We Want Every Patient
To See Their Best

Eye exams are about so much more than sight. While we will absolutely check your visual acuity, we’ll also assess your ocular health—and your overall health.

During a comprehensive eye exam, we will carefully evaluate the internal and external structures of your eyes, checking for glaucoma, cataracts, and other eye conditions. Our office has invested in the latest technology to scan your retina, which helps us diagnose eye diseases in their earliest stages.

Many eye diseases begin with little to no symptoms. A regular eye exam is the best way to preserve your sight and diagnose any issues early on—before they impact your vision.

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The Art of

At McCulley Optix Gallery, we believe in solving problems creatively. That’s pretty much what refraction is—an opportunity to solve a problem. Refraction is the best way to improve your vision without surgery and is the way we determine your prescription.

When light entering the eye isn’t focused correctly on the retina, it results in a refractive error.

Types of Refractive Errors

Myopia (nearsightedness)

When objects far away are blurry, but close-up items are clear, you might have myopia. The condition occurs when the eyeball is too long, or the cornea is too curved.

If distant objects are clear and ones closer to your face are blurry, hyperopia might be the culprit. It occurs when the cornea has too little curvature, or light isn’t focused on the right part of the eye.

An irregularly shaped eye—think more football than basketball—can result in astigmatism. If you have this condition, vision will be out of focus at any distance.

Dr. McCulley is highly experienced with refraction. They will measure the eye’s focusing characteristics using a phoropter. This device places a series of lenses in front of your eyes and helps to determine exactly how a lens must be shaped to correct any vision errors.

Book an eye exam with Dr. McCulley today to start seeing in full clarity.

Our Technology

All of our adult eye exams include advanced retinal imaging. The Optos optomap is an ultra-widefield imaging device that takes high-definition photos of your retina, optic nerve, and blood vessels.


These images provide us with detailed information about your eyes. They help us detect signs of age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and much more.

We use optical coherence tomography to take a non-invasive, cross-sectional image of the retina. The photos allow for a detailed view of the retina’s layers as well as an assessment of the health of the optic nerve.

With a good look at these structures, we can evaluate changes in the eye’s delicate blood vessels to catch diseases like diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma in their earliest stages.

This instrument measures the pressure in your eye.  We never use a puff of air to measure the pressure! With iCare Tonometry, we can accurately check for eye diseases like glaucoma without putting any drops in the eyes. It is quick, easy, and accurate. 

Do you suffer from symptoms such as headaches or eyestrain?  Have neck stiffness or dizziness? Then a simple screening test with the Neurolens instrument can assess whether new, customized lenses can help relieve your symptoms. Take our QUIZ to see if you are a candidate for Neurolens relief.

How Often Should
I Get An Eye Exam?

Dr. McCulley recommends adults have a comprehensive eye exam yearly.

If additional risk factors are present, eye exams should happen annually no matter your age group, or at the frequency recommended by your optometrist.

Risk factors might include:

Eye exams are especially important for people who wear contact lenses. It’s important to continually evaluate the fit of the lens, as well as the prescription and any changes in the health of the cornea.

See The World
Clearly & Confidently

Our eye exams take about 30 minutes, from health assessment to prescription evaluation. Once we’ve established or updated your prescription, we’ll help you select the perfect frames and lenses. Wearing glasses not only improves your vision—it’s fun and fashionable too!

Make sure your eyes are healthy, update your prescription, and start selecting your perfect pair of glasses. Book an appointment for a comprehensive eye exam today. 

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Where to Find Us in West Fargo

You can find us just west of Veterans Boulevard on 32nd Ave E. Heading west, take the second left after Veteran’s Boulevard. We are on the south side of the street.

Our Address

567 32nd Ave E
West Fargo, ND 58078, USA

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Hours Of Operation

09:00 AM – 05:30 PM
10:00 AM – 05:30 PM
09:00 AM – 05:30 PM
09:00 AM – 05:30 PM
09:00 AM – 01:00 PM

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