Eye doctor | St. George, UT
Richens Eye Center
Vision for Life
Eye Doctor St. George, UT
Richens Eye Center
Vision for Life
Eye Doctor St. George, UT
Richens Eye Center
Vision for Life
Lasik St. George, UT
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Highly anticipated national launch of a new permanent contact lens for myopia (nearsightedness) and astigmatism in one. Dr. Sharon Richens will be one of the first surgeons in the nation to offer the Visian Toric ICL to her patients starting in November 2018.

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Richens Eye Center is a medical practice dedicated to diagnosing and treating all types of eye diseases and conditions ranging from routine exams for eye glasses to the need for specialized surgery. Our goal is to provide excellent ophthalmic care to every person in each family regardless of age or type of dysfunction. To that end, Richens Eye Center staff members work together to ensure that your needs are ably met. Our physicians are highly trained in their subspecialties, and they bring a wide range of medical expertise to their patients. Staying up-to-date with the latest research, they constantly strive to improve treatments and find cures for eye diseases. Richens Eye Center is committed to preserving and restoring sight by providing the most comprehensive and highest quality eye care for the people of southern Utah.

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