Can LASIK Provide Better Vision Than Glasses or Contact Lenses?

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

There are many options available to enhance your near, middle, and far vision, including LASIK eye surgery and contact lenses or glasses. Many people considering LASIK wonder if it’s possible to achieve better vision with this procedure than with corrective lenses alone. Dr. Steven J. Dell and Dr. Divya M. Varu, our board certified ophthalmologists,...  read more

Is LASIK Permanent?

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

How Long Does LASIK Last? One of the many reasons people consider getting LASIK eye surgery is the opportunity to be free from glasses and contact lenses. This procedure is designed to improve your eyesight, reducing your dependence on or eliminating your need for visual aids like these. But how long do the effects last?...  read more

What If I’m Not A Good Candidate for LASIK?

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

While it can be an excellent option for many people, LASIK eye surgery is not for everyone. In the event you are not a candidate for this procedure, you may wonder what your other options are—are you stuck with contact lenses and glasses for life? The good news is that there are other advanced vision...  read more

Does LASIK Hurt?

Wednesday, March 30th, 2016

Your eyes are one of the most sensitive areas of your body, so it’s natural for you to be concerned about how LASIK eye surgery will feel. Fortunately, this brief procedure is often painless. Most patients report only mild discomfort, and our board certified ophthalmologists make every effort to ensure you have the most pleasant...  read more

Can I Have LASIK if I’m Pregnant?

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

A woman’s body goes through many changes during pregnancy, and these developments help produce the best environment possible for the growing baby. At Dell Laser Consultants, our extensively trained medical team is dedicated to providing the highest-quality care to our patients. With this goal in mind, we typically recommend that expecting mothers postpone LASIK eye...  read more

Do I Have to Be Awake for LASIK?

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

Designed to reduce or eliminate your dependency on contact lenses and eyeglasses, LASIK eye surgery is typically a quick procedure that can enhance your near, far, and intermediate vision. Patients remain awake during this procedure, which often can be completed in as little as 10 minutes. Anesthetizing eye drops are applied to ensure the most...  read more

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

Thursday, February 4th, 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

How LASIK Can Change Your Life

Wednesday, January 13th, 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?

Wednesday, December 23rd, 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

What Is the Difference Between Custom ASA and LASIK?

Monday, August 31st, 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