iFS® Advanced Femtosecond Laser in Southeast Idaho

Blade - Free Lasik Experience - IntraLase™ FS Laser System in Idaho Falls, ID

iFS Advanced Femtosecond Laser - IntraLase™ FS Laser System in Idaho Falls, ID

5th Generation Intralase Technology

Utilized in over eight million procedures and cited in hundreds of scientific articles, the iFS® Laser is a comprehensive platform built on IntraLase® Technology’s legacy of surgical precision. Delivering fully individualized procedures from LASIK flaps to inlay pocket creation, the iFS® Laser is the ideal choice for every ophthalmic subspecialty.

Proven Technology

The iFS® Laser offers highly customizable LASIK flap creation with multiple options to individualize your LASIK procedures to each patient’s unique visual needs.

  • Complete surgical control down to the micron in terms of diameter, depth and edge angle
  • Inverted bevel-in side cut, customizable up to 150˚, helps increase flap stability and strength postoperatively
  • Elliptical flaps maximize stromal bed exposure for full delivery of excimer ablation
  • Fast flap creation allows procedures to be completed in under 12 seconds, creating an easy experience for both surgeons and patients

Proven Results

LASIK flaps created with the iFS® Laser offer excellent quality and control.

  • Low energy, tight spot spacing and line separation create a smooth stromal bed, allowing for easy lift, minimal inflammation and fast flap creation
  • Inverted bevel-in side cut may provide fewer dry eye signs and symptoms than with 30◦side cut
  • Thin, uniform (planar) flaps result in minimal disruption of corneal architecture and high predictability and reproducibility

Proven Versatility

The iFS® Laser goes beyond LASIK with customizable procedures for:

  • IntraLase®-enabled keratoplasty (IEK) incisions in multiple configurations
  • Intrastromal and penetrating arcuate incisions, with complete control of angles, placement and orientation for micron-level accuracy
  • Multiplanar clear corneal and planar paracentesis incisions during cataract surgery
  • Pocket creation for inlay placements, with options for width, offset, depth, side-cut radius and side-cut angle
  • Intracorneal corneal ring segments (ICRS), with greater control over channel depth and accuracy than mechanical instruments