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Updated LASIK Research Yields Continued Positive Results

According to a May 20, 2016 article appearing on the American Refractive Surgery Council (ARSC) website entitled: “New Research: LASIK Safety and Performance Continue To Impress” Like any surgical procedure, LASIK is continually researched to ensure patient safety and effectiveness. Recent high-profile studies show LASIK earning high marks for safety, outcomes and patient satisfaction, according to a May 20, 2016 article on… Read More


Electing To Have LASIK Performed? Are You A Candidate?

Elections come down to two people. Electing to get LASIK, for example, ultimately comes down to you and your doctor. You decide if you want it, and your doctor determines if you’ll get the results you want, or if you’re a candidate for LASIK in the first place. Because not everyone is a candidate for this procedure, there… Read More


Free Crystalens Workshop & Brunch A Continued Success

Saturday, November 7, marked our fourth Crystalens Workshop & Brunch at our Grapevine office. The events are open to anyone who’s had a Crystalens implanted, is thinking about Crystalens, and Optometrists managing Crystalens patients. Led by Dr. Labor, the purpose is to help anyone with an interest learn how to get the most out of this amazing intraocular lens… Read More


Does it matter how many LASIK procedures a surgeon has performed?

You’ve seen LASIK surgeons advertise they’ve done thousands of procedures. Certainly, this matters a lot. The number of procedures does say something for the surgeon’s level of experience. When you apply logic, lots of procedures equal a strong track record and skillful reputation. How many LASIK procedures a doctor can effectively perform in one day… Read More


LASIK Risk Versus Contact Lens Risk

LASIK surgery and contact lenses are both intended to correct vision problems. LASIK is designed to, at the very least, minimize the need for contacts (and glasses). For years it was assumed laser eye surgery was riskier than wearing contacts. That assumption suggests otherwise based on a study conducted by the Casey Eye Institute at Oregon… Read More


Update on Clinical Trials

The Eye Consultants Research Foundation is still actively seeking Dallas/Fort Worth area participants for our Light Adjustable Lens (LAL®) clinical study. If you have cataracts you may be eligible for inclusion in this study. Should you qualify and choose to participate, you will be compensated for your time and involvement. The LAL is designed to… Read More


Recovery After LASIK Surgery

Dr. Labor has successfully performed LASIK surgery on patients from across Dallas/Fort Worth. Our LASIK patients come from various walks of life with their own individual careers, backgrounds, and interests. But everyone wants (and deserves) to know about their recovery and how long it will take. You may have heard that “your eyes are like… Read More


Here’s What People are Saying about our LASIK

We recently released a video featuring testimonials from Eye Consultants of Texas patients who had LASIK performed by Dr. Labor. This follows another video we released last Summer featuring Dr. Labor’s Premium Smart Lens patients from around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. This one, however, was a bit unique in that one of the LASIK patients was… Read More


Tecnis multifocal lens sheds new light on cataract surgery results

The Tecnis™ Multifocal Lens can help cataract patients see at any distance without glasses. But it does more than that. In addition to enhancing near, intermediate and far vision, the Tecnis Multifocal Lens can effectively reduce nighttime side effects such as star bursts and glare. Tecnis is one of several premium lenses Eye Consultants of… Read More