4108 W 15th St #200

Plano, TX 75093

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Welcome to Texas Eye Surgeons
Your Ophthalmologists in Plano, TX

The eyes are one of the main senses of our body and making sure they are always in good working condition is key. We perceive up to 80% of all impressions because of what we see. Our eyes have a number of functions and are also used to protect us from impending danger. 

At Texas Eye Surgeons, nothing is more important than making sure your eyes are in the best condition possible. We have a state-of-the-art practice dedicated to innovation, cutting-edge research, and technology. Our goal is to provide top-notch service that maintains and enhances the quality of life for our patients in Plano, TX and the surrounding areas.


Ophthalmologist in Plano TX Treatment Solutions

Why do you need an ophthalmologist in Plano TX? The eyes are very sensitive and are susceptible to a number of conditions. These conditions form a number of issues, which could be health-related, age-related, or stemming from an accident. Our job is to diagnose and carefully evaluate treatment plans that will aid the healing process.

Having a dedicated ophthalmologist who can identify and treat conditions quickly and efficiently is key. We conduct regular eye exams, checkups, and vision tests to ensure we have all the information needed to make the right decision on treatment plans. When recommended, our office is equipped to handle surgical treatments to correct vision, cataracts, and glaucomaand cornea transplants.

The Importance of an Eye Exam

A yearly eye exam is a preventative measure that can aid in the prevention of vision loss. It is not uncommon to think your vision is fine, while there may be underlying issues waiting to be discovered. An exam will alleviate any concerns or lingering issues before any serious problems occur.

It's time to put your health and vision first, and no two eye exams are the same. At Texas Eye Surgeons, we make every effort to make sure you have every option available to improve your vision. Whether you are having a general eye exam, or have issues that have already been identified, we are here to help.

Make Your Eye Exam Appointment with Our Plano Ophthalmologists

There’s nothing better than being able to see. Take the time to contact our office for a consultation today at 972-379-3937 to see what we offer. We will schedule an appointment and advise you on our options for treating general eye conditions, or instances where surgery is required. You're in the right hands with this ophthalmologist in Plano TX. We're here for you!

Dr. Abdulfatah Ali
Texas Eye Surgeons | 972-379-3937

4108 W 15th St #200
Plano, TX 75093

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "Dr. Ali is a kind and knowledgeable physician. He takes the time to fully explain your condition and the options for treatment. He is the best corneal specialist around! He has saved my sight and my eye."
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