You’re concerned about your eyesight, and so is The Eye Institute of Utah. Your eyes are too important to trust to just anyone. So if you need vision correction or other treatment, you’ve come to the right place! The Eye Institute is one of the largest and most prestigious eye surgical centers in the Intermountain West.
We have dedicated specialists who can address most any eye condition with procedures ranging from LASIK, Custom Cataract Surgery, to Dry Eye, Glaucoma, Retina and Cornea Treatments. Our team is dedicated to caring for your vision and eye health, including preventative care and surgical treatment for the whole family. Come visit our fully equipped, state-of-the-art facility and see why our doctors are considered some of the most skilled specialists in the country.
At our fully equipped, state-of-the-art facility, we can address a full range of eye conditions, including glaucoma, dry eye syndrome, cataracts, and corneal conditions. We also offer advanced vision correction options to help you enjoy life, including LASIK laser eye surgery, PRK, EVO Visian ICL, and premium intraocular lenses (IOLs). Above all, you can expect personalized and compassionate care with a custom-tailored treatment plan to meet your vision care needs.
Laser vision correction surgery can help you enjoy life with less dependence on glasses or contact lenses. Our experienced LASIK surgeons offer advanced LASIK options, including Contoura™ Vision Topography-Guided Laser Vision Correction, as well as PRK. Laser vision correction offers convenience and ease so you can focus on what matters.
EVO Visian ICL is an implantable collamer lens that can correct high levels of nearsightedness and astigmatism. ICL surgery is sometimes considered an alternative to LASIK because it is an option for many people who are not candidates for laser vision correction due to thin corneas, dry eyes, or high prescriptions.
It is normal to experience changes in vision as we get older, but you deserve the best vision possible! Presbyopia is an age-related loss of near vision that causes many people to turn to reading glasses after 40—but if you would like to ditch the readers, we can recommend vision solutions to help you restore your vision.
Cataracts are a common part of aging vision, but the good news is that advances in cataract surgery options can help you achieve vision that is as good or even better than before. Custom cataract surgery allows you to choose an advanced intraocular lens (IOL) to treat cataracts while also correcting other vision issues for less dependence on glasses.