of our physicians. Macular degeneration occurs due to abnormal blood vessel growth and leakage, resulting in the formation of scar tissue. Treatment options for this eye condition may include laser surgery, direct injections of light-sensitive dyes, and medications specifically designed for macular degeneration.


Locations & Doctors

Each patient at Art of Optiks receives the best possible optical knowledge and care from a team of very talented physicians. Providing our patients with exceptional care and education about their visual issues is our top priority. At every step of the journey, our experts keep a transparent atmosphere with each patient, making them informed and responsive. Art of Optiks will consistently give you the best possible customer experience with convenience and simplicity.

Currently, we have two locations that offer a variety of services to our patients. We have offices located in Wayzata and Edina, Minnesota with doctors Timothy Haupert and Victoria Whitman.

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