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At Eye Pieces Plano, in Plano, Texas, our mission is to exceed our patients’ expectations and to do everything possible to make our customers and patients happy. We believe that our customers and patients should always have the opportunity to ask questions and be given thorough explanations.

We believe in short waiting times to see our optometrists and opticians. So ultimately, we strive to deliver customer service which is outstanding and friendly.


We believe that your eye doctor should be a great listener, intelligent, understanding, and compassionate. We use the best technology to perform your examinations.

Our optometrists at Eye Pieces Plano help patients from all over Plano, Texas with eye exams to eye disease diagnosis and treatment.

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We perform digital ocular photography, static perimetry, corneal mapping, and automated refraction with hi-tech equipment and computerized systems. This gives our patients more precise solutions for their vision needs, with faster results, all done in our on-site optical lab.


If you do not want glasses, and you want clear vision, we will ensure that you obtain the correct fit and comfort for contact lenses.

Learn about our eye exams and what's involved in a comprehensive eye exam, for children and adults. More...

Our staff will help you find a unique style of frames that fit your specific needs and face shape. More...

Find out which insurance plans we carry as well as frequently asked questions and answers. More...

A condition called Dry Eye can make your eyes water, or feel dry or itchy. Let us help you with it. More...

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How Can My Child’s Myopia Be Corrected?

Myopia or nearsightedness is most commonly corrected with prescription glasses or contact lenses. As children grow, their prescription often gets stronger, what we call “progressive myopia”. Our eye doctors can help.

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