Every LASIK eye surgery starts with Step One—the creation of a corneal flap. Doctors have traditionally performed Step One using a
hand-held device with an oscillating metal blade, called a microkeratome. Results were considered good. But that was before IntraLase.

IntraLase makes Step One your first step to all that better vision brings by replacing the hand- held microkeratome blade with a silent, computer-guided laser. Why? Because with the precision of the laser, you can now have greater assurance.

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To you, the discerning patient, laser eye surgery is a very serious matter. To ensure you have the right answers, we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions backed by scientific proof from credible sources.

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Evidence from multiple peer-reviewed studies and over 1,000,000 clinical cases show that the IntraLase laser can create a safer flap than the mechanical micro-keratome (the 'blade'), and can provide more patients with better than 20/20 vision.
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