Focus On Eyes Dr. Karen Pressburger

We are a private practice optometry office and have been in business for over 35 years. We specializ

Temporarily closed


Have a blessed passover.


We have exciting news for our Focus on Eyes patients. We are in the process of reopening the office. Dr. Vasantha Kanukuntla is the New owner/ Doctor of Focus on Eyes. Dawn will be back at the office to help with all your visual needs also. We will keep you posted as to when we will be opening up the doors. Fill free to message us here or if you have Dawn's number you can call or text her for any questions you might have. Can't wait to see all of our patients again.


Last Day as am employee of Focus on Eyes. I want to say Thank you to all our amazing patients. You guys have been such a blessing to us for over 20 years. Each of you will be greatly missed. Thank you for letting us take care of your eyes.
Dawn McCollom, CPOA


Ok Guys most Frames are 75% off Including Premade suns. Call the office at 972-644-2020 for an appointment to come see what we have.


Hope everyone has a great school year.


To all our Jewish friends and family.


Our half price sale will go on this year. We will be holding it on July 30th. If your in need of glasses this ale will give you the best price for premium lens on the market. Mark you calander.


We are getting ready for Business. See you starting Monday May 4th.


We will be reopened on Monday May 4th . We will have reduced hours for cleaning as well as a reduced schedule of only 25% of Patient flow. A mask will be required for all entry into office. Please call in advance for an appointment.
Hours 9am - 4pm Monday - Thursday


Contact lens wear during COVID-19
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, patients continue to look to doctors of optometry, their primary eye health care physicians, for accurate eye health and vision guidance. When it comes to contact lens wear, the American Optometric Association (AOA) and doctors of optometry want to reinforce that contact lenses are a safe and effective form of vision correction for millions of people. The AOA provides the following advice to ensure proper wear and care for contact lenses.

Contact lenses themselves will not give you COVID 19. Contact lens wearers should always practice good hygiene when handling lenses. It has been noted that contact lens wearers touch their faces and eyes when inserting and removing lenses. Touching your face can spread germs.

Exercise proper hand washing. When using contact lenses or spectacles, one should wash their hands carefully and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, followed by hand drying with unused paper towels. This should occur before every contact lens insertion and removal. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. People should avoid touching their face, including their eyes, nose and mouth, with unwashed hands.

Disinfect contact lenses. Contact lens wearers should either dispose of their daily disposable lenses each evening, or regularly disinfect their monthly and two-week lenses according to instructions from the manufacturer and one's doctor of optometry.

Discontinue lens wear if sick. Consistent with recommendations for other types of illness, those who feel ill with cold or flu-like symptoms should cease contact lens wear.

Glasses are not proven to offer protection. There is no scientific evidence that wearing spectacles or glasses provides protection against COVID-19 or other viral transmissions.

If you have a contact lens prescription that is nearing expiration or has expired, contact your doctor of optometry. Doctors of optometry are working with patients to ensure they have access to needed medical devices. No federal laws related to the Contact Lens Rule prescription verification process have been suspended or waived.

Healthy individuals can continue to wear and care for their contact lenses as prescribed by their doctor of optometry.

Individuals should continue to consult the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance on how to protect themselves from COVID-19.


Covid 19

Per the new provisions for Dallas County we are temporarily closed from 03/24/2020 until further notice. The provisions states that routine vision exams that are not emergent are prohibited.
For Emergency services will be handled on a case by case bases. These issue are listed below. Please contact our office and leave a message as we will be periodically checking message and accessing you as best we can.
Contact lens orders: Please leave a message and we will contact you to process your order and get your contacts mailed to you.
Pick Up: Customers who have already ordered glasses and need to pick up. We are offering Curbside service thru 03/26/2020. After this date as orders come in we will contact you about a time for pick up. We can also mail glasses to you.
Emergency: For those whose glasses are broken and don’t have a backup pair we will be In Touch with you to help you thought the process of ordering. However the processing of the glasses could take up to 21 days.
Repair: For those whose glasses need repair such as missing screws, broken nose pads, and you don’t have a backup pair. We will be in office for these needs thru 03/26/2020. After that please leave a message and we help you though the process of getting an adjustment.
Please call before you come to verify the situation hasn’t changed. Laws and regulations are changing day by day, sometimes even by the hour. We want to be able to help everyone who needs it and also stay healthy and do our part of “flattening the curve”. Please call anytime for any question you may have or if you are unsure whether your situation is a true emergency. If we don’t answer please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Stay safe and healthy


Do to the Covid- 19 virus if you are not feeling well , are coughing, sniffling, sneezing, have a fever or have shortness of breath, we will need to reschedule your appointment or schedule your at a later date.
Thank you


We have implemented a new healthy, clean, and safe disinfection process. In hopes to keep all of our patients and staff safe. Thank you


Focus On Eyes Dr. Karen Pressburger's cover photo


Ours Date for the Semi Annual Half Price Sale for December has been changed . It is December the 12th. Please take note.


Holiday Hours. Hope everyone has a blessed Holiday season.


Happy Halloween from Us at Focus On Eyes


Back to School Special .

Back to school special run until the end of August.


Focus On Eyes Dr. Karen Pressburger


Back to school special run until the end of August.


Come on down for our Semi Annual Half Price Sale On Frames and Lenses. Tomorrow 06/13/2019. Hope to see you here.


Chag Pesach Sameach...


Ok it is Facebook February. If you need a yearly eye exam this is the month. Mention this post when you make your appointment and get your yearly routine exam for just $88. For those contact lens wearers receive 20% off your contact lens fitting. Hope to see all our Facebook Friends and Family. Have a great February. call 972-644-2020


Ready for a Thanksgiving and Free screening month. Come let us check your vision.


Fall has happened in the office.


Big September Sale 50% off Nike Frames. Come take a look at all the new styles


We are ready for back to school.


This Thursday don't miss it.

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City Beat News - Award Winner

So Proud FOCUS ON EYES has won the coveted Spectrum Award for excellence in customer service! This award has been presented to FOCUS ON EYES by


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101 S. Coit Rd. #343
Dallas, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 4pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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