Welcome to Optique Inc

Optique was named the Best Eyewear Store in Dallas in 2014 & 2015!

As the leading optical clinic and boutique in Dallas, TX, we are committed to providing the best in current fashions of designer eyewear without sacrificing quality. Our mission is to provide excellence in eye care, and our office is equipped with the finest medical & vision instruments.

  • As Dallas' premier optical boutique we are dedicated to providing current fashion & designer eyewear of the highest quality.
  • Dr. George Orm, Dallas optometrist and his staff at Optique, were awarded the Best Eyewear Store in the Big D 2014.
  • We are dedicated to providing excellence in eyecare.
  • Our office is equipped with the latest technology in medical & vision instruments.
  • We accept most insurance plans
  • 1,000 designer frames & sunglasses to choose from
  • We match prices with 1-800-CONTACTS (see associate for details)
  • Glasses & contact lens specials (see Promotions)
  • On-site lab
  • One hour service available

A Wide Range of Eye Care Treatments

Our highly trained, professional eye care experts can treat all of the most common optical disorders, such as:

  • Cataracts
  • Computer Vision Syndrome
  • Glaucoma
  • Ocular Allergies
  • Astigmatism
  • Dry Eye
  • And so much more.


LASIK or refractive surgery is a very successful procedure used to correct a wide variety of vision impairments. Many times, patients who undergo refractive LASIK surgery will no longer need to wear glasses if they did before. There are many options in this area of eye care. If you think LASIK might be appropriate for you, our team will give you a thorough examination to determine our next step in your eye care plan. Our optometrists co-manage LASIK treatment.

Browse through our extensive eyewear gallery

Our eyewear gallery will meet the needs of just about anyone. Browse our preferred designer's frames and sunglasses. Look through our frame shape selection guide. Learn all there is to know about your new glasses with our Eyeglass Guide 2.0.

Familiarize yourself with our sports vision care package, and browse our available sports glasses and frames chart. Take a look through our recommended lenses list, and finally- see what we have to offer in our extensive selection of custom safety eyeglasses for those who work and play in hazardous environments. We have thousands of designer frames and other options for glasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses.

A Broad Selection of Insurance Options

We accept most insurance plans and accept a broad range of vision insurance plans for patients 4 and above.

Optique's Founder - George Orm III, OD

A licensed therapeutic optometrist, George Orm III attended Texas Tech University and graduated the University Of Houston College Of Optometry with honors in 1976, having received the International Gold Key Award. A member of Dallas County Optometric Society, the American Optometric Association, the Texas Optometric Association, he has been a leader in optometry in the Dallas area since 1976. Vision is arguably the most cherished of our five senses, and Dr Orm has dedicated his career to the study and care of the human eye. His ambition is to raise the quality of optometry.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


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Meet The Optometrist

  • George Orm III, OD

    Dr Orm III is an Optometrist in Dallas providing complete eye care services for the surrounding communities. 

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Community Content
  • "The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Great selection of frames! They don't rush you; however, you need to get an early appointment on Saturdays because they get very busy. I have been going there for YEARS!"
    Marie H / Dallas, TX

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