Welcome To Kuriachan Eye Institute
Here at Kuriachan Eye Institute, we are proud to offer ophthalmology services.
Our entire staff is dedicated to the health of your eyes and ensuring that you have the vision you deserve.
To ensure that you have healthy eyes, we perform thorough examinations. We also look at the inner eye to make sure your eyes are working the way they are supposed to. We then check your prescription to make sure you can see as well as possible.
We are also here whenever you have problems. If you are having vision problems, seeing spots, or dealing with anything else related to your vision, we will perform a thorough examination before running some tests to diagnose the problem. We will then talk you through treatment to get your vision where it needs to be.
We are also here for you when you have diseases such as diabetes or glaucoma. We will be with you every step of the way, following up to ensure your eyes are getting the treatment they need. If things are not progressing the way that they should, we will change things.more about us
About Dr. Kuriachan
Vipin Kuriachan, MD is an ophthalmologist and eye surgeon who has served the Irving, Texas, community since 2014. He leads Kuriachan Eye Institute, a comprehensive eye care center offering general eye exams, care for chronic conditions, and eye surgery.
New Patients Welcome
Part of easing your concerns is explaining what you can expect from our practice. When you are new to our office, we put in the effort to provide you with a positive and comforting experience. Once you have been with us for a while, you can continue to expect the highest level of service. We focus on providing quality optical care, excellent customer service, and a relaxing environment to maintain a lasting patient relationship. We consider your first visit the start of a long-term relationship with you.
We are dedicated to providing the highest level of service so you can have the vision you deserve.
We truly believe in routine eye examinations so that you can see as clearly as possible. Once you have to get glasses or contacts, it is even more important to watch the health of your eyes. You also need routine checks to ensure your prescription has not changed.