Trinity Eye Care

Premier provider of Eye Care and Optometry in Plano, Texas

​​​​​​​When you first arrive at our Plano optometry office, we will get a brief medical history. Our Plano eye doctor will ask questions about your eyes, any problems you may be having, as well as any vision concerns. We then do a series of optometry tests that will help us determine what prescription is best for you, if there are any signs caused by systemic diseases in your body, and we will look for any signs of eyes disease that are showing in your eye tests.

Why we Exist?

We exist to change life by improving people’s vision, create wonderful memories for them, as a result, bring a better life to our customers.

Our Strategic Anchors

  • Adopt and fully utilize the latest diagnostic technology and most advance products.
  • Relentlessly seeking the best solutions to our customers’ need.
  • ​​​​​​​Train our employee well, educate our customers/ potential customers.

Meet the Doctor

Dr. Albert Pang O.D. FIAO

  • Diplomate American Board of Optometry
  • Fellow, International Academy of Orthokeratology
  • Member of the American Optometric Association
  • Certified Optometric Glaucoma Specialist
  • Certified Therapeutic Optometrist
History: After his graduation from college, with the grace of God, he was admitted to the Optometry School in University of Houston. Dr. Pang’s father passed away in California ten years ago, his mother, brothers and sister resides in Southern California. Besides serving his patients in his Plano optometry office, once a week, he also travels to Terrell State Hospital to work at their medical unit there.

Optometry Treatments

Optical Services

We provide a wide range of optical and Plano optometrist services. Our products include: ophthalmic lenses, eyeglasses gallery, gunnar computer lenses, gunnar 3D lenses, contact lenses, and more. We only recommend the best products available.


Control corneal molding is a non-surgical way of correcting your nearsightedness and astigmatism. During the procedure, a series of therapeutic gas permeable lenses are applied to the cornea while you are sleeping.

Binocular Dysfunction

If you suffer from symptoms such as difficulties with reading, double vision, moving words, dizziness, motion sickness, headaches and eye strain, you could be suffering from binocular vision dysfunction or the inability to use two eyes as a team.


If you have never had a TX eye examination before, you probably are feeling anxious and may be even a little nervous. But at Trinity Eye Care, we provide a comfortable environment and our eye doctor will walk you through the process of the exam, step by step.

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