inSight Learning Series by Richens Eye Center

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Upcoming inSight Sessions

inSight Learning Series is an ongoing series of free educational sessions sponsored by Richens Eye Center. Every 3 months, some of the industry’s top eye care professionals will teach critical topics to help you protect the health of your precious eyes.

We also invite you to tour our brand-new Southwest Surgery Center and Specs Appeal optical store.

November 14th | inSight Sessions
10 am | Technology & Cataract Surgery

Learn about the latest advances in cataract surgery
Presented by Kelly Clayton, Richens Eye Center
Practice Administrator & Certified Ophthalmic Executive

2 pm | Life After Cataracts

Diagnosis, treatment, & life after cataract surgery
Patient panel discusses their experiences


Tour Brand-New Facilities

November 15th | inSight Sessions & Open House
10 am | Technology & Cataract Surgery

Learn about the latest advances in cataract surgery
Encore of Thursday’s session presented by Kelly Clayton, Richens Eye Center Practice Administrator & Certified Ophthalmic Executive

11 am | Sunglasses & Eye Health

How sunglasses protect your vision & how to find the right pair for you
Presented by Maui Jim

1:30 — 3:00 pm | Open House

Come for our ribbon cutting, inSight learning stations, and public tours of the new Southwest Surgery Center and Specs Appeal.

Call to Learn More
(435) 986-2020


Go the Distance With Ongoing inSight Sessions

After November 15th, inSight sessions will be conducted every 3 months by industry-leading doctors, surgeons, optometrists, or eyewear specialists. For 30-45 minutes, they will teach participants about important eye health topics such as:

  • Macular degeneration
  • Retina conditions
  • Lens implants
  • Vision & aging

2020 inSight sessions will be held in February, May, August, and November at Richens Eye Center in St. George. Stay tuned for specific dates, times and topics. Admission is free.

Call or Text
(435) 986-2020


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