IntraLasik is an exceptional corrective surgical procedure for vision. This technology is the biggest breakthrough in vision corrective surgery using laser in years. IntraLasik procedure creates the flap using the precision of laser without using a blade. The IntraLasik procedure is therefore a bladeless procedure which eliminates all the complications associated with a blade-assisted Lasik procedure. IntraLasik surgery is performed using a computer-guided laser technology which helps in creating the flap with laser and without human errors. By creating the corneal flap using a laser, the patient will receive exact corneal flap thickness, diameter and centration which results in a more precise outcome of the surgery.
Customized creation of corneal flap is possible with the help of IntraLasik technology. According to Dr. Boothe, the consistent accuracy of the IntraLasik technology enables the doctor to treat patients with thin corneas who were not considered candidates before. The creation of corneal flap using the laser provides precision on the micron level. The preciseness of setting your corneal thickness is important for the success of the laser eye corrective surgery, and this preciseness can be achieved through IntraLasik better than in other methods. Flap stability is also better when compared to other Lasik procedures. Re-positioning of the corneal flap can be done securely with the help of IntraLasik.
In a typical IntraLasik procedure, quick laser pulses are used to create microscopic bubbles for the separation of the corneal tissue. These microscopic bubbles form a uniform layer of particular depth. The corneal layer that is created with the assistance of the laser will be very smooth. The whole process of the creation of this layer it will usually take only fifteen to thirty seconds. After creating the flap, Dr. William Boothe will lift the corneal flap to reveal the corneal surface to be treated. After revealing the corneal surface, Dr. Boothe will continue with the vision correction by re-shaping the cornea, using the laser to correct each patient’s specific composition of refractive errors.
IntraLasik eye surgery is a comfortable and safe procedure, and you can observe a noticeable improvement in the vision from the next day & onwards. According to Dr. Boothe, most of the patients can resume their normal activities such as driving, working etc within 1-2 days. At the same time, he stresses that patients should avoid using any kind of eye makeup at least for three days after the procedure. Patients should also avoid rubbing their eyes and swimming for about two weeks after completing the procedure. IntraLasik eye procedure may create some sensitivity to bright light in the weeks following the surgery.
Some patients will experience dry eyes, and Dr. William Boothe may recommend you to use lubricating drops to maintain the moisture of your eyes. Post-operative dry eye symptoms are reduced when compared to other Lasik procedures. Most of the patients are achieving 20/20 vision or better with the help of the IntraLasik procedure. The preciseness of corneal flap creation reduces the occurrence of post-operative astigmatism which is possible in the case of creating flap using microkeratome. If you would like to correct the refractive error using IntraLasik technology, contact Dr. Boothe for further information by phone (214-328-0444) or at his main website, boothelasercenter.com.
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