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The Eye Institute of Utah Hosts World Renowned Cataract Surgeons: In Economically Trying Times, Nine Fortunate Patients Receive State of the Art Cataract Lenses
Date:1/13/2010

couldn’t afford to have their vision restored,” said Dr. Robert Cionni, Medical Director for The Eye Institute of Utah. “Now they will not only receive treatment for their cataracts, but they will also be receiving the best of what’s available from world class surgeons right here in Utah.”

The October 23rd worldwide conference event broadcast the surgeries on live television and in HD. Some of the patients selected had already had surgical treatment on their first eye in preparation for the live event and the improvements to their vision were already beginning.

About The Eye Institute of Utah
Known throughout the Intermountain West as a leader in the eye care industry, The Eye Institute of Utah specializes in cataract intraocular lens (IOL) implant surgery, cosmetic surgery and refractive surgeries including LASIK in Salt Lake City and refractive lens procedures (using ReSTOR, Crystalens, and Visian ICL). The Eye Institute of Utah also cares for and treats general ophthalmology needs including glaucoma, dry eye, retina and macular degeneration, and corneal transplantation. Established in 1980, as the first and largest office-based eye surgical center in Utah, The Eye Institute is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, with a satellite office in Rock Springs, Wyoming.

To learn more about the Live Surgery event conducted at The Eye Institute of Utah, contact Helen Sikes at 801.266.2283 or hsikes(at)theeyeinstitute(dot)com.

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