Eye Disease Management & Treatment

We use cutting-edge technology to diagnose, manage and treat a variety of diseases, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy.

Eye and Vision Exams

Eye and vision exams are the most basic level of care you can take to protect your eyes, vision, and overall ocular health. We provide comprehensive eye exams to check your vision and make sure your prescription is up-to-date. Furthermore, we’ll perform a series of tests to ensure that your eyes are in good health and that there aren’t any signs of underlying problems. We recommend that you come in for an eye exam at least once a year, even if you don’t believe your vision has changed.

Contact Lenses

These days, many people are making the switch from traditional eyeglasses to contact lenses. Not only are contact lenses virtually invisible, but they’re also great for people who play sports or those who simply don’t like wearing eyeglasses. If you’re interested in switching to contact lenses, we recommend coming into our office for a consultation. Our team can help make sure you’re a viable candidate for contacts, make a recommendation on the ideal contacts for your eyes, and show you the proper technique for inserting contacts safely. We can also assist with hard-to-fit contacts in our office.

LASIK Surgery

LASIK eye surgery can be a smart choice for those who wish to improve their vision and possibly eliminate the need for corrective lenses altogether. Here at Optique, we provide pre- and post-operative care for LASIK patients and can also provide you with references and recommendations on where to have your procedure done. Not everybody is a viable candidate for LASIK, however, so we recommend you schedule a consultation in our office so we can determine whether this is possible for you.

Computer & Sports Vision

Those who play sports and those who spend a great deal of time in front of a computer screen have very specialized needs when it comes to their vision and eyecare. At Optique, we can help you make sure you’re taking care of your eyes. For instance, if you work a computer desk job, let us fit you for a pair of blue-light blocking lenses that you can wear while you’re working.

If you’re looking for the best optometrist in the Dallas TX area, give Optique a call today at (214) 252-1800 to schedule your appointment or simply find out more about the wide array of eyecare services available at our office.


Living in the greater Dallas area means putting up with a lot of sunlight exposure. Too much sunlight exposure can be bad for your eyes. Fortunately, your Dallas-area optometrist can prescribe sunglasses that protect your eyes against the sun’s harmful rays as well as other harmful light sources. Optique provides a full range of eye doctor services that will improve your vision and protect your eyes. We have a full range of contacts, eyeglasses, and LASIK services that improve your vision and help you deal with the often hot and bright sun while living in the Dallas area.

Transitions Lenses Offer Great Protection

When you are often switching locations from indoors to outdoors, you need a pair of prescription glasses that can help with that constant switching of light. Your eye doctor can prescribe eyeglasses that shade your eyes from the sun by progressively tinting darker while outdoors and improve your eyesight while indoors by progressively becoming lighter. Transitions lenses mounted in designer frames offer great year-round eye protection against harmful UV rays. You get the best of both worlds from the same pair of prescription eyeglasses, effective protection against the sun’s harmful UV rays and clear indoor vision.

Keep Your Eyes Protected at Work and Home

Blue light filtering helps when you spend a lot of time looking at a computer screen. Computer and cell phone screens are one of the most prolific sources of blue light. Blue light can provide many health benefits, especially when provided by natural sunlight. But constant exposure via computer screens, flat-screen TVs, and other common sources raises concerns about potential ill health effects from long-term exposure. Wearing designer frames with lenses containing anti-glare coatings and blue light filtering helps keep your eyes from straining while working, browsing the internet, or just watching a movie.

Schedule Your Appointment Now

If light exposure is hurting your eyes, you need to call us today at Optique eye care in Dallas. We will get you in as soon as possible and assess your eyesight and eye health. If you are interested in LASIK, contacts, coated lenses, or other specialty services, we provide thorough consultation. We also will assess your eye health and let you know what your best options are for ongoing good vision. We ensure your eyesight is the best it can be, while protecting your eyes against harmful conditions. The hot Texas sun does not have to have the upper hand on your eyesight. Transitions lenses and other effective tools help protect your eyes while you are indoors as well as outside in the bright sunlight.


At Optique Inc, we provide comprehensive care to meet the vision needs of our patients. As an optometrist, Dr. George Orm III offers pre- and post-operative care for patients undergoing LASIK eye surgery or other eye surgical procedures. Our goal is to help you attain the clearest vision possible using advanced technologies.

