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29
Jul
2009
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Newest Options for “Over 40 Vision” at Hoopes Vision

If you have noticed that you are holding the menu a little farther away, or have finally had to break down and buy a pair of dime store readers or even bifocals — you are not alone. Millions are now reaching the magic age of 40 and find their near vision failing. This is a […]

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10
Jul
2009
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Making LASIK Affordable — Get More for Your Money

The most important decisions to be made when considering LASIK surgery involve questions of safety, experience and technology, but the cost of the procedure can also be an important issue. In today’s economy, many had predicted that LASIK surgery would see a decrease in volume. Instead, it turns out to be a bit more complicated. […]

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09
Jul
2009
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A History of LASIK and Vision Correction Surgery

Refractive surgery has evolved since it’s beginning in the 1970’s. While early techniques laid the foundation for more modern techniques, today’s methods are safer, with improved visual outcomes. akeye1Radial Keratotomy (RK)  RK corrected low degrees of myopia by making small spoke-like incisions in the cornea. Discovered accidentally in 1971 by a Russian doctor who observed […]

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02
Jul
2009
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Hoopes Vision Announces Video Contest

Hoopes Vision launched the official start of our video contest yesterday. Dr. Hoopes Jr. made a brief appearance on Good Things Utah to announce the official start. People are encouraged to submit a short video about the subject “Why I want LASIK surgery” or “Why I want LASIK surgery from Hoopes Vision”. Entries to the […]

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16
Jun
2009
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Lasik Laser Technology – Which Laser is Best?

It can be confusing for someone looking into LASIK, trying to compare LASIK centers. Each place you go, will tell you why their laser is best. The truth is, no single laser is going to be the best for everyone. If it were that simple, all doctors would use the same laser. Your eyes are […]

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12
Jun
2009
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Night Time Vision and LASIK- New LASIK Lasers Improve Night Vision, Reduce Halo and Glare

Night time halos and glare have been a common concern for patients considering LASIK. Early on, in the history of LASIK surgery, it was expected that some patients would have some increase in halo and glare at night. Lasers designed to perform traditional treatments and even wavefront guided treatments tend to flatten the cornea and […]

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11
Jun
2009
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Hoopes Vision at Utah Optometric Association

The Utah Optometric Association gathered together for their annual convention and continuing education meetings June 4th through June 7th in Midway, Utah. The Utah Optometric Association is a large group of optometrists in Utah that work together to promote optometry. Dr. Hoopes, Jr. gave an educational lecture to update optometrists on the surgical management of […]

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08
Jun
2009
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Utah Eye Doctor Chooses Hoopes for LASIK

Dr. Jessica Graham is the latest Utah optometrist to choose Hoopes Vision for her own LASIK vision correction. Dr Graham is an optometrist who practices in Herriman Utah, has referred many patients to Hoopes Vision for LASIK surgery including her husband Troy. On Monday, May 18th it was her turn. Dr. Graham’s surgery was performed […]

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27
Mar
2009
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Heather McPhie and Landon Gardner Compete at World Cup Ski Event Without Glasses or Contact Lenses

We proudly watched a couple of our LASIK patients compete right here in Utah at the World Cup Ski event this year at Deer Valley Resort. The event was held January 29th and 31st. Landon Gardner and Heather McPhie of the U.S. Ski Team were competing at this event. Both Heather and Landon had IntraLASIK […]

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26
Mar
2009
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Real Golf Radio Co-Host Has IntraLASIK at Hoopes Vision

Bob Casper, co-host of Real Golf Radio and son of legendary golfer Billy Casper, came in on Tuesday for vision correction surgery. Dr. Phillip Hoopes, Jr. performed the blade-free IntraLASIK surgery. Bob had previously worn just one contact lens, leaving the other eye uncorrected in order to provide both distance and reading vision. After discussing […]

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