Blog

June is Cataract Awareness Month

With June being Cataract Awareness Month Davis Vision Center has been promoting patient education about the signs of cataracts and how they can prevent them.
While Davis Vision Center is one of the leading providers of LASIK surgery in Utah, we also specialize in cataract surgery for patients with cloudy or dark vision. We emphasize to patients that prevention for cataracts is important, and knowing the signs and symptoms of cataracts will help them enjoy better vision.

Vision Events Launched; Holds First Annual 5k Fun Run

Dr. Davis is proud to announce the start of Vision Events! This charity was started earlier this year by Dr. Davis and his brother as a way to give back to the community. One has a daughter with a retinal degenerative disease so this hits close to home. Both brothers have seen vision blinding diseases and have agonized over their devastating effects. Together they have participated in countless charitable sporting events over the years -- cycling, running, and swimming. Vision Events was created to combine their passion for sports with a cause dear to their hearts!

LASIK Groupon is back!

For those who missed our LASIK Groupon over the winter we have brought it back for a limited time. Don't miss out. You can get $1,300 off your blade-free intralase procedure. Most of our patients see 20/20 or better after having LASIK and they tell us it's the best investment they've ever made. We look forward to seeing you in our office for a free consult!

LASIK and Summer Vacations

We continually try to make LASIK more fun and exciting for our patients. So this Summer, we're giving everyone who has custom blade-free iLASIK a Vacation! This includes airfare and hotel for 2 to several destinations. We have teamed up with Morris Murdock Travel to make this a successful campaign because let's face it; we know LASIK, not summer vacation planning. :)

Happy Birthday Robyn!

Robyn Neal has been our practice manager for over 8 years. She works tirelessly to keep our office moving in the right direction. She has a great personality and knows how to make work fun. But perhaps her best trait is that she really cares about each patient and wants to do what's best for them. She takes the time to explain all options and makes our patients feel right at home. Thanks Robyn for everything you do. We appreciate you!!

Cataracts Before Age 60? Know the Signs and Symptoms

If you think cataracts are only a problem for seniors and elderly patients, think again. Statistics are showing that more and more people in their 40s and 50s are showing to be candidates for cataract surgery. There are thousands of others in their middle ages who are likely developing cataracts but don’t even realize it.

Cataracts develop slowly over time, and because of that, sometimes they aren’t recognized until vision is heavily impaired. A cataract, which is the clouding of the lens of the eye, restricts the amount of light to the eye and has a negative effect on vision.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - blogs