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Dr. Barratt L. Phillips is a board certified ophthalmologist who has been practicing since 1995 and joined Inland Eye Specialists in 1999. He treats medical and surgical diseases of the eye and specializes in cataract surgery.
Dr. Phillips completed his medical degree at The University of Utah and his Ophthalmology training at Loma Linda University. He received the Utah Medical Association's Outstanding Student Scholarship and scored in the top 10 percentile in the American Academy of Ophthalmology examination.
Dr. Phillips is a member of the American Association of Ophthalmology, California Association of Ophthalmology, and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery. He has given many presentations nationally and internationally, and has had scientific papers published in such prestigious journals as Ophthalmic Surgery and Lasers, Ophthalmology, and the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
Dr. Phillips has been performing a variety of microsurgical and refractive laser procedures since 1995. He is a VISX-certified LASIK surgeon. He specializes in "Quick Vision" cataract surgery which avoids injections, stitches, and eye patches. He performs cosmetic eyelid surgery and glaucoma procedures as well. Dr. Phillips also has over 15 years of experience with BOTOX injections. Dr. Phillips has participated in medical and surgical mission trips to Jamaica,Central America, and the Soloman Islands.
Dr. Phillips is married and has three children. He is active in church community scouting activities. He enjoys skiing, mountain climbing, and riding his bike.
"During my medical training, I was especially impressed with the tremendous impact an ophthalmologist can have in the lives of those suffering from vision loss. Today, I am fortunate to practice in a time when technology allows me to intervene and cure diseases like never before. Having undergone eye surgery myself, I feel I can relate to the concerns and questions patients may have when anticipating surgery on this delicate area.
"I look forward to the daily opportunities I have to build long-term relationships with my wonderful patients! They know I enjoy teaching them about their eyes, and that I won't leave the room until all their questions are answered. I try to go the extra mile to make sure my patients leave the office feeling comfortable and seeing well."