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    Vision Arora

    6500 Greenville Ave Suite 150, Dallas, TX 75206

    Vision Arora is your one stop shop for all your optical needs. Dr. Arora strives to detect any optical issues early, and works with you to create a plan focused on the long-term health of your eyes. He is dedicated to his patients and creating a stress-free experience to make sure you feel healthy in your optical health!

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    Pack Optical

    1217 Oak Knoll Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76117

    Since 1951, Pack Optical had been providing renowned vision products and optometry services in the Fort Worth community. Located in the Carter Riverside neighborhood, Dr. Alisha Poonawala and her dedicated staff work to provide the best attention and care to their patients. Dr. Poonawala is extremely thorough in explaining any vision issues, empowering patients to make them feel in control of their own eye care. The office environment is warm and inviting. You're sure to see something you like at Pack Optical; their selection of glasses frames and vision products is extensive, with something for every member of your family.

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    See Clear Eye Care

    8055 Churchill Way, Dallas, TX 75251
    48 ratings

    Who doesn't want to see clear? At See Clear Eye Care, Dr. Farah Hassam and Dr. Sally Tam have the experience and knowledge to help you and your family do just that. Committed to providing you with the highest-quality customer service and compassionate eye care, you can trust the experienced professionals at See Clear Eye Care team for convenient, affordable comprehensive services, even during evening and weekend hours.

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    First Eye Care Prestonwood

    5455 Belt Line Rd Suite 150, Dallas, TX 75254
    55 ratings

    At First Eye Care Prestonwood, located in far north Dallas, TX, clients are welcomed by friendly, professional medical staff who are trained to provide top-notch customer service and eye care. With the technology you trust, the First Eye Care Prestonwood team can guide you through eye care, whether it's preventative or treatment-based support that you need. Experience and skills in treating clients of all ages and with varying levels of vision, the First Eye Care Prestonwood Team is prepared to explain your options in an accessible and compassionate manner.

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    Focus On Eyes

    101 S Coit Rd Suite 343, Richardson, TX 75080
    54 ratings

    Prioritize your vision at Focus on Eyes in Richardson, TX. Dr. Karen Pressburger leads with experience at Focus on Eyes, where she and her team provide comprehensive vision services, from emergency eye care to regular examinations. Clients should expect direct, meaningful contact with Dr. Pressburger, including full explanations of options and support through decision-making. At Focus on Eyes, their goal is to provide individualized care and attention to every unique set of eyes in their care. You can count on their team to work with you and your needs.

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  • advanced-eye-clinic-visionworks-watauga

    Advanced Eye Clinic, provides a variety of optometric services. Their doctors and staff can help diagnose and treat any problems with your vision and work to detect subtle changes in your eyes year after year. They strive to help you see and look your best, taking time to explain complex vision issues and provide the highest level of care.

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    Reviewed on Oct 2019

    Miriam was fantastic at the Watauga store. She has years of experience and is a gem! She helped my daughter and I with fitting glasses. She made the experience enjoyable.

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    Clear Eye Associates + Optical

    5912 Convair Dr Suite 208, Fort Worth, TX 76109

    At Clear Eye Associates + Optical in Fort Worth, their team believes everyone deserves advanced eye care, and personal attention to all of their patient needs. They use the latest technologies to diagnose, treat and provide vision care in a modern and friendly atmosphere. Clear also offers patients an exclusive and unique, custom selection of eyewear you won’t find anywhere else. Their mantra? Do what’s right, respect everyone and provide clear vision for all.

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    Works Family Eye Care

    601 S Plano Rd, Richardson, TX 75081
    70 ratings

    Works Family Eye Care is a comprehensive eye care center conveniently located in Richardson, TX. The team at Works Family Eye Care wants to make their services work for you, with appointments offered on Saturdays and on a walk-in basis. They accept most insurance coverage, and also offer flexible payment plans for folks who don't have insurance. Works Family Eye Care believes that your overall health is essential to maintaining eye health, and will work with each client to determine the best treatment plan for their unique needs.

