Welcome to Theobald Family Eye Care
Your Optometrists in Duluth, MN

Call us at either 218-624-2095 or 218-727-6400 today!

Theobald Family Eye Care has been a leading provider of optometry services in the Duluth/Superior twin ports for over twenty years. Our experienced doctors of optometry specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide array of ocular conditions. Whether you need a yearly checkup, have an eye infection, a foreign body lodged in the eye, ocular allergies, are in need of diabetic eye disease or glaucoma treatment, one of our qualified eye doctors would be glad to help you. 

We use advanced diagnostic technology and vision correction products and are committed to improving the quality of our patient’s lives through enhanced vision. Give yourself the gift of clear vision – schedule an appointment with one of our doctors today. If you need glasses or contact lenses we will make sure you get the right fit and style to compliment your lifestyle. Our frame selection includes top names in designer eyewear; feel free to stop in to browse our extensive inventory.

At Theobald Family Eye Care, our doctors and staff are a close-working team who thank you for choosing us to care for your family’s vision needs.

Dr. Martin Theobald, Dr. Teresa Theobald, Dr. Whitney Lauer & Dr. Staci Collison 
Theobald Family Eye Care 

3308 West Arrowhead Road Duluth, MN, 55811, United States

 (218) 727-6400

416 North Central Avenue Duluth, MN, 55807, United States
 (218) 624-2095

Meet The Doctors

  • Dr. Teresa Theobald

    Dr. Teresa Theobald is a founding partner of Theobald Family Eye Care. She is a native of Kansas, where she received her bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry. She graduated with honors in the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society from the University of Houston, College of Optometry.

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  • Dr. Martin Theobald

    Dr. Martin Theobald is a founding partner of Theobald Family Eye Care. A Duluth native, he attended the University of Minnesota-Duluth and St. Cloud State University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science. He earned his Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Houston, College of Optometry.

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  • Dr.
    Whitney Lauer

    Dr. Whitney Lauer joined Theobald Family Eye Care in 2019. She is a native of Perham, MN. 

    She earned her bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN. She attended Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN where she graduated with honors. 

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  • Dr. Staci Collison

    Dr. Staci Collison joined Theobald Family Eye Care in 2016. She is a native of Red Lake Falls, MN, and Somerset, WI. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences from the University of North Dakota and graduated with honors from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forrest Grove, Oregon.

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See What Our Patients Say!

  • "I was blown away by the professionalism and courtesy of the staff! highly recommend to everyone!! Thank you so much for giving me and my kid's such amazing service! We can't wait to come back again!"
    Mary M.
  • "The Dr's and staff are very helpful and professional. My family has been going here for 8+ years and I recommend them to everyone. They also have a great selection of eyewear for any style."
    Heather B.
  • "Everyone here is EYEmazing! Accommodating, caring, thoughtful, friendly, kind and knowledgeable. A ++ with kids and adults! We will be back for our next check up! 🕶"
    Alana W.
  • "We have been seeing Dr. Theobald for about 6 years now and they always treat us very good and take good care of our eyes!"
    Sarah W.
  • "Always a great experience for my entire family. Great selection of frames also."
    Steve S.

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