DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - DLC patient gets laser vision correction to climb Mt. Everest

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

With Mt. Everest climbing season upon us, learn how a DLC patient chose Dr. Dell to do his laser vision correction before subjecting himself to the most extreme conditions in the world. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJKoPmxROUE   Good Luck David!      

DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - Dr. Cunningham's eye injury interview downloaded over 30,000 times

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Dr. Cunningham of Dell Laser Consultants in Austin, Texas talks with Dr. Val Jones of Healthy Vision about eye safety.  Sport specific eye injuries are covered in detail, along with eye safety issues specific to children.   To listen to this podcast, click on the following link  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/healthyvision/2012/03/23/new-healthy-vision-with-dr-val-jones-sports-eye-injuries

DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - Dr. Dell's chapter is featured in the latest textbook on Laser Cataract Surgery.

Friday, May 11th, 2012


DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - Dr. Dell to provide an extensive program of lectures at the largest meeting of refractive surgeons in the country.

Friday, April 13th, 2012

  Dr. Dell’s expertise will again be showcased at the American Academy of Refractive and Cataract Surgeons. He will provide several hours of lecturing and educations to the largest gathering of refractive surgeons in the country.  He will be educating them on the latest advancements and techniques available in LASIK and cataract surgery.    ...  read more

DLC LASIK Austin News - Visual alerts shown to evoke quicker reactions than alerts through other senses

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

New research has shown that visual alerting methods are still considered to be the most trustworthy, as compared to auditory or tactile alerts. This is shown by research conducted by a team of scientists at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, USA.In the study, thirty undergraduate students completed two sessions of a virtual reconnaissance mission....  read more

DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - Dr. Cunningham Featured on Eye Protection

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

  In addition to talking about steps you can take to protect your eyes during sports and recreation, Dr. Cunningham explains why certain sports carry more risk for eye injury, and advises how to know if an eye injury is serious enough to require medical attention,  and the risks of not having an eye injury...  read more

DLC AUSTIN LASIK NEWS - The Safety of LASIK vs Contact Lens Wear

Monday, March 12th, 2012

  Many people hesitate to have LASIK because they fear a poor outcome.  A recent study sheds much light on the risk of vision loss with LASIK eye surgery vs contact lens wear.   The significant findings from this study showed that soft contact lens wear posed the same risk of losing vision as LASIK...  read more

DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - Itchy Watery Eyes Around Eye Surgery

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

It is important to treat all ocular allergies before and after eye surgery.  Once patient achieve excellent vision after eye surgery, they often dismiss eye comfort due to the excitement of great vision.  It is important to continue to treat any itching or watering for several reasons.   A primary concern is eye irritation that may...  read more

DLC LASIK AUSTIN NEWS - Dr. Cunningham To Lecture at SECO International in Atlanta, Georgia

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Dr. Cunningham was invited to lecture at SECO International eye convention in Atlanta, Georgia this weekend.  SECO is one of the largest and well respected optometry conventions in the world.  Dr. Cunningham will be lecturing on ocular disease and LASIK eye surgery.  Dr. Cunningham will be educating other eyedoctors on the world leading treatment strategies...  read more

DLC LASIK Austin News - Dry Eye After LASIK Not As Big Of An Issue Now.

Friday, February 24th, 2012

University of Michigan study shows that dry eye after femtosecond (all LASER) LASIK is rare and mild. The conclusion of the study found “Dry-eye syndrome after myopic LASIK with a femtosecond laser was mild and improved after 3 months”. Dry eyes and corneal sensation after laser in situ keratomileusis with femtosecond laser flap creation Effect...  read more