Our eye exams are full scope and for all ages. We understand that eye exams are more than just glasses and contacts to make you see better. It is caring for the health of the entire eye. Is it getting harder to see in the distance? Noticing it's more difficult to read small print up close? Does glare off of headlights bother you while driving? Do you notice your central vision getting distorted? Do your eyes feel dry or water excessively? These, and many others, are all concerns we address during a routine eye exam. According to the American Optometric Association the first eye exam should be performed at 6 months old, then right before a child begins school, and subsequently every 1-2 years afterward.
Quality Glasses & Contact Lenses
Here at Wasatch Vision Center we believe in quality, you get what you pay for. We offer quality frame brands, with warranties and top of the line lenses to best suit your vision needs. We also carry the top contact lens brands that have the most success with comfort and vision. That way you can be confident that you are wearing lenses you can trust and won't cause issues.
Ocular Disease Management
Dr. Seitz is extremely passionate about eye health. He is an avid believer that there is so much more to the eyes besides vision. There are countless people he has encountered for routine eye exams with asymptomatic conditions that required attention. They wouldn't have known about them if they hadn't come in for their yearly exam. We manage a very wide range of ocular diseases. Some conditions that we commonly diagnose and manage include:
Retinal tears and detachments
Common eyelid and eye infections such as pink eye
Medical Eye Emergencies
An eye doctor is your best bet for accurate diagnosis and treatment for most minor emergency eye problems. If you have sudden vision loss, scratched your eye, are experiencing sudden pain, redness, swelling, or even something stuck in your eye, we are here to help. If it is something we are unable to treat in our office, or if you need emergency surgery, we can refer you to the best professionals possible to get you taken care of.
*If you're experiencing flashes of light, a sudden increase in floaters, or sudden vision loss we advise that you call us as soon as possible, if we are not open, after hour phone calls can be directed to 435-219-0033. If we are unavailable, go to the ER
Pre/Post Op Cataract & Lasik Co-Management
We work with several experienced eye surgeons in Utah who manage cataracts and perform the most advanced LASIK procedures. At our practice we diagnose cataracts and let you know if you are a good candidate for LASIK. We co-manage with these surgeons by taking care of your pre-op and post-op appointments.
Vision therapy is like physical therapy for the eyes to help strengthen them. Strong eye muscles are important for eye teaming, good binocular vision, depth perception, reducing symptoms of headache and eyestrain. If you have a lazy eye, an eye turn, or difficulty reading or utilizing hand eye coordination, vision therapy can help you or your child