What will you explore this summer? We have some ideas!
Which is right for you — glasses or contact lenses? It all depends on your personal preferences and lifestyle.
If you have diabetes, yearly eye exams are vital to help detect diabetic eye disease in its earliest — and most treatable —stage.
Did you know that Utah is No. 1 in the country for volunteering? About 51 percent of Utah residents volunteer their time to nonprofit organizations. That’s significantly higher than the national average of about 30 percent.
These three bad habits can cause damage to your eyes over time. The good news? They are easy to avoid.
Are you prepared for another earthquake? Read our latest blog for some of the best ways to protect yourself and your family during a seismic event.
Did you know? Complete and regular eye exams are a good way to detect — and treat — glaucoma early.
At Utah Eye Centers, we’re proud to have Dr. Michael Bullard on our team. He is the only certified pediatric ophthalmologist in Northern Utah, dedicated to eye issues involving children. Learn more about Dr. Bullard and our services for children in our latest blog!
Are you taking good care of your eyes? Keeping your eyes healthy depends a lot on you. Here are three simple ways to help protect your vision:
How much screen time do you get each day? The average adult spends more than 10 hours each day using tablets, smartphones, TVs are more. Surprised? Here’s how to keep your eyes happy and healthy with all of this screen time: