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Dakota Eye Institute | LASIK Bismarck | Eye Care Bismarck

16 hours ago Choose the Experienced Team at Dakota Eye Institute. The Dakota Eye Institute is a multi-specialty group of board-certified ophthalmologists, optometrists and professional staff dedicated to quality eye care. We opened the doors to our first eye care clinic in 1989 and have been expanding our services ever since. >> Go To The Portal


Why choose Dakota Eye Institute for eye care?

Choose the Experienced Team at Dakota Eye Institute. The Dakota Eye Institute is a multi-specialty group of board-certified ophthalmologists, optometrists and professional staff dedicated to quality eye care. We opened the doors to our first eye care clinic in 1989 and have been expanding our services ever since.

Why choose Eye Institute Black Hills?

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Why choose the Eye Institute?

Tinted Lenses: Tints for sun lenses are medium to dark shades. Tinted lenses can be solid or gradient and are available in most colors. Mirrored Lenses provide a reflective surface that makes the eye almost invisible to others, while keeping your eyes protected from glare. Mirrors come in a variety of styles and colors.

Where can I get LASIK in South Dakota?

Dakota Eye Institute - North Clinic 3119 North 14th Street, Bismarck ND 58501

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Let Your Personal Style Show with Our Selection of Designer Frames

Eye wear availability may vary by Dakota Eye Institute optical shop location.#N#Visit any of our optical shops or call us to place your frame order.

Lens Designs

Single Vision is an all-purpose lens that provides vision correction for one viewing area. Corrected areas include both distance and near vision. Available in all materials.

Lens Treatments

UV Protection: The sun’s ultraviolet rays pose potential harm to your eyes. UV lens filters protect your eyes from the sun in a way that is similar to sunscreen for your skin. UV protection is a “must have” for adults and children to promote healthy vision.

Lens Materials

Plastic lenses are lighter than glass lenses and can be tinted to almost any color and shade.

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