Quality Eye Care and Designer Eyeglasses at First Eye Care Grand Prairie in Grand Prairie
Established in 1985, First Eye Care Grand Prairie Grand Prairie started as an esteemed association of optometrists united by a common mission: to provide quality eye care services. As a collective of independent optometry practices, the original 18 doctors of First Eye Care Grand Prairie have each upheld the principles of quality, compassion, and expertise at their individual locations.
The First Eye Care Grand Prairie family thrives on a shared corporate philosophy, encapsulated in the phrase “Vision Made Clear”. We offer a range of services, such as adult and pediatric eye exams, emergency eye care and advanced treatments for glaucoma and other eye diseases. Your eye health journey begins with us — where clear vision and expert care converge.
Our Grand Prairie Eye Care Services
From the latest dry eye treatment and comprehensive eye exams to contact lens fittings and optical services, we make sure your eyes are healthy and your vision is clear, day in and day out.
Designer Eyeglasses We Offer
Our eyewear seamlessly fuses fashion and practicality and is curated to provide a diverse range of options that cater to many aesthetics.
Whether you're in search of classic sophistication, contemporary elegance, or a daring statement piece, our team at First Eye Care Grand Prairie Grand Prairie will help you find the ideal pair that adds a dash of personality to your daily look.
Empathy, Excellence, and Eye Health: Our Guiding Philosophy in Focus
5 Stars from Our Patients
Meet Our Eye Doctors
Get to know the eye doctors at First Eye Care Grand Prairie. They’re dedicated to improving your vision and eye health by providing high-quality eye care.
Our Optometrists Specialization in Diabetes
As we consume carbohydrates, they break down into sugar, entering the bloodstream aided by insulin. Imbalances in this process can lead to excessive sugar levels in the blood. This can trigger lens swelling due to water retention, resulting in temporary blurred vision. Additionally, more critical risks include diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, cataracts, and glaucoma.