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Welcome to 1st Eye Care

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”.

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.




Why do I Need Regular Eye Exam?

While most people schedule regular check-ups with doctors and dentists, many are not aware of the importance of an annual visit to the eye doctor. Regular eye exams can be the key to the early detection and treatment of emerging vision problems, eye diseases, and a number of other health issues. When you come to First Eye Care of Plano for an eye exam, you will receive comprehensive service designed to find and correct any vision or eye issue. Don’t take good vision for granted, schedule an appointment today!



First Eye Care | (972) 612-2015
2313 W PARKER RD
PLANO, TX 75023 7839

Meet The Optometrist

  • Brian D. Rast,
    OD

    Dr. Rast is a 1994 graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon.

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  • Shawn M. Kelly
    OD

    Dr. Kelly graduated in 1994 from the University of South Dakota with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

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  • Kari A. Clark
    OD

    Dr. Clark graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Science and then attended the University of Houston College of Optometry, graduating with honors in 2001.

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  • Stephen Anderson
    OD

    Dr. Anderson grew up in Salt Lake City, UT and attended Brigham Young University where he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science.

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  • Parisa Foroutan
    OD

    Parisa Foroutan O.D was raised in Plano and attended the University of Texas at Dallas where she received her degree in Biology.

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Helpful and Informative Resources

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  • All About Amblyopia

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  • All About Glaucoma

    Glaucoma is a serious disorder that can damage the optic nerves of your eyes if left untreated. The optic nerve carries images from your eyes to your brain. If the nerve is damaged, full or partial vision loss can occur. In some cases, people develop glaucoma because the pressure in their eyes begins ...

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  • Binocular Vision: Disorders and Treatment

    For many, the term binocular vision conjures images of super powers or the rare ability to spot objects far away, but having binocular vision simply means having two eyes with which to see. Binocular vision does lend creatures with two eyes advantages over those with only one, such as enhanced vision, ...

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  • Curbing Macular Degeneration

    Macular degeneration represents one of the most significant causes of vision loss in older adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 1.8 million people currently suffer from macular degeneration, with an additional 7.3 million people at risk of developing this ...

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  • Diabetic Retinopathy: What Is It?

    Diabetic retinopathy refers to several eye problems that are characterized by damage to the light-sensitive retina, caused by excessive blood sugar levels. Almost half of Americans with diabetes suffer from some level of diabetic retinopathy. When glucose levels in the blood are not properly controlled, ...

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  • Glaucoma Care: What You Need to Know

    Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide, reports the Glaucoma Research Foundation. This common eye condition typically affects older adults, although infants and young adults are also at risk. Fortunately, however, cutting-edge research is improving diagnosis and treatment of this ...

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  • Strabismus

    Strabismus is the medical term for the misalignment of the eyes. Commonly referred to as cross-eyed or wall-eyed, strabismus may involve either one or both eyes turning inward, outward or even up or down. It is one of the most common vision conditions in young children, affecting somewhere between 2 ...

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  • What Is Astigmatism?

    Astigmatism is an extremely common eye condition that affects both children and adults. It occurs when there is an imperfection in some part of your cornea, the clear tissue that covers your iris. Light rays pass through the cornea as they travel to the retina, a thin layer of cells at the back of your ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Dry Eye

    If you have never suffered from dry eye, you might not appreciate how important your tears are to your eye health. Without enough moisture, your eyes can become dry, itchy, red and uncomfortable. Dry eye occurs when you do not make enough tears or the tears you produce are not high quality. The Importance ...

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Office Hours

Monday:

9:30 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed