The Utah Eye Centers is the leading provider of vision care along the Wasatch Front in Utah. Our mission is to provide each patient with a successful and memorable experience through personalized patient care and extraordinary service. It is our desire to create a welcoming and friendly environment for our patients, as well as to provide superior outcomes using advanced technology guided by our commitment to excellence and leadership, we strive to create a work environment where each person is valued, respected and has an opportunity for personal and professional growth. With these commitments, we desire a lifelong relationship with our patients, employees, referring providers and the community.
At the Utah Eye Centers we provide a full Ophthalmic practice. We offer general, retina, pediatrics, cosmetic and refractive care. Our doctors are dedicated to reduce the visual impairments patients experience through prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Our national ranked surgeons have been performing refractive surgery for over 20 years using the most advanced technology. We are the only practice in Northern Utah to offer our cataract patients with the CATALYS precision laser. Our surgeons and staff are here to not only improve your vision, but also to support you throughout each process. We look forward to “Bringing your Life into Focus.”
IS LASIK EYE SURGERY RIGHT FOR ME?
- Do you see nearby objects but have a hard time seeing objects in the distance?
- Do you see distant objects but have a hard time seeing objects that are nearby?
- Do you have a moderate degree of Astigmatism, which causes overall blurry vision?
The best way for you to determine if you are a candidate for LASIK eye surgery is with a personal, one-on-one consultation with an experienced LASIK Consultant at Utah Eye Centers.
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- Macular Degeneration
- Macular Pucker
- Macular Hole
- Vitreomacular Traction
- Floaters & Vitreous Opacity
- Retinal Detachment
- Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy
- Cystoid Macular Edema
- Central Serous Retinopathy
- Uveitis & Endophthalmitis
- Retinal Vein Occlusions
- Retinal Artery Occlusions
- Retinal Dystrophies
The most obvious symptom is a loss of clear or distinct vision, and occasionally poor vision in bright light such as car headlights or sunshine. Others include double vision, a reduction in the ability to distinguish colours, and an increase in the number of times reading glasses are being changed. Eyes with well developed cataracts in them have a characteristic ‘milky’ film over them, and one eye is usually affected before another.