iFS Advanced Femtosecond Laser

Boothe Dallas Intralasik

iFS Advanced Femtosecond Laser is designed uniquely with an inverted bevel-in side cut angle to effortlessly lift the corneal flap in less than 10 seconds during the LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) procedure. The laser also enhances the adhesion of the post-operative flap and the biomechanical stability of the post-LASIK cornea. Additionally, it provides advanced options for surgeons, like the elliptical flap, by customizing the LASIK flap dimensions according to individual refractive errors and the corneal anatomy.

Inverted Bevel-In Side Cut:

iFS Flap

The unique features of iFS Advanced Femtosecond Laser include:

  • Greater rate of repetition
  • High-resolution digital video microscope
  • Tighter spot separation and lower energy
  • Advanced user interface, keyboard and touch screen

Benefits of the high-resolution digital video microscope include:

  • Captures high-resolution digital images throughout the flap-creation process
  • Features touch-screen magnification function
  • Opitcally projected, software controlled centration



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The new iFS™ Advanced Femtosecond Laser system takes refractive surgery — and more specifically, LASIK flap creation — to a whole new standard of speed and control. It’s designed to deliver biomechanically engineered flaps that can be customized for every individual cornea.

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