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Someone will be at our office answering phone calls Mon-Fri 10 AM-2 PM to assist you for the following services

1) Purchasing CONTACT LENSES
If you’re running out of lenses or your prescription is about to expire please call 214-361-1300 between the hours of 10-2 or visit our contact lens web-store at

Picking up glasses or inquiries on the status of your eyeglass order. If you’re picking up, when you arrive we will provide curbside service.

If you have a prescription and are in urgent need to get a new or replacement pair of eyeglasses we can schedule an appointment for you to come to the office. We are limiting this service to one patient /customer at a time.

If you are running out of a medication please contact us and we can transmit a refill electronically to your pharmacy.

4) For emergent and urgent eye conditions, we will first try to triage your condition over the phone call and in situations that may require a visit to the office, do our best to see you.

CALL 214-361-1300

With sincerest wishes for your continued good health we remain at your service,

Eye Doctor’s Office & Eye Gallery
Dr. Bob Consor & Dr. Jenifer

Call Us (833) 815-2020

Call Us (833) 815-2020

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Any Dallas optometrist or contact-lens wearer will tell you: there are just certain things you want to avoid doing if you’re going to wear contacts. The first thing you need to do is to get the right prescription from your doctor, learn how to put them in, and then follow these six simple guidelines.

  1. Over-using the lens: Contact lenses won’t last forever. Most last a month, and one of the first things you’ll learn about your lenses is how long to wear them. If you wear them longer than you should, they’ll be harder to handle and wear.
  2. Dirty hands: Wash. Your. Hands. To wear contacts comfortably, you need to be sure they’re completely clean, so you need to ensure there are no foreign contaminants on your hands while you’re handling them. If you don’t, you might transfer particles to the lens, and wind up with what feels like a boulder rubbing against your eye.
  3. Wet hands: Don’t forget to dry your hands. Contacts cling to the wettest thing touching them, so they’ll probably stick to wet fingers before dry eyes. Along with that, be sure you don’t wear your lenses while swimming. They’ll float away and you’ll never find them.
  4. Take care of them: If you don’t take care of your lenses properly, they’re not going to last. They’ll become uncomfortable and harder to wear faster.
  5. Dirty cases: Keep your case clean. The easiest thing to do is rinse it regularly with warm water and soap and dry it well.
  6. Sleeping: Don’t sleep with your lenses in. When you sleep, your eyes move and roll around. If a lens moves along the surface of your eye and into the wrong position, you are very likely to develop dangerous eye infections.

Realistically speaking, contact lenses are easier for many people to deal with than eyeglasses. If you take the proper precautions, you’ll be able to wear them comfortably for years and enjoy perfect sight without worrying about losing your glasses.

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