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The Brock Butterfield Story – Why Brock Had PRK vs. LASIK

Posted on Wednesday December 30, 2015 inLatest News

Like many of us who struggle with contacts and glasses, Brock Butterfield knew that having vision correction surgery could have a tremendous impact on his life. Brock has dedicated his life to pursuing his passions and he could no longer sit idly by and risk life or limb, while seeking to reap the rewards of…

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Happy Birthday Dr. Carter!

Posted on Saturday November 21, 2015 inGet to Know Our Doctors, Latest News

The staff, doctors and team at The Eye Institute of Utah would like to wish Dr. Randy Carter a very happy birthday! Dr. Carter has been at The Eye Institute of Utah for nearly 30 years, and we are so thankful to have such a talented, smart and genuine doctor as one of our leaders!…

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Brian Tracy’s Vision For Life

Posted on Monday September 14, 2015 inSocial

Feel the power of CLARITY! “A clear vision, backed by definite plans, gives you a tremendous feeling of confidence and personal power.” – Brian Tracy

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Smile With Your Eyes

Posted on Thursday September 10, 2015 inSocial

Are YOUR eyes smiling? 🙂  Contact the Eye Institute of Utah or call us at (801) 908-3592 to find out how we can help you smile with your eyes!

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Celebrating Our Clinical Studies Department on Clinical Trials Day

Posted on Tuesday May 19, 2015 inLatest News

In honor of Clinical Trials Day, we would like to take some time to recognize and thank our study department for all the hard work they do! Led by our clinical studies director, Ann Bagley, our clinical research department has be instrumental in conducting numerous clinical trials in various areas including glaucoma, refractive cataract surgery,…

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Robert J. Cionni, MD

Dr. Robert Cionni Becomes 2015/2016 ASCRS President

Posted on Saturday April 18, 2015 inLatest News

Dr. Robert J. Cionni assumed his role as President of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) at the Opening General Session of the ASCRS Annual Congress and Symposium in San Diego on Saturday, April 18. Dr. Cionni is the Medical Director of The Eye Institute of Utah and a world-renowned ophthalmologist, specializing…

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Happy Birthday Dr. Cionni!

Posted on Tuesday March 24, 2015 inSocial

The staff, doctors and team at The Eye Institute of Utah would like to wish our Medical Director, Dr. Robert Cionni, a very happy birthday! We asked Dr. Cionni a series of fun and random questions that go beyond his career as a cataract surgeon. See how he responded and get to know a side…

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Happy Birthday Dr. Wolsey!

Posted on Friday March 13, 2015 inGet to Know Our Doctors, Latest News

We’d like to wish Dr. Darcy H. Wolsey a very happy birthday! We asked Dr. Wolsey a series of fun and random questions that go beyond her medical career and academic interests. See how she responded and get to know another side of Dr. Wolsey, our Director of LASIK Services! Q: Where are you from…

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Use Your 2014 FSA or HSA Accounts for LASIK and PRK Treatment Before it’s Too Late!

Posted on Friday January 30, 2015 inLASIK, Latest News, PRK

Many people participate in Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA) through their employers. Funds available with these plans can often be used for LASIK, PRK, or other refractive eye surgery treatment; however, if the funds haven’t been used by a certain date, they are ultimately forfeited. The good news is, you still…

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5 Important Facts About Glaucoma that Could Save Your Vision

Posted on Tuesday January 13, 2015 inGlaucoma, Latest News

Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in the U.S., affecting around 3 million Americans. In order to maintain healthy vision, the eye must properly regulate pressure in the eye by draining excess fluid. Glaucoma occurs when the eye can not sufficiently drain aqueous fluid, causing increased pressure in the eye and irreversible damage to…

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