IntraLasik is the Most Precise Technology in Laser Eye Surgery
IntarLasik is the latest technology in the field of laser procedures and was recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. IntraLasik differs from traditional Lasik surgery in how the surgeon performs the eye correction procedure. One of the most important parts of the surgery is the creation of the flap. During a traditional Lasik procedure, a flap is created using a mechanical device. With IntraLasik surgery, a laser is used to make a more precise flap without the use of a blade.
The benefit of IntraLasik surgery is that uses precise laser equipment and technologies in order to provide more precise way of creating the eye flap. IntraLasik also allows vision to improve in patients with a thin cornea, something that was impossible with a traditional Lasik procedure. At the beginning of the procedure, Dr. Boothe sets the appropriate size and thickness of the flap. This data will be programmed into the computer system of the laser. This allows the laser to be customized to your individual eyesight requirements.
As with all procedures, there are risks associated with IntraLasik. Your surgeon will discuss these risks with you to make sure that you are a good candidate for this procedure. Otherwise, Dr. Boothe of Boothe Eye Care will offer either a procedure to help before the surgery, or an alternate method of treatment.
IntraLasik – The #1 Choice for Patients!
Patients who consider Lasik treatment most commonly fear the creation of the cornea flap. With the development of new laser technologies, these fears have been eliminated. The latest advancement in Lasik technology allows the opportunity for the surgeon to guide the operation by using the computer system. The computer guides the laser to create the flap with exact corneal concentration, diameter, and thickness. All laser procedures provide patients with the most precise results.
IntraLasik surgery is a very safe and effective procedure. Surgeons believe that IntraLasik surgery reduces complications after the procedure because of its precise incisions. More often than not, patients prefer the blade-less method. Dr. William Boothe has adopted this method for years and has had many successful procedures and satisfied patients.