LASIK with Intralase

LASIK is the most commonly performed procedure for dealing with focussing problems. The visual recovery time is the most rapid with LASIK. It is a blade-free procedure where a fine flap (0.11mm thick) is made with the Intralase Laser. A second cool laser beam then painlessly reshapes the cornea, and the flap is folded back into its natural position. Healing begins almost immediately.

Intralase diagram