Dr. Michael Bullard
"I was very impressed with him. Friendly and very helpful. Awesome can't wait until it time to go back."
"We just love Dr. Bullard. He is so great with my son and we fill 100% confident that he has our best interests at heart. He recently performed surgery on Luke and it went incredibly well. We are thrilled with the great outcome! Top notch Dr. you have there. My son, Luke, has never been fond of dr visits: dentists, pediatricians, etc. but every time we have an eye appt he actually gets excited about going. Nick and Dr. Bullard are both so wonderful with him. He calls them his friends and he now wants to be an eye Dr. when he grows up so he can fix kid’s eyes like they do. This mother could not be more pleased with them!"
"Was very professional in explaining the current health of my eye. As courteous and professional as they get. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the WORST facility possible, and 10 being the BEST facility possible; I rate them a 10 absolute!"
"Dr. Bullard was very personable. I felt comfortable asking him questions. He explained things in a manner I understood. You guys have a great team. I was greeted with a REAL smile by every staff member that assisted me."
I love Dr. Bullard because he gave us more options besides eye surgery for my son. Even though in the end eye surgery was needed. I like the fact that he tried other methods first. Dr. Bullard is very professional and such a nice person. He really cares for his patients.
"It was a fantastic experience, my daughter was upset with having to get eye drops and the technician that came in was very soothing and so nice. She calmed my daughter down and let her do everything on HER terms. Previous offices have had to hold her down to do the drops, and I absolutely loved the fact that everything was done when my daughter was ready."
Strabismus is caused by a nerve injury or a dysfunction of the muscles controlling the eye. This will cause a misalignment of the eyes which will make one of the eyes to turn inward, outward, downward, or upward. Dr. Bullard treats kids and adults for strabismus. His patients have seen great results and are very satisfied with their vision. Dr. Bullard and his team will give you or your children the best treatment options available.
Amblyopia occurs in early childhood when nerve pathways between the brain and eye aren’t properly stimulated the brain favors the other eye. This commonly known as a lazy eye. Symptoms can include a wondering eye, eyes that may not appear to work together, or poor depth perception. Dr. Bullard will find the best treatment available for your child in these cases.”
Nasolacrimalduct Obstruction is simply the obstruction of tear ducts. Obstruction of tear ducts leads to an excess overflow of tears. The most common cause is the failure of the membrane at the end of the tear duct. After Dr. Bullard discovers a clogged tear duct he will provide you or your child with the correct treatment.
A Certified Orthoptist is a uniquely trained expert in the evaluation and management of childhood and adult eye movement abnormalities, strabismus, lazy eye, and double vision. Nicholas Strauss is one of only two Certified Orthoptists currently practicing in the state of Utah. He attained his Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University, and he completed his graduate studies in Orthoptics at Vanderbilt University and University at Buffalo.