Optical Shops

optical shop

At the Moran Eye Center we carry the latest brands of eyewear from the United States, France, Italy and Japan. We personalize your eyewear to complement your facial features as well as the shape of your face.   We carry top of the line progressives, thin, lighter lens designs at affordable prices.


We know from experience that eyewear is more than fashion. Your glasses must remain comfortable and stand up to daily wear – sometimes on the ski slope. That's why we have the newest choices in thinner, lighter, reflection-free and scratch-resistant lenses as well as top-of-the-line progressive lenses.

Our certified opticians are experts in frames, lenses, lens repairs and fit as well as lens construction and tinting for those with special sensitivities to light.


Our extensive line of cater to active outdoor activities such as skiing, golfing, biking and running. To serve our winter sports patients, we offer many brands of ski goggles and optical inserts. We also have a large selection of fashion sun wear.


And don't forget to pick up other eyewear accessories such as repair kits, cleaning kits and cloths, safety eye wear, reading glasses, and Preser Vitamins© for macular degeneration.

John A. Moran Eye Center 65 Mario Capecchi Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Davis Vision Center 1492 West Antelope Drive
Layton, UT 84041

Greenwood Health Center 7495 South State Street
Midvale, UT 84047

Parkway Health Center 145 W. University Parkway
Orem, UT 84058

Redstone Health Center 1743 W. Redstone Center Drive
Park City, UT 84095

Primary Children's Outpatient Services at Riverton 3773 W. 12600 S. Ste #301
Riverton, UT 84065

South Jordan Health Center 5126 W. Daybreak Parkway (11400 S.)
South Jordan, UT 84095

Redwood Health Center 1525 West 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Stansbury Health Center 220 Millpond Road, #100
Stansbury Park, UT 84074

Westridge Health Center 3730 W. 4700 S.
West Valley City, UT 84118

Who can wear contacts?

Contact lenses can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Many people who wear glasses can also successfully wear contacts.

Contacts can be made from a number of different materials and fall into either the soft or rigid category. Soft lenses are a good fit for many people.  Rigid or hard lenses generally provide sharper vision, especially for people with high refractive errors or larger degrees of astigmatism.  Hard lenses may take longer to get used to, but once the eyes are used to them both soft and hard lenses can be worn comfortably.

When do I replace my lenses?

Contact lenses can be worn on a variety of schedules. Some are designed to be removed daily, while others can be worn overnight.  They can be replaced on a daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly basis. You and our specialist will determine a schedule that works best for you.

Am I a candidate for contacts?

Some people may not be good candidates for contacts. Those who suffer from conditions such as dry eye, those who have frequent eye infections, severe allergies, or people who work in dusty and dirty environments, may not be ideal candidates. Our specialists will help you determine if contacts will successfully work for you.

With proper care and supervision contact lenses can be a safe and effective alternative to wearing eye glasses.

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