AMO Intralase Model I Femtosecond FS Laser

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We are well equipped to handle your international needs and are experts in preparing your laser for a global shipment. Retrospective analysis comparing LASIK results with IntraLase Technology versus the two leading microkeratomes demonstrated that IntraLase Laser System performed better in three areas important to LASIK results and safety: flap thickness, induced astigmatism, and cell injury. There are fewer flap-related complications with the IntraLase Method.

The first femtosecond laser approved for bladeless LASIK in the United States was the IntraLase Mode I laser, which gained FDA approval in 2001. IntraLase Inc. later introduced several new models of this laser with advanced features.  This laser is the pioneer of bladeless Lasik surgery!

As an alternative to microkeratomes, bladeless LASIK creates flaps through infrared laser energy that inserts a precise pattern of tiny, overlapping spaces just below the corneal surface.

The femtosecond laser used in bladeless LASIK procedures operates at extremely high speeds (pulses of one quadrillionth of a second), allowing tissue to be targeted and divided at a molecular level without heat or impact to surrounding tissue.

 We are well equipped to handle your international needs and are experts in preparing your laser for a global shipment.