"I am so happy! I can see in the morning when I wake up and I can swim in the ocean without worry."

- C.T.

 
 
 
 
 
 

In addition to being safer, the Intralase can make a thinner flap than a microkeratome, so people who, because of their higher prescription or their thin corneas were not candidates for LASIK with a microkeratome, may be able to have surgery utilizing the Intralase.

Will the Intralase ever completely replace the microkeratome? Because there are some cases that cannot be done with an Intralase (such as LASIK in the setting of prior radial keratotomy or other corneal surgery), the microkeratome will probably never be completely replaced with the Intralase. But the clear majority of patients now choose the Intralase .

In general, our patient satisfaction level has been very high since we have had the Intralase available.



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