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iFS(TM) LASIK at Corneal Associates of New Jersey
Date:5/25/2010

WEST ORANGE, N.J., May 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Corneal Associates of New Jersey has always been on the leading edge of eye care technology.   Dr. Theodore Perl, the visionary surgeon and medical director of this leading eye care practice, has once again brought New Jersey the newest innovation in refractive surgery: the iFS™ Advanced Femtosecond Laser.

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iFS™ All-Laser LASIK gives new meaning to speed, safety, and precision, taking refractive surgery to a whole new horizon. The innovative laser delivers technology that is customized for each individual cornea.  Rather than using a microkeratome blade during the LASIK procedure, the iFS™ system allows surgeons to use a laser, which is safer and more precise. Remarkably, it only takes about 10 seconds, which yields considerably less inflammation as well.

The end result of the iFS™ laser's ability is phenomenal.  Most patients who undergo iFS™ LASIK see better than 20/20 after their procedure.  The results are so reliable that The National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) has approved iFS™ LASIK for U.S. astronauts, and the U.S. Navy has approved iFS™ LASIK for pilots.

Recently, Olympic figure skater JoJo Starbuck had iFS™ monovisionLASIK (for distance and near vision) at Corneal Associates of New Jersey.  She now sees better than 20/20 and continues to amaze everyone with her grace on the ice.

Dr. Perl is committed to giving patients the best vision possible.  With the iFS™ Advanced Femtosecond Laser, he can be sure that his patients will have only the best for years to come.  Come and have a free consultation for your LASIK procedure at Corneal Associates of New Jersey, the first and only place to offeriFS™ LASIK technology in New Jersey.

Corneal Associates of New Jersey also offers many other vision correction procedures for patients that are not good candidates for LASIK. Dr. Perl treats moderate to severely nearsighted patients with the STAAR VISIAN ICL™.  The implantable micro lens, which resembles a contact lens, provides a new option for treating patients who previously were not candidates for LASIK.

Corneal Associates also specializes in cataract surgery and cataract surgery using premium lens implants, which allow patients to see at all distances, even up close, with little of no dependency on glasses.

If you'd like more information about Corneal Associates of New Jersey or Dr. Theodore Perl, M.D. please contact Alyssa Immitt at (973) 736-1313 or email alyssa@cornealassociates.com.

www.cornealassociates.com

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