As a leader in the laser vision correction field, Dr. William Boothe prides himself on using leading-edge technology to provide his patients more rewarding vision correction in safe, comfortable environment. Because of this dedication to patient satisfaction, Dr. Boothe is proud to announce his use of Abbot Medical Optics’ iFS femtosecond laser to provide patients with Blade-Less LASIK surgery.
Essentially there are two steps to performing LASIK surgery - the creation of the corneal flap and the ablation of the cornea’s surface to correct the refracrive error. Traditional LASIK calls for the use of a bladed instrument called a microkeratome to create the corneal flap. As technology has advanced, LASIK surgeons have moved away from using this bladed instrument in favor of laser technology called a femtosecond laser to create this flap. The use of this technology has resulted in safer, more precise corneal flap creation. With the use of the iFS femtosecond laser, Dr. Boothe is once again at the top of his field in providing Dallas LASIK patients with safer, more reliable treatments.
Dr. Boothe has been around the laser vision correction community for more than 20 years so he has seen different technologies enter the industry - and leave just as quickly. He is proud to be a proponent of this leading-edge femtosecond laser as he feels it will revolutionize the vision correction industry - all while improving the success rate of LASIK procedures that utilize this technology.
Undergoing laser vision correction can be a time of apprehension for many patients. Dr. Boothe and the team at Boothe Eye Care and Laser Center understand this and work dilligently to answer any and all questions to allow patients to feel comfortable about undergoing laser vision correction. To schedule a consultation please contact Boothe Eye Care and Laser Center at (214) 328-0444.
Posted on: Thursday, May 14, 2009 at 4:46 pm
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