Four Deserving Mothers to Receive Free Lasik

Dr. Darcy Wolsey, MD, MPH; from The Eye Institute of Utah is here to tell us about the benefits of laser vision correction and how to nominate a mom to receive a Free Lasik treatment.

Four deserving mothers will receive the gift of sight for FREE this Mother’s Day from The Eye Institute of Utah. LASIK vision correction will be awarded to mothers whose names and stories will be submitted by loved ones on the Eye Institute website (

The Eye Institute will select four lucky mothers from hundreds of applicants. These finalists will be invited to The Eye Institute for an exam and screening to make sure they are good candidates for LASIK. The week before the Mothers Day holiday, four deserving mothers will be chosen to receive LASIK at no charge.

These procedures will be performed with the very best LASIK technology available. The Eye Institute of Utah has one of only a few IntraLase iFS and ALLEGRETTO WAVE™ Excimer Laser Systems in Utah. These lasers are acclaimed throughout the industry for superior results in restoring vision. Typically, LASIK with the IntraLase iFS and Allegretto system cost over of $2,000 per eye.

“Mothers are the fabric that holds our community together. They sacrifice their own time and resources for the good of their family and friends.” Comments Dr. Robert Cionni, Medical Director at The Eye Institute of Utah. “We are honored that we can give back to them and it’s our way of saying ‘thank you’ for a job well done.”

Surgeries will be performed on May 7th, 2010 at The Eye Institute of Utah located on 755 East 3900 South in Salt Lake City, Utah.

For more information about The Eye Institute, visit

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 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.

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