15 LIFE CHANGING minutes
Life without contacts or glasses would be a whole new life. But when you begin to think about LASIK surgery with Intralase, there are so many questions. And not all providers are alike! That's why understanding how to get the best possible results, in the safest possible way is so important.
What is Intralase?
Intralase LASIK is a type of corrective eye surgery
primarily designed to correct astigmatism, hyperopia and myopia. It's similar to LASIK surgery except that it uses a laser rather than a scalpel. Traditional LASIK uses a physical microkeratome to create the corneal flap whereas Intralase LASIK uses a laser to create the flap. The difference with Intralase Lasik is that it uses a laser that produces a pulse that lasts for a quadrillionth of a second to create the flap. The laser may provide greater accuracy in the shape, size and thickness of the corneal flap. Intralase is NASA and military approved.
Who qualifies for Intralase LASIK?
Intralase LASIK can treat a very broad range of nearsightedness, astigmatism and farsightedness in people who are at least 18 years old, in good general health and have no eye diseases.
About Our Laser
Our experienced, board-certified surgeon performs LASIK and PRK procedures with the technology of the iFSTM Advanced Femtosecond Laser, which has proven to provide outstanding levels of patient safety and satisfaction.
Over 3 million eyes in the United States have been treated with iFS' proven and reliable technology. Thousands of eye doctors and their staff have had laser vision correction themselves, and have trusted their eyes to the iFSTM Advanced Femtosecond Laser.
IntraLase procedure demonstration.