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Richardson Eye Associates – Your Eye Doctor in Richardson TX

Welcome to Richardson Eye Associates. Lead by Dr. Henry Krauss and Dr. Scott Harris, our team is dedicated to providing you with the best eye care services in the area. Whether you are interested in glasses or contacts, you are concerned about an eye condition, or you just want to ensure your eyes are healthy, we are here to help. We are proud to be your chosen eye doctor in Richardson, TX!

Full-Service Eye & Vision Center

We know your time is valuable, which is why we do our best to provide you with all the eye and vision services you need in one convenient location. Here you will have access to the best in eye care, including:

Comprehensive Eye Examinations

The health of your eyes is our #1 priority. Healthy eyes give you the best chance of maintaining your vision throughout a lifetime. We encourage all of our patients to come in for an annual eye exam not only for updates to their prescription, but also to ensure their eyes are healthy. By identifying signs of eye disease early, we have the best chance of treating the disease and protecting your eyes.

Glasses & Contacts

We are your resource for glasses and contacts. After the doctor determines what your current prescription should be, we can set you up with glasses and/or contacts designed to fit your lifestyle and budget needs. With hundreds of frames to choose from – ranging from budget to designer – and all major contact lens brands and styles, we should be able to help you find exactly what you are looking for.

Hard to Fit Contacts

There are a variety of issues that can make contacts hard to fit, including, astigmatism, presbyopia, GPC and dry eye. Our doctors have the training and the experience to identify any eye issues you are experiencing, and to find contact lens solutions that will work with your condition.

Pre- and Post-Op LASIK and PRK

Our close relationship with LASIK and PRK vision correction surgery providers allows us to refer you to surgeons you can trust. We can also take care of your eyes both before and after the operation, so you are able to have the best possible experience. We can advise you on which options are available to you, and which may be right for you.

Accepting All Major Forms of Payment

We do our best to make eye care affordable and accessible. Our office accepts all major forms of payment, as well as most vision insurance policies. If you have questions about your payment or insurance, just let us know. Our team will be happy to answer them so you can move forward confidently with treatment.

We Look Forward To Seeing You

We are excited to help with all your vision and eye health needs, so please don’t hesitate to contact us and schedule an appointment. Our eye care team is standing by to answer your questions and to schedule an appointment that works for you. Call (972) 231-3439 today to get started!

Dr. Henry Krauss and Dr. Scott Harris
Richardson Optometrist | Richardson Eye Associates |

(972) 231-3439
660 W. Campbell Rd
Richardson, TX 75080

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  • Dr. Henry F. Krauss, Jr., O.D., F.A.A.O.
    Dr. Krauss graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Centre College of Kentucky with a Bachelor's Degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. He then earned his O.D. degree from the University of Houston College of Optometry, graduating Summa Cum Laude.
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  • Dr. Scott A. Harris, O.D.
    Dr. Scott Harris graduated from the University of Texas - San Antonio with a B.S. in biology and from the University of Houston College of Optometry with his O.D. Throughout his education Dr. Harris was inducted into several honor societies including: Phi Theta Kappa, Omnicrom Delta Kappa, Alpha Chi, and The Honors Alliance, due to his excellence in academic performance. Dr. Harris was also named one of 'America's Top Optometrists' for 2014 - 2016.
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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    Dr. Krauss and his entire team are terrific. I'm a long-time patient and receive consistently great care.

    Kimberly Davison

    Dr. Krauss is wonderful and he is surrounded by a great team. I appreciate the time he spends with me listening to my questions and giving me prudent advice. I respect his opinion. They spend an appropriate amount time of testing and evaluating my eyes. This is minor but I love the music they play in there offices

    Great experience. Dr. Krauss was thoughtful, caring and answered all my questions. The staff were friendly and courteous

    Billy Shumate

    My experience with Dr. Harris was awesome!! I developed an eye infection over a weekend and Dr. Harris returned my call on a Sunday and took care of me. He is the best!!!

    Karen Milford

    Dr. Harris always makes you feel so relaxed and like a friend visiting. He also knows what he is doing and is able to take care of whatever problem you might have. He never rushes you. He will take as much time as you need.

    Margaret Spurling

    My whole family sees Dr. Harris at Richardson Eye Associates. We couldn't be happier with his care. He's personable, takes time, and knowledgeable. Clean and friendly office. I recommend them to everyone I know!

    Emily Hendrickson

    Always a great experience. Dr. Harris is the best eye doc I have been to and the staff is friendly and professional.

    Josh Baethge

    What a wonderful experience! I was super nervous and fidgety going into the office (afraid of the worst) and calm and confident when I left. Thank you for making me feel at ease, answering all my questions, and doing a thorough check!

    D Pyle

    I have been a patient of Dr. Krauss for 12 years. He is not only extremely prompt, professional, and thorough, he is a very caring, kind person. His staff has been the same for 12 years and that says a lot! I am so thankful my tennis partner recommended him to me so many years ago. I hope he never retires.

    Sharon Warren

    Dr. Scott Harris is an excellent and personal physician! He takes time with his patients and explains things where one can understand and he has a great sense of humor! His staff is fantastic and very helpful!

    Umeki Anthony

    Dr. Harris and his staff are very personable and professional. I trust his ability to help me maintain good vision. The office is convenient and comfortable and the artwork is very pleasant and enjoyable.

    Linda Y.

    Appointments start on time and move very quickl... Appointments start on time and move very quickly. I feel the people in this office are very professional and competent.

    Jeffrey H.

    Patient of almost 30 years. Been going to Dr. Krauss for almost 30 years - can't imagine going to anyone else.

    Frank B.

    Awesome! Enough said! We have been patients of Dr. Krauss for well over 20 years. Enough said!

    Debra D.

    Good service as always! Appreciate the profess...Good service as always! Appreciate the professional way the office is managed.

    Karen W.

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