January, 2012

DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - Eyes Are Window To Mind

Monday, January 30th, 2012

The eyes are the window into the soul – or at least the mind, according to a new paper published in Perspectives on Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. Measuring the diameter of the pupil, the part of the eye that changes size to let in more light, can show what...  read more

DLC LASIK Austin News - Wavefront Guided Laser Proven To Be Superior

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Two New Independent Studies Each Demonstrate Superiority of Wavefront Guided Over Wavefront Optimized Laser Vision Correction Two new influential, prospective, bilateral random eye studies each re-affirm that VISX Customvue Wavefront Guided laser vision correction (the only technology used at Dell Laser Consultants) produces better contrast sensitivity and visual acuities than Wavefront Optimized laser vision correction...  read more

DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - Tufts biologists make tadpoles grow eyes on their backs and tails.

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

Biologists at Tufts University were able to make tadpoles grow eyes on their backs and tails by genetically manipulating the membrane voltage of cells in frog embryos. This new mechanism could have great potential in the formation of complex organs for transplantation and regenerative medicine applications.

Dell LASIK and Cataract AUSTIN News – Macular Degeneration, A Serious Threat To You And The Pocket Book

Monday, January 16th, 2012

In a recent Duke University study, it was found that diagnosis of neovascular (wet) Age Related Macular Degeneration patients have doubled in just over a decade (1994-2006). The cost of treatment to the medical system also doubled.   http://www.ajo.com/article/S0002-9394(11)00410-7/abstract This underscores the importance of early routine eye exams and the use of sunglasses after LASIK eye...  read more

Austin LASIK DLC NEWS - Asian Americans Face Higher Glaucoma Risk

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Asian Americans may be at greater risk for glaucoma compared to other races in the United States, according to a study published online Feb. 10 in Ophthalmology. This underscores the importance of routine eye examinations because glaucoma is often undetectable by the patient until the severe stages of the disease.  

LASIK AUSTIN News - Prolensa Effective for Treatment of Pain and Inflammation After Cataract Surgery

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Although cataract surgery is generally painless and well tolerated by patients, continued drug advancements have served to ensure a pleasant experience for the vast majority of patients. Both Dr. Dell and Dr. Cunningham have served as advisors in the development of this new medication.