© 2017 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved. Purpose: To describe a new technique of femtosecond laserassisted intracorneal ring segment implantation. Methods: The study included 6 eyes of 5 patients. Software of the LDV Z6 femtosecond laser was modified to create a 110-degree reverse side cut between the corneal surface and incision instead of the conventional 90 degree angle (which changed the angle between the incision and tunnel from conventional 90-70 degrees) and 2 disjointed tunnels separated by 10 degrees arc length at the proximal and distal ends. Results: One-year postoperatively, there were no cases of segment extrusion or touch/overlap. Anterior segment optical coherence tomography showed appropriate position of the rings in all eyes postoperatively. Improvement was also found in visual, refractive, keratometric, and asphericity parameters. Conclusions: The results of this pilot study are promising. A comparative prospective study with more eyes and longer follow-up may confirm whether this technique is better than the conventional femtosecond laser-assisted one.