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    Trinity Vision

    17721 Dallas Pkwy Suite 118, Dallas, TX 75287
    48 ratings

    Dr. Donna K. Haas opened Trinity Vision in 2007, and has been providing top-notch optometry services to the Dallas, TX., community for over 10 years. Offering optometry services from refracting for glasses and contact lenses, pre-op and post-op Lasik care to diagnosis and care of Ocular disease, Dr. Haas and her team are reliable and trusted resources to care for you and your family. Dr. Haas wants to help you see and experience the difference with her expertise at Trinity Vision.

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    Insight Eye Associates

    3924 N Tarrant Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76244

    Insight Eye Associates are a leading provider of vision care in Fort Worth, TX. Doctor Lee and Doctor Pierce offer comprehensive eye care services, including highly skilled treatment and diagnosis of eye problems and conditions. They use advanced technology and are dedicated to providing exceptional personal service, and educating their patients on their unique vision care needs.

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    Eye Care Associates

    1090 W Campbell Rd Suite 100, Richardson, TX 75080
    134 ratings

    At their new location in Richardson, TX, Dr. Dan Hardin and Dr. Tara Hardin lead Eye Care Associates, a team of dedicated and compassionate medical professionals prepared to support you and your family on the lifelong journey of maintaining and caring for your vision. In addition to regular eye examinations, Dr. Dan Hardin and Dr. Tara Hardin offer important testing for glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. With a large selection of stylish frames and flexible contact lens fitting, Eye Care Associates is your one-stop-shop for optometry needs in Richardson.

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    Clarity Vision Care

    660 W Campbell Rd Suite 102, Richardson, TX 75080

    Dr. Hieu Huynh leads a team of compassionate optometry professionals at Clarity Vision Care in Richardson, TX. Equipped with top industry technology used to achieve consistent and reliable results, the team at Clarity Vision Care has the expertise to address optometry needs, from the basic maintenance of strong vision to solutions for eye diseases or discomfort. Your family can trust the knowledgeable staff at Clarity Vision Care to help you see clearly, now and into the future.

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Optometry Guide

Treatment & Services

Optometry is a specialty that focuses on the care of the eyes. When you make an optometry appointment, you’ll see either an optometrist or an ophthalmologist. There are slight differences between the services these two doctors provide. For example, an optometrist usually handles routine eye examinations. They can look for problems with your eyes as well as check to see if your vision is normal. This might include doing a distance vision test, eye movement test, refraction test, and more. If you can’t see clearly, they will prescribe glasses or contact lenses. An optometrist may also be able to prescribe prescriptions to help you with small problems, such as dry eye or an eye infection. However, for more serious issues, they’ll refer you to an ophthalmologist.

An ophthalmologist is different from an optometrist because they not only provide routine eye care, but they are also trained to perform eye surgery for various conditions. This might include cataracts, glaucoma, cornea and retina issues, and more. Many of these diseases can be treated with laser surgery, refractive lens exchange, and implantable lenses.

Insurance & Cost

For those individuals who have vision insurance, it should cover all visits related to optometry. However, this type of insurance package is usually an add-on to normal health insurance. Additionally, if you have insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace, most plans do not offer any adult vision coverage. If you’d like to purchase a vision care plan on your own, these typically cost between $150 to $180 a year. In most cases, they cover the cost of one eye exam as well as either new frames or lenses up to $120.

If you’re going to the optometrist or ophthalmologist without insurance, expect to pay anywhere from $50 to over $100 for a standard eye exam. If you wear contact lenses, you may also have to pay an additional fitting fee. If you need testing for glaucoma, expect your eye exam cost to be somewhere between $100 and $150.



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Most optometry offices hold standard business hours, meaning they’re open from approximately 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Of course, many do offer evening and weekend appointments to accommodate those with busy lifestyles, so you may be able to schedule a visit without taking time off work.

Fortunately, you should only need an optometry appointment every one to two years, depending on your doctor’s recommendation. If you have an eye condition, they may recommend coming back sooner or more frequently. Unless you require additional testing, the average eye exam only lasts 20 to 30 minutes, meaning you can get back to your daily routine quickly.