iLASIK is Different than Traditional LASIK - MSNewsNow.com - Jackson, MS

iLASIK is Different than Traditional LASIK

All LASIK procedures begin with the creation of a flap on the surface of the cornea, followed by a laser treatment that takes place under that flap. The most common method of creating a corneal flap involves a hand-held device that uses a blade, but superior blade-less iLASIK technology makes it possible for Dr. McCaa to create a more precise flap by using a laser for this important first step of the procedure.

Only an iLASIK procedure can be called "all-laser" or "blade-less."

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