When you come to our office, you can feel comfortable knowing that you will receive excellent dental care and be treated with respect by our wonderful staff. We are aware that eye examinations are an important part of healthcare for all. An annual eye exam can detect a wide range of eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and other diseases. Normally an eye examination includes a thorough examination of your eyes, as well as an examination of your teeth and a dental examination.
Your ophthalmologist will discuss the results of your eye exam and determine the right prescription so you can see your best. Our optician can also answer any questions you may have about dental hygiene or other things you think you need to bring with you to the eye examination. Your optician will also contact you with other eye care questions, such as allergies, blurred vision or dental problems. We will discuss any age-related vision problem you may experience with our optometer during your next annual eye exams.
After a discussion with your ophthalmologist, which contact lenses would be the best option for you for correcting your vision, you can arrange an eye examination with us. We take detailed measurements of your eyes to determine the correct contact lenses. These measurements can be achieved by letting another person read your eye card with different sizes and letters.
A normal, comprehensive eye examination allows the ophthalmologist to determine whether your eyes are healthy enough to wear contact lenses. Visual screening is typically performed by an ophthalmologist, pediatric ophthalmologist or pediatric ophthalmologist. When you take your child to the ophthalmologist for an eye examination, the best thing to do is to learn whether he or she needs glasses.
While eye tests can help you identify vision problems, they can also overlook many important problems that can be detected by a comprehensive eye exam. The most common vision problems associated with age are presbyopia, age-related vision weakness in the corners of the eyes, and astigmatism. Signs of a child's vision problems are too close to the TV or avoiding visual activities such as reading or drawing.
Contact lenses can provide vision correction, and there is a wide range of eye care options for new and established patients with vision problems.
He founded Starley Family Dental in 1981 and is a member of the Clinical Attending Faculty. He works with his sons Dr. Nathan and Dr. Spencer and is located in Ogden, Utah, as well as in Salt Lake City and Utah City. His medical education includes a bachelor's degree in dentistry from the University of Utah School of Dentistry and a doctorate in ophthalmology from Brigham and Women's Hospital, both at Utah State University. Dr. Starly is the founder and chief physician of the family's dental practice in Ogden.
He is active in his congregation and is pleased that the patients he has met over the years are loyal and reliable, many of them for more than 30 years. He enjoys the friendships, opportunities and service he finds there and has found that all his patients who have met him in these years are loyal and reliable, and many have come to his office more than once in the past year.
He graduated in 1977 with a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology from Weber State University and earned his doctorate in dental surgery from the University of Washington in 1981. He and his wife Colleen are parents to two children, a son and daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren. In 1990, he founded the Ogden Oral Health Foundation (OHDF), a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit that has been providing dental care to those in need in his community for 25 years. The OMDF, with the support of the US Department of Health and the United Way of Utah, provides humanitarian dental care in the areas of poverty, homelessness, HIV / AIDS, mental health and human trafficking.