20/20 iCare and iWear - Quality Eye Exams in Grand Prairie, Texas
Our eye care professionals in Grand Prairie go beyond 20/20 to help our patients see clearly far into the future. We stay up to date with the rapid progress of medicine and technology, so you benefit from precise diagnoses and optimal treatments for a variety of conditions, such as dry eye disease.
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.
We pride ourselves on having hand-picked all the unique eyewear we carry. Whether you’re looking for blue light protection, want specific lenses like progressives, or simply need help finding a nice style of frames for your face, we’re here to help!
We Are a VSP Premier Office
Get the most out of your vision benefits with VSP Premier Locations.
You’ll always find a wide selection of designer frames when you visit a doctor who participates in the Premier Program. Plus, enjoy access to these exclusive offers and services at Premier Program locations:
- More frame allowance on featured frame Brand.
- Extra savings on contact lenses.
- Save up to 40% on lens enhancement.
- Free no-hassle one-year warranty on eyewear.
- Exclusive bonus offers.
- Performance lenses for sharp vision.
- Advanced eye exam technology.
- Preventative Eye Health and Wellness program.
Dry Eye Q&A with Our Eye Doctors
What are the typical treatments for dry eyes?
There are a wide range of treatments ranging from over the counter products to specialty laser procedures. Many times using artificial tears and vitamin supplements can help boost the tear film…
At some point in our lives, we've all had our eyes examined using an eye chart – whether during a school screening or at the optometrist's office. But what exactly is the chart and what does it measure? Read on to find out!
Bloodshot eyes can be harmless, but may also be a sign of an underlying eye condition.
Macular degeneration is a major cause of vision loss. Here are 6 ways to help lower your risk of developing this sight-threatening condition.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cataracts, your optometrist will monitor its progression and manage your symptoms. Once you need surgery, your optometrist can direct you to an eye surgeon.