Evaluation and Referral

LASIK (laser assisted in situ keratomileusis) surgery uses the latest advancements in technology to provide faster recovery times and precise results. LASIK surgery has been effective in treating myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and other eye conditions. At Optique Inc, we provide evaluations and referrals for patients interested in LASIK surgery. Dr. Orm III performs a complete review of your patient history as well as a full assessment of your eye health and vision. A current exam is important to determining if you are a candidate for LASIK surgery and if there are any other factors that may affect your results. The history review enables our optometrist to determine if your prescription is stable and you are healthy enough to consider surgery.

Once Dr. Orm III has performed the evaluation and determined whether you are a candidate for LASIK, you will be given a referral to the LASIK surgery center we have worked with on an ongoing basis. The center will perform advanced diagnostic testing and will evaluate your eligibility for surgery. Various surgery options will be discussed with you if you are determined to be a surgical candidate. We will be in correspondence with the center regarding your evaluation and surgical determination. If you are considering LASIK surgery, call us at (214) 252-1800 to schedule a consultation.

Post-Operative Care

Once your surgery is scheduled, we will schedule follow-up appointments for you in our Dallas office. Typically, you will begin these follow-ups the day after the surgery and continue at prearranged times over the following six months. After 1 year, a full exam is recommended to determine the long-term results of your procedure. Dr. Orm III is experienced in working with patients pre- and post-operation and will answer any questions that you have along the way. If you have questions about LASIK surgery, call (214) 252-1800 to speak with our knowledgeable staff or email us.

Advantages of LASIK

If you have worn glasses or contact lenses for a long time, you may have wondered if LASIK surgery is a good choice for you. While not everyone is a candidate for LASIK, it does have some great advantages. People who play sports, have allergies, or who are looking for simplicity will all benefit from LASIK. To learn more about LASIK and your vision, call Optique Inc today at (214) 252-1800.


As the human body gets older, it’s inevitable that certain systems, components, and functional needs may undergo changes. This is equally true of your eyes and vision. To ensure optimal eyesight in your “golden years,” you’ll want to give your eyes the extra care and attention they need at this stage of life. That’s why we offer senior optometry services here at Optique Inc, your choice optometry center in Dallas, TX.

Changing Needs of Aging Eyes

Age-related changes that affect vision may begin as early as age 40, with the first appearance of a lens-focus insufficiency called presbyopia. (This is why you often see people wearing “reader” eyeglasses in middle age.) Once you pass age 60, your risk for several kinds of eye diseases and disorders goes up. Seniors become more vulnerable to:

Cataracts, a clouding of the lenses that reduces vision

  • Macular degeneration, destruction of the retinal zone that makes central vision possible
  • Diabetic retinopathy, an irreversible retinal problem that accompanies diabetes
  • Glaucoma, optic nerve damage caused by excessive internal eye pressure
  • Dry eye, an irritating condition that can damage the cornea

These disorders can cause multiple symptoms for sufferers. In addition to the retinal diseases which cause permanent vision loss, you may experience halos around lights or changes in night/color vision due to cataracts. Glaucoma can rob you of your peripheral vision, followed by your central vision.

Senior Eye Exams and Treatment

Now that your eyes have achieved senior status, you must schedule an annual comprehensive eye exam. This exam allows either optometrist on our team to study your retinal tissues, internal eye pressure, lenses, corneas and other structures in exacting detail. It also lets us run thorough vision tests to see whether or how an age-related eye disease may be affecting your eyesight. The sooner we detect a serious threat to your vision, the sooner we can administer treatment to rein it in.

If you’re already struggling with an age-related eye problem, Optique can help. Our disease/disorder treatment and management offerings include:

  • Eyeglasses and contact lenses to compensate for ongoing vision changes
  • Topical or oral drugs to control glaucoma
  • Lifestyle changes or injectable medications to control macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy
  • Wye drops, lifestyle changes, nutritional guidance, and other measures to ease dry eye symptoms

If your eye condition reaches a point where surgery is required, we can co-manage that process to help you get the greatest benefit from your treatment.

Need a Dallas Optometrist for Senior Eye Care?

Remember your senior eyes require annual checkups to make sure they’re getting the help they need. If it’s time to schedule your senior eye care, call (214) 252-1800 for an appointment with our trusted Dallas optometrist!

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