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How To Look and Feel Younger Without Anti-aging Supplements

Posted on Monday September 12, 2022 inLatest News

As the world population continues to live longer, the quest for the fountain of youth is at the forefront of many people’s minds. From anti-aging supplements to plastic surgery, people will try just about anything. The problem with many of these methods is that they are either expensive or have potentially dangerous side effects. Anti-aging…

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How To Maintain Memory and Concentration With Age

Posted on Thursday September 1, 2022 inLatest News

Maintaining memory and concentration can become more difficult with age. Age-related brain changes and cognitive changes can sometimes lead to declining memory performance, and make recall more difficult. Fortunately, keeping your body active can improve both your memory and concentration. In particular, a healthy diet and regular physical exercise can go a long way in…

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Why Now is the Perfect Time to Get LASIK

Posted on Friday December 10, 2021 inLASIK

Here at The Eye Institute of Utah, we are always eager to share our knowledge and insight with members of the community. Recently, we contributed a blog to entitled “5 reasons now is the perfect time to get LASIK surgery.” This article highlights some of the most dramatic benefits our patients enjoy after having…

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The Eye Institute of Utah Speaks on Cataract Lens Technology

Posted on Thursday July 22, 2021 inCataract Surgery

Cataracts are a natural part of the aging process for many people: nearly one-half of all Americans will need treatment for cataracts by the time they are 75 years 1. While cataract surgery may seem like something of a rite of passage that most people must experience, what many people don’t know is that advances…

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The Eye Institute of Utah Featured in Article

Posted on Thursday July 22, 2021 inIn The Media, LASIK

Recently, the experts at The Eye Institute of Utah chimed in on an issue that has been plaguing glasses wearers since the mask mandate went into effect: fogging lenses. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the many steps we can take to stop the spread of the coronavirus is to wear double-layered…

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Comparing Vision Correction Options

Posted on Thursday July 8, 2021 inImplantable Contact Lens, LASIK, Latest News, PRK, Visian ICL

Vision Correction Options: What is Right for Me? When most patients begin to consider vision correction surgery, LASIK is the procedure that typically comes to mind. However, while LASIK is extremely effective at reducing visual refractive errors, this laser procedure is not always best for every patient. Fortunately, at The Eye Institute of Utah, we…

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Mourning the Loss of Dr. Alan Crandall

Posted on Monday October 5, 2020 inLatest News

On October 2, 2020, our beloved Dr. Alan S. Crandall left this earth unexpectedly. His contribution to ophthalmology was unmatched and his devotion to preserving vision through humanitarian work changed the lives of so many people around the world. Dr. Crandall joined The Eye Institute of Utah in 1997 and served as a constant example…

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The Eye Institute of Utah Welcomes Dr. Samuel Passi

Posted on Friday July 24, 2020 inGet to Know Our Doctors, Latest News

We are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Samuel Passi to the team at The Eye Institute of Utah! Dr. Passi specializes in cataract, refractive, and cornea surgery and is also eager to provide our patients with dry eye disease management, refractive lens exchange, corneal cross linking, and other ophthalmological services. Hailing from Grand…

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LASIK Success Rates: How Safe is LASIK

Posted on Thursday October 31, 2019 inLASIK

LASIK Eye Surgery Safety and Success Rates Patients who are considering LASIK at The Eye Institute of Utah often have questions about the safety and success of vision correction surgery. We welcome these questions because we are committed to patient education; we believe that you are more likely to take care of your eye health…

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The Eye Institute of Utah Welcomes Dr. Kristin Chapman

Posted on Thursday October 4, 2018 inGet to Know Our Doctors, Glaucoma, Latest News

We are proud to welcome Dr. Kristin Chapman, Glaucoma Specialist and Comprehensive Ophthalmologist, to our team at The Eye Institute of Utah! Dr. Chapman is a board-certified surgeon with specialized training in minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS), glaucoma management, and ocular surface disease. Dr. Chapman received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Pepperdine…

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