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You and your loved ones have a lifetime's worth of marvelous sights ahead of you when you enlist Omni Eye Care Center as your Plano TX family optometry resource. Under the supervision of Dr. Mark Taroyan, our team has provided comprehensive primary eye care services to families just like yours for 28 years (and counting). We welcome you to our official website, and we hope you'll take a moment to explore the many services and benefits we use to optimize your ocular well being for life.
Dr. Taroyan's knowledge, background and training make him uniquely well-equipped to handle your family's eye care needs, including treatment for ocular disorders. In addition to extensive studies that have taken him from Munich and Houston to Oklahoma City, Dr. Taroyan also completed 100 hours of training in ocular therapy at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. As a Licensed Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist, Dr. Taroyan can provide you with a degree of specialized care other optometrists simply can't.
Omni Eye Care Center lives up to its name by providing all the primary eye care services you need for many years to come, from the routine to the complex. This all-in-one approach is an easy, convenient and reassuring way to benefit from services such as:
Once you've perused the information on this website, add your family to our three decades of satisfied patients, starting with an initial visit to meet our eye doctor in Plano TX. Experience the difference at Omni Eye Care Center by calling (972) 985-7888 or using our online appointment scheduler to set up that all-important first visit. You'll be glad you set your eyes on us!
Dry eye disease is a multi-factorial disease that affects an estimated 25 million people in the United States alone. In fact, dry eye disease is one of the most common reasons that people visit their eye care professional.
Bring a current list of all your medications. Bring all of your current eyeglasses and any information of your current contact lenses. Bring your Drivers License and Medical Insurance Cards.
Love Dr. Taroyan he's been my ophthalmologist for several years and has taken great care of my eyes. He even suggested a surgery for my eyes that changed my life. It was a surgery that usually people much older than me get, but due the level of my poor vision he identified me as an eligible candidate and I am beyond words happy with the results. I trust him and his staff implicitly.
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