Intralasik

What is Intralasik?

IntraLASIK, also known as Femto-LASIK or All-Laser LASIK, is a form of refractive eye surgery similar to LASIK that creates a corneal flap with a femtosecond laser microkeratome rather than with a mechanical microkeratome, which uses a steel blade. The only difference between LASIK and IntraLASIK is the method by which the LASIK flap is created. The actual refractive correction by corneal ablation can then be performed with any excimer laser that is able to perform LASIK, including conventional, wavefront-optimized, or wavefront-guided ablation. IntraLASIK can be used to surgically create monovision to enhance the ability to see objects both distant and near for those affected by presbyopia.

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I am wearing spects past 6 years and thinking for laser operation to get rid off spects for forever.

Could you please let me know the cost and...

doctor1 MD

LASIK treatment is used for correctimg refractive errors to get rid of spectacles
This laser procedure alters the shape of the cornea, which is the...

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I want to know if you can go blind from having a bad eyesight. I have 585 on one eye and 575 on the other. Is that bad? Will I go blind? Do I have...

doctor1 MD

Laser eye surgery or LASIK Is a procedure to remove glasses and not a procedure to prevent blindness , remember it will not improve your eyesight...

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I have a nickel-sized lump on the right side of my throat that has been there about 1 month. I have been on zithromicin (Z-pack) for sinus issues...

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It seems from the history that you are having blurred vision and you are also having sinus infection and you have undergone LASIK 10 years...

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