Intralase refined in the UK

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Optimax has refined its Intralase technology to introduce what it calls 'unprecedented' levels of control for its surgeons through the rollout of the new generation iFS IntraLase Lasers across its UK clinics.

Optimax has refined its Intralase technology to introduce what it calls 'unprecedented' levels of control for its surgeons through the rollout of the new generation iFS IntraLase Lasers across its UK clinics.

The laser engine runs almost 3 times faster meaning the cornea is exposed for the shortest possible period. Optimax claims that further technical refinements mean that complications which can lead to halos, glare and potential night vision problems are virtually eliminated.

“This is a great technical step forward for Optimax, meaning better vision outcomes than ever before. It shows our commitment to reviewing and updating our technology, offering laser eye surgery patients the most advanced procedures currently available,” said medical director Malcolm Samuel.

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