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Wayne D. Aberle, O.D.

Meet the experienced and friendly eye doctors who make Vision Source MandanĀ the leading provider of vision care products and services in Mandan.

Dr. Wayne AberleDr. Wayne Aberle is originally from Herreid, South Dakota. He graduated from Herreid High School in 1990 as salutatorian and went on to attend the University of Mary and later the Illinois College of Optometry, graduating in 1999. After briefly working in Chicago and then Minneapolis, he returned to the area in 2000 to work at Sterling Optical in Bismarck. He eventually opened up his own optometry clinic, Precision Eyez, in 2004 and was in solo private practice before joining the doctors at Vision Source MandanĀ in 2020. He enjoys primary family eye care and seeing patients of all ages. He also has an added interest in contact lenses, urgent care, and diabetic eye exams.

He is a current member of the North Dakota Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. He was also a member of the North Dakota National Guard for 16 years and is currently a member of the Council 1604 Knights of Columbus where he will be serving a two-year term as the Grand Knight starting in 2020. He is married to his lovely wife Cressy and together they have been blessed with five beautiful children.

Why does Dr. Aberle love being an optometrist?

Video audio transcription:

“Hello, I’m Dr. Aberle from Vision Source Mandan. I like being an optometrist because I like solving problems and the eyes are a wonderful place to start. I love being able to examine someone’s eyes and find solutions not only to their eyesight but their health issues as well. I had a patient who was having issues with their vision and I discovered that their high blood pressure had caused an obstruction of a blood vessel in their retina. Eyes are truly the window to your health and that’s why I love being an eye doctor.”

Image: A video of a male doctor in an office setting talking to the camera and examining a female patient.