Monson Vision Voted Utah’s 2021 Best of State in Eye Care

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Monson Vision of Logan, Utah has been voted Utah’s 2021 Best of State for Eye Care! The Best of State Awards recognize Utah’s top innovators and organizations. We are honored to have been chosen as this year’s Best of State, we love designing custom vision outcomes for all of our guest patients.

A big congratulations to Dr. Bryan Monson and the rest of the Monson Vision Team for being one of the best eye surgery centers in the country!

Monson Vision not only flourishes within Logan, Utah, but throughout the world as well thanks to our Same {Next} Day Surgery Program. Patients travel to Monson Vision for their vision correction procedures from all over the United States and abroad. Monson Vision also works with doctors all over the world through a collaborative care program in which they allow patients to work with local doctors to perform pre- and post- appointments close to home.

Monson Vision Team

In order to improve the overall quality of life in Utah, Monson focuses on improving the vision of each individual, being Different by Design in every way possible because every eye is unique. After doing so, they stand by their procedures for life.

Monson Vision is a world-class, center of excellence housing a Joint Commission Accredited (JHCO) surgical center. From modern LASIK and SmILE to advanced laser cataract and near vision correction, Dr. Monson and his team are here to help you see better, and in return, live better. 

If you’re looking for a professional Utah Ophthalmologist to perform your next surgical procedure, visit Monson Vision and get a complimentary consultation. Find out why Monson Vision was voted Utah’s 2021 Best of State for Eye Care and give us a call at 435-787-7200.

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