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he Trusted LASIK and Cataract Surgeons directory only lists surgeons who have extensive experience and exceptional qualifications. We estimate these Salt Lake City Laser Eye Surgery and LASIK vision correction surgeons are among the top 1% of eye surgeons performing eye surgery and eye care in the United States.

The Eye Institue of Utah is the premier vison correction center in Utah serving Salt Lake, surronding comunities, Utah, the USA as well as international patients.

Lasik and Cataract surgeon Dr. Robert J. Cionni, MD in Salt Lake CitySalt Lake City Cataract / LASIK Eye Surgeon Robert J. Cionni, M.D.

Dr. Robert J. Cionni, MD has extensive qualifications that we estimate put him among the top 1% of Cataract, LASIK, and refractive surgeons in the United States. Robert J. Cionni, M.D. is the Medical Director of The Eye Institute of Utah and specializes in cataract and refractive lens implant surgery as well as LASIK and PRK. Dr. Cionni instructs Ophthalmologists in advanced cataract surgery techniques and the management of cataract and implant complications. He has authored and co-authored numerous manuscripts, textbook chapters, and video journal segments that are read and viewed worldwide.



Cataract Surgeon Alan Slade Crandall, MD in Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Glaucoma / Cataract Surgeon Alan Slade Crandall, M.D.

A world-renowned cataract and glaucoma expert, Alan Slade Crandall, MD, also with The Eye Institute of Utah, is a specialist in the medical and surgical management of cataracts and glaucoma. He has been a principal investigator in clinical research projects relating to cataracts and glaucoma, and has performed thousands of refractive surgeries. Internationally recognized, Dr. Crandall is invited to lecture on these subjects in countries throughout the world. Dr. Crandall has extensive qualifications that we estimate put him among the top 1% of Cataract, LASIK, and refractive surgeons in the United States.



Cornea Eye Surgeon Dr. Darcy Wolsey, M.P.H. in Salt Lake City Salt Lake City LASIK / Cornea Eye Surgeons Dr. Darcy Wolsey. M.D.

Dr. Darcy Wolsey, M.P.H., a native of Salt Lake, attended the University of New Mexico. She completed her internship and residency in ophthalmology at the University of Utah’s Moran Eye Center followed by a one year fellowship in Cornea and Refractive Surgery. Dr. Wolsey specializes in the diagnosis of advanced corneal disease and utilizes procedures such as PKP, DSEK, and INTACS for surgical treatment. She also performs cataract surgery and many of the advanced refractive surgeries including LASIK, PRK, implantation of ICLs, refractive lens exchange and presbyopic vision correction. In addition, Dr. Wolsey is experienced with the latest surgical technology-the new IFS Intralase laser used in LASIK and laser assisted corneal transplants.


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