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Hi! I heard something about Intralasik. Please answer on those questions if you can. How does the IntraLase Method work? Is the IntraLase Method painful? Is the IntraLase Method safe?
How long does it take for procedure using the IntraLase Method?

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Hi! I was also interested in the IntraLase Method. The IntraLase Method uses tiny, rapid pulses of laser light to create your corneal flap—instead of using a metal blade—during the first step of LASIK. The IntraLaser moves back and forth across your eye, creating a uniform layer of bubbles just beneath your corneal surface. Prior to creating the flap, the doctor applies drops to numb the eye, and then applies a special ring and an instrument that gently flattens your cornea in preparation for the IntraLase Method. When he did that you may feel slight pressure. IntraLase Method is safe procedure. The creation of the flap itself takes only about 15-30 seconds per eye.
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