About Matheson A. Harris, MD
Matheson A. Harris, MD practices in Salt Lake City at Utah Oculoplastic Consultants as an Oculoplastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Harris was invited to join RealSelf in 2012, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 2 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS). Dr. Harris has hospital affiliations at Intermountain Medical Center, LDS Hospital, Primary Children's Medical Center, Alta View Hospital.
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Posted by BM366758
Dr. Harris and his staff are a real pleasure to visit. They schedule your appointments when you want them and are very cooperative. Dr. Harris did my surgery at an alternate location so he could use the high tech laser for surgery; therefore, I didn't experience the swelling and bruising that is normal for 2 weeks after this procedure. He answered all my questions and was instrumental in gettig my procedure approved by my mediacl insurance provider. Every one form the doctor on down are VERY nice and VERY professional!!!
Posted by mindic
dr. harris was patient, informative, gentle, and quick. he gave me useful information about what he was doing and i am thrilled with the results.
Posted by paul2006
Dr. Harris was professional and caring. My expectations in all of the categories above were exceeded.
Posted by DLarkin
Dr. Harris worked with my young daughter and performed a simple surgery on her eyelid in the office. He was so kind and caring with her. He helped her to feel comfortable and safe. I really appreciated his ability to calm and reassure her. And his skill and expertise were evident in his work. Her eye looks great and healed quickly! She loved him!
Posted by JJohnson
I'm Sold on an Oculoplastic Surgeon Who's Been a Figurative Artist for 25 Years. He's Blessed with Great Hands. - Utah
Posted by Everybody's Grandma
Dr. Harris completed his fellowship and became board certified a year ago. I like to find a doctor who has been recently schooled in the latest methods. He's taken over a practice and breathed new life into it in my opinion. He was so knowledgable and motivated to give me an excellent outcome. I felt I was the only thing that mattered.
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Education / Training
Medical: MD, Penn State University
Residency: Ophthalmology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Fellowship: Orbital and Lacrimal Surgery & Eyelid and Facial Reconstruction, ASOPRS, West Virginia University Eye Institute