Cornea cap cutting laser iFS™ Advanced
Nd:Glassfloor-standingfemtosecond

cornea cap cutting laser
cornea cap cutting laser
cornea cap cutting laser
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Characteristics

Applications
cornea cap cutting
Amplifying medium
Nd:Glass
Ergonomics
floor-standing
Pulse duration
femtosecond
Wavelength

1,053 nm

Description

Utilized in over eight million procedures and cited in hundreds of scientific articles, the iFS® Laser is a comprehensive platform built on IntraLase® Technology’s legacy of surgical precision. Delivering fully individualized procedures from LASIK flaps to inlay pocket creation, the iFS® Laser is the ideal choice for every ophthalmic subspecialty. Proven Technology The iFS® Laser offers highly customizable LASIK flap creation with multiple options to individualize your LASIK procedures to each patient’s unique visual needs. Complete surgical control down to the micron in terms of diameter, depth and edge angle Inverted bevel-in side cut, customizable up to 150˚, helps increase flap stability and strength postoperatively Elliptical flaps maximize stromal bed exposure for full delivery of excimer ablation Fast flap creation allows procedures to be completed in under 12 seconds, creating an easy experience for both surgeons and patients Proven Results LASIK flaps created with the iFS® Laser offer excellent quality and control. Low energy, tight spot spacing and line separation create a smooth stromal bed, allowing for easy lift,2 minimal inflammation3 and fast flap creation2 Inverted bevel-in side cut may provide fewer dry eye signs and symptoms than with 30◦side cut Thin, uniform (planar) flaps result in minimal disruption of corneal architecture and high predictability and reproducibility

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