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Financing LASIK: More Affordable Long Term?

To have LASIK or not to have LASIK is a big decision for your health, your vision and your checkbook. It’s perfectly normal to question if it’s worth it, regardless of how much money you have in the bank. For purposes of this blog, let’s assume you’re interested in it but want to look into… Read More


Dr. Labor Earns Higher Level Board Certification

It’s common knowledge that an eye surgeon, or any physician, must be licensed in order to practice medicine in the U.S. Optometrists, although they don’t practice medicine, must also be licensed. A common, further step for eye surgeons is to become Board Certified. This is voluntary, yet it validates for patients that the doctor is… Read More


Study Claims Cataract Surgery Can Improve Sleep

According to a recent article in the UK’s Daily Mail, a study at Nara Medical University in Japan found that patients who had cataract surgery sleep better. At the heart of this study: the clouding of the lens preventing light from reaching the part of our brains that sets our body clocks. The study had… Read More


Seeking Participants For Dry Eye Clinical Research Study

We are pleased to announce that Eye Consultants of Texas is a selected site for a new Dry Eye clinical research study. The study is offered through the Eye Consultants Research Foundation to investigate the safety and effectiveness of a new Dry Eye medication. Are your eyes dry and uncomfortable at the end of the… Read More


LASIK For A Good Cause To National Geographic Fame

The Red Circle Foundation (RCF) provides immediate financial assistance to families of military Special Operators who have died in action or face extenuating circumstances. As a proud RCF Mission Partner, Dr. Labor donates LASIK procedures for auction at RCF annual gala events with 100% of proceeds going to these deserving families. At last year’s RCF… Read More