How Does LASIK Work and What Kind of Vision Can I Expect?

February 4, 2016
How does LASIK work?

If you’re frustrated by the inconveniences eyeglasses and contact lenses can impose on you, LASIK eye surgery may be able to help. Before you decide on this approach, however, you should consult with a highly qualified ophthalmologist, such as Dr. Steven J. Dell or Dr. Divya M. Varu, and develop a broad understanding of how...  read more

Intraocular Lenses (IOLs): What Are the Different Options?

January 20, 2016

Every person, given enough time, will develop cataracts. However, the latest ophthalmological advances can make treating this condition easier and the results better than ever before. An intraocular lens, or IOL, can be used to replace your natural lens during cataract surgery. While the first IOLs ever developed allowed for only fixed-focus vision, modern products...  read more

How LASIK Can Change Your Life

January 13, 2016

The disadvantages of poor vision are easily recognizable, and there are numerous treatment options available that can capably improve eyesight. Why, then, should you consider LASIK eye surgery over a non-surgical approach? That depends on your individual needs and goals. LASIK surgery from our board certified eye surgeons offers abundant benefits that can be life-changing....  read more

I’m Interested in LASIK, What’s the First Step?

December 23, 2015
Lasik First Steps

You may have friends or family members who have received LASIK eye surgery and enthusiastically shared their experience. If you’re considering this popular procedure to improve your vision, you may wonder where to begin. Our experienced ophthalmologists, Dr. Steven Dell and Dr. Divya Varu, and extensively trained eye care team recommend scheduling a consultation with...  read more

Austin Ophthalmologist Discusses Typical Recovery Experience Following ASA Laser Vision Correction

October 26, 2015

Dr. Steven J. Dell of Dell Laser Consultants discusses what to expect after undergoing custom advanced surface abrasion treatment to reduce dependence on glasses and contacts. Austin, TX — Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), also called Advanced Surface Ablation (ASA), was the predecessor of LASIK eye surgery. This common laser vision correction method can address myopia (nearsightedness),...  read more

How Much Does Custom ASA Cost?

September 28, 2015

Your eyesight is precious, and the cost of laser vision correction should never be your primary concern when considering this procedure. However, at Dell Laser Consultants we understand price will likely be a factor in your decision. To help you plan for custom Advanced Surface Ablation (ASA), we can tell you that our fees are...  read more

TrueVision® Premieres 3D Surgical Presentation at 2015 AECOS Summer Summit

September 8, 2015

In August, Dr. Steven J. Dell, our board certified ophthalmologist, had the honor of chairing the 2015 annual AECOS Summer Summit in Deer Valley, Utah. The American-European Congress of Ophthalmic Surgery® is an esteemed organization that is committed to enhancing vision care and the patient experience. One of the highlights of the conference, Dr. Dell...  read more

Dr. Steven Dell Chairs Annual AECOS Summer Summit

September 2, 2015

Every summer the American-European Congress of Ophthalmic Surgery® (AECOS) convenes in beautiful Deer Valley, Utah. In this gorgeous setting the organization’s members discuss the latest techniques, technology, and medical findings in the field of vision care. Our experienced ophthalmologist, Dr. Steven J. Dell, was honored to chair this prestigious event, helping to make the conference...  read more

What Is the Difference Between Custom ASA and LASIK?

August 31, 2015

When you think of laser vision correction, LASIK may be the first – and perhaps the only – technique that comes to mind. However, custom Advanced Surface Ablation (ASA), sometimes referred to as PRK, is another method that may be a superior choice for some patients. Dr. Steven J. Dell, our award-winning ophthalmologist, performs a...  read more

Refractive Lens Exchange for Presbyopia Offers Ample Benefits, Says Austin Ophthalmologist

August 19, 2015
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Dr. Steven Dell explains how Refractive Lens Exchange can improve near, intermediate, and distance vision in patients suffering from Presbyopia and for those who are not candidates for other vision correction procedures. Austin, TX — Presbyopia is a type of farsightedness that occurs when lens elasticity deteriorates as a result of the natural aging process....  read more