Welcome to Insight Complete Eye Care,
Your Dallas Optometrists and Cornea Specialists

Welcome to Insight Complete Eye Care

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your family to Insight Complete Eye Care, your first choice for all of your eye care needs in the Dallas metroplex. Our locally owned optometry practice and optical boutique combines the unparalleled skills of our eye doctors with a large selection of distinctive eyewear and sunglasses, you’ve never seen anything like our eye clinic. Trust your family’s eye care needs to our dedicated team and take advantage of our state of the art diagnostic tools and technology. We have the experience to treat a wide range of eye issues and the ability to keep you seeing clearly for many years to come.

Meet Our Optometrists in Dallas

Our optometrists have the knowledge, skill, and experience to inspire confidence and reassure you that you are getting the very best care. Dr. Ivan Bank’s expertise in the field of corneal disorders such as keratoconus, post-transplant complications, and hard-to-fit contact lens conditions is unmatched. Dr. Tracy Stringfield spent 18 years working alongside some of the leading corneal disease physicians at Cornea Associates of Texas before making Insight her home. She brings with her the same passion for treating vision distortion resulting from corneal issues. Dr. James Williams has comprehensive experience in primary eye care, dry eye syndrome, low vision rehabilitation, pediatric vision, contact lenses and corneal issues. Keeping up with cutting edge innovations and treatments, our doctors are consistently sought after in Dallas; their collective expertise ensures that your family always has access to superior eye care.

A Complete Range of Deluxe Eye and Vision Services

Insight Complete Eye Care couldn’t live up to its name without providing a complete range of primary eye and vision services. We have all of your essentials conveniently located in one place; you’ll never need to go anywhere else for services such as:

Eye Exams- Comprehensive eye exams administered on an annual basis are key to maintaining optimal vision for life. We can uncover even the earliest signs of eye disease, functional problems, and refractive errors that may require treatment.
Eye Disease and Disorder Treatment- We can treat a number of eye diseases and disorders from dry eye and computer vision syndrome to glaucoma, macular degeneration and compromised corneas.
Contact Lenses- Our contact lens exam will determine the best options and provide you with choices to accommodate your needs and lifestyle. Even if you have a “hard to fit” condition such as high astigmatism or keratoconus, we can help you achieve comfortable, accurate vision correction.
Luxury Eyewear and Designer Sunglasses-Insight Complete Eye Care specializes in independent luxury eyewear brands that pride themselves on using the highest quality materials and craftsmanship, featuring distinctive eyewear designs from around the world. When you’re ready, stop by and let us help you define your style.

Experience a Higher Standard of Eye Care

If you and your loved ones are ready to experience a higher standard of eye care and the finest eyewear choices you'll find anywhere, then be sure to bookmark this website. But don't limit your explorations to our online presence. Call or text us at 214-739-8611 to schedule an initial visit to our eye and vision clinic so you can meet our eye doctors in person!

Ivan Bank
Insight Complete Eye Care | (214) 739-8611

8611 Hillcrest Avenue # 140
Dallas, TX, 75225
  • "I was so grateful just to be diagnosed and know that I was going to be treated properly, but not having to wear glasses was a big bonus."
    Patricia Dickson

Meet Your Dallas Optometrists

Dr. Ivan Bank

Dr. Bank received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisiana in Monroe with a major in Health Sciences and a minor in Physics. While attending UL Monroe, he was selected to Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities and elected to Alpha Epsilon Delta, an Academic Honor Society for […]

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Dr. Tracy Stringfield

A native of Dallas, Dr. Stringfield graduated from J.J. Pearce High School then went on to receive a Bachelors of Science with a major in Biology from Baylor University. She was a member of Chi Omega social fraternity, Beta Beta Beta biology fraternity and served as a student recruiter through the Baylor […]

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Dr. James Williams

Dr. Williams is a native of Western Kentucky, but has proudly lived and served North Texas since 2012. He completed his undergraduate studies at Murray State University where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. […]

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Dr. Lindsey Bank

Dr. Lindsey Bank was born in New Orleans, but her family quickly adopted Dallas as home when they moved here in 2005. Dr. Bank graduated from The Hockaday School in 2009 and then continued to The University of Texas at Austin, where she […]

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