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Dr. Dell Chairs National Eye Surgery Symposium

Friday, August 5th, 2011

The ACOS Summer Symposium brings together an all-star cast of physician thought-leaders and innovators from industry in a unique forum. Dr. Dell (President-elect of the American College of Ophthamic Surgery) will be chairing the Sumer Symposium of the ACOS.  Dr. Dell is hounored to be leading the information exchange of the top refractive surgeons in the...  read more

Dr. Cunningham Lectures at National Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Dr. Cunningham lectures at National Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting.  This meeting consists of over 10,000 of the top athletic trainers in the United States.  Dr. Cunningham spoke of maximizing vision in athletes and visual performance.  Often elite athletes seek out Dell Laser Consultants for their advanced vision correction technology and expertise in demanding visual...  read more

Dr. Dell featured in Cover Story for Review of Optometry

Monday, April 11th, 2011

Dr. Dell’s pioneering LASER cataract surgery was featured in the cover story for Review of Optometry this month. Review of Optometry is the most widely read journal in optometry.This historic event has been met with incredible anticipation by surgeons around the country. The biggest buzz at the academic meetings for eye surgeons this year had...  read more

Dr. Dell named one of the 34 best Ophthalmologists in America by Becker's ASC Review

Monday, April 4th, 2011

Becker’s ASC Review is a bimonthly publication offering general business, legal and clinical news, analysis and guidance on a variety of topics relevant to ambulatory surgery centers.  The publication reaches an audience of more than 25,000 key ASC-industry decision makers including surgeons, medical directors, directors of surgery, administrators and others involved in the rapidly growing...  read more

Dr. Dell Awarded prestigious Dulaney Award

Monday, March 21st, 2011

On February 27th, 2011 at the Aspen Invitational Refractive Symposium, Dr. Dell was presented with the David D. Dulaney Award for outstanding contribution to the field of eye surgery. Dr. Dell is the youngest eye surgeon ever to receive this award.

Males at Highest Risk for Eye Injuries.

Friday, December 17th, 2010

Approximately 2.5 million Americans suffer eye injuries every year.   Almost 75% of these injuries happen to males.   Young men make up the largest sub-group.  Even though millions of people are enjoying the freedom and clarity of LASIK vision correction, this highlights the importance of eye protection when indicated.  Here are DLC we are aggressive advocates...  read more

Newly available strobe glasses for elite athlete training highlight the need for perfect vision.

Monday, December 6th, 2010

Glasses like these have been used for years to train elite athletes to process information faster.   The glasses black out for very short periods of time forcing the brain to process information quicker and re-acquire a target faster.  Advanced training techniques like this could even be used by the general population to increase things such...  read more

Think about Flex and Health Savings Account Savings

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

  Remember that legislation is in place that may dramatically reduce the maximum amount of money you can contribute to flex.  If this is enacted, it could start next year and greatly reduce the tax savings for medical related expenses (including LASIK).   Most HR departments are on top of this and instructing employees of...  read more

First patient in Austin to receive corneal cross-linking

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

  The first patient to ever recieive corneal cross-linking in Austin, Texas underwent their procedure at Dell Laser Consultants today.  This is a revolutionary treatmemt and may eventually help hundreds of Texans from blindness or corneal transplants.

New study shows that low levels of exposure to tobacco smoke affects the lungs

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

A single cigarette produces enough smoke to alter genes in the lungs according to a study in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.  This could have consequences for your vision as well.  We know that smokers are more prone to cataracts and macular degeneration.  Considering the amount of people that are exposed...  read more