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Femtosecond
Lasermicrokretomlarlasik surgery, also called Femtosecond or intralaser, allows for creation of flaps with laser, which were previously created with mechanical microkeratomes prior to laser and creates flaps with laser with no incision.

Creation of flaps at desired thickness is acquired through causing steam and bubbles to form between layers of the cornea with laser beams without touching the cornea; as a result of this, patients who were unsuitable for lasik due to their cornea being too thin can now have lasik as their cornea can be thickened.

Time of recovery and rehabilitation are shorter.

This laser also opens tunnels for intracorneal (intact-keraring) rings easily and with no complications in cases where a ring needs to be transplanted into the cornea. This procedure shortens the operation period greatly.