Welcome to First Eye Care Dallas
First Eye Care, Inc. is an association of optometrists formed in 1985. Our goal is to have successful practices filled with happy patients. The original 18 doctors maintain independent optometry practices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Carrollton, Plano, Irving, Bedford, Killeen, Southlake, Prosper, Weatherford, Roanoke, Corsicana and North Richland Hills.
First Eye Care is a shared name with a shared corporate philosophy – “Vision Made Clear”.
Total Eye Care Dallas Texas, our philosophy says certain values are important when you do business with us:
- We believe that it is important to deliver consistent, excellent service to our patients
- We believe that your doctor should be caring, experienced, and progressive
- We believe that the frames and lenses that you purchase should be of high quality
- We believe that patients want a broad range of services available to them at a location and time that is convenient for them
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Monthly Q&A with Dr. Davis
Dr. Davis Answers Your Eye Care Questions
Q: What is the difference between seasonal and perennial allergies? How would I know the difference?
A: Allergic conjunctivitis is the clinical term of ocular inflammation of the lining or membrane of the eye, called the conjunctiva, caused by allergic reactions to substances. Although a patient may present with red or pink eyes from excess inflammation, the common term “pink eye”can signify a broad term of conditions and can be misleading, as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other irritating substances can cause redness resembling a “pink eye.” Your eye doctor can differentiate between an allergy reaction and a true infection, which can lead to faster healing with proper treatments.
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All about Dry Eyes
First Eye Care Dallas in Dallas, Texas explains, “Symptoms of dry eyes include stinging or burning in the eyes, scratchiness, and excessive irritation from smoke or wind. Although it may sound counter-intuitive, the eyes’ response to the consistent irritation caused by dry eyes may also cause a person to experience excessive tearing. In this case, the eye is attempting to flush and lubricate itself by producing more tears, but is unable to do so successfully due to the rate of evaporation or inability to spread the tears properly.
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Looking for an Optometrist in Dallas, TX?
Our optometrists take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs.
Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.