One of the most powerful organs in the body is your eyes. It is not only the window to the soul, but the window to your world. Your eyes have one of the most active muscle systems in the body. Your eyes are moving constantly, even while you are sleeping. Saccadic eye movements are happening … Continue reading Tips For Eye Health
UEC and Toys for Tots
For most children, their most favorite time of the year is Christmas morning. It can be a magical day full of presents, surprises, and loving memories. While we all know that Christmas shouldn’t be solely about the presents, most of us have witnessed how enchanted Christmas is for a child when they get to open … Continue reading UEC and Toys for Tots
Did you know that vision screening should be performed starting in the first few hours of your child’s life and continue to be performed periodically until he/she is about 8 years old? The first vision screening takes place in the nursery when the pediatrician inspects the newborn’s eye, pupil and red reflex. The child’s pediatrician … Continue reading Vision Screening
Award-winning Dermapen is a fractional micro-needling device that works to tighten, lift and rejuvenate the skin. Dermapen is effective in reducing fine lines and wrinkles, minimizing pores, keloid, surgical and acne scars. The unique spring-loaded needle tip uses and automated, vibrating stamp-like motion that enhances results while offering a more controlled and safer method of … Continue reading Why Dermapen?
Botox is a preventative treatment in helping with the appearance of dynamic wrinkles. Dynamic wrinkles are caused by muscle contractions that create the fold in the skin (i.e. from smiling or scowling). If you pop over to this website, you will realize that Botox is a purified protein which relaxes muscles—leading to the desired effect … Continue reading Why Botox?
LASIK Myths Debunked
Have you ever considered LASIK? Were you told that there were reasons why you couldn’t have LASIK? Mention to anyone that you’re having LASIK and you are sure to get many opinions or reasons why you can’t. The LASIK staff at the Utah Eye Centers has debunked some common myths to show why you should … Continue reading LASIK Myths Debunked
Dry Eye Syndrome
There are many people in Utah that suffer from eye dryness. How do you know if you are one of them? There are many symptoms involved with dryness. These include redness, burning, itching, sandy sensation, eye fatigue, watering, and blurriness. For many people this is a chronic disease that can last a lifetime. It is … Continue reading Dry Eye Syndrome
Many people in Utah undergo cataract or another form of eye surgery at some point in their lifetime. According to the National Institutes of Health, by the age of 80, more than half of people in the United States will have a cataract or have undergone cataract surgery. Fortunately according to allaboutvision.com, researchers may be … Continue reading Eye Nutrition
Listen To Your Eye Doctor
Your eye doctor may be an expert when it comes to vision, but he or she also knows that you are not deaf. Do not wait to be referred to a hearing specialist; listen up and give your peepers what the doctor ordered. Below are the top two most common vision instructions that our patients … Continue reading Listen To Your Eye Doctor
Cataract Surgery Statistics
A growing number of people are in need of cataract surgery, both in the U.S. and in the world. Many people automatically assume that only the elderly are prone to getting cataracts, but younger people are starting to get them, especially youth in Africa. Did you know that more that 20 million U.S. citizens around … Continue reading Cataract Surgery Statistics