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Yeah Samake Receives Laser Cataract Surgery

By Court
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“My New Vision Is Remarkable” – Yeah Samake, Candidate for President of The Republic of Mali

Following months of planning through the pandemic, Monson Vision recently hosted Ambassador Yeah Samake, from The Republic of Mali. Ambassador Samake flew to Logan, Utah all the way from Western Africa to undergo an ultra advanced, custom lens and laser based vision restoration surgery. He will be going without wearing glasses at all distances for life making this a life changing procedure.

Yeah Samake is a visionary leader who has brought the development of over 40 schools, 9 hospitals, championed agricultural modernization, solar technology, freshwater advancements, all working towards political stability and a new day of prosperity for his great nation. Yeah is a remarkable world leader and is a Presidential Candidate for The Republic of Mali. It’s been an honor for Monson Vision to conduct a laser vision restoration procedure that will result in a glasses free outcome.

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With the help of ultra-advanced laser cataract surgery in Utah, Monson Vision is able to restore clear distance vision at near and intermediate range. Every cataract procedure is custom-tailored to the uniqueness of your eyes starting with a unique treatment plan created by proprietary eye-mapping technology. This advanced technology provides superior surgical planning and precision for exceptional custom outcomes. You’ll also meet personally with Dr. Monson in a detailed consultation to create a laser eye surgery procedure unique to your specific needs.

Monson Vision provides a large variety of vision restoration procedures in Utah including: Refractive Lens Exchange, SmILE laser vision correction, ICL, and LASIK eye surgery. Find out which laser eye surgery procedure is right for you by scheduling a complimentary consultation by booking online or calling 435-787-7200. To learn more about Laser Cataract Surgery in Utah click HERE.

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