What Is KAMRA Inlay and Is It Right for Me?
Take a minute to imagine your average day. Now think about how many times a day your vision affects your ability to do simple things like send a text message or read a recipe.
How much easier would your life be if you could do those things without squinting or reaching for your reading glasses? KAMRA Inlay can give you that option.
What is KAMRA Inlay?
KAMRA Inlay is an FDA-approved eye procedure that can improve your up-close vision and reduce your need for bifocals.
It was developed to treat presbyopia, a common condition that usually develops after the age of 40. It causes the lens of your eyes to become rigid, making it harder to see things up close.
KAMRA Inlay is a small ring that is surgically placed in your cornea. And the ring has a little opening in the middle that allows light to enter your eye. The KAMRA Inlay is inserted into only one eye, which improves your up-close vision while still maintaining your distance vision.
In many ways, KAMRