IntraLase Lasik Surgery. Safe Enough For My Own Children
The introduction of the IntraLase laser in to routine LASIK eye surgery has represented a major safety advance. Traditionally, the corneal flap (the first step of the LASIK procedure) was created with a thin metal blade. Although generally safe, complications (some severe) were observed. The IntraLase laser was created to replace the blade during this initial LASIK step.
Years of experience have shown that the IntraLase laser eliminates the worrisome complications observed with the older blade technology. As a result of this safety track record, Dr. Jon Siems performed LASIK eye surgery with the IntraLase laser on both of his children, Elizabeth and Andrew at the age of 15. Elizabeth is now 23 and Andrew is 18.
Dr. Siems was confident enough to perform LASIK surgery with the latest technology on the two most important people in his life.
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