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1. A very small "No Stitch" incision is made in the side of the cornea. Such an incision promotes fast and more comfortable recovery.
2. The bag of the lens is opened and a special ultrasonic probe (phacoemulsifier) removes the cloudy lens.
3. A small foldable artificial lens is inserted through the small incision to replace the cataract lens.
4. The final replacement lens is shown in place. It is not required to suture the small "No Stitch" incision.
|The WaveLight FS 200 Femtosecond Laser allows our surgeons to customize the refractive procedure for each patient’s needs. This innovative approach improves safety and efficiency when creating the corneal flap during this life-changing procedure.||It also offers tailored performance, including adjustable hinge position and size, variable side-creation angles, and flap sizes and shapes. This allows our surgeons to expand their treatment options, and even offer refractive surgery to patients who may have not been a good candidate in the past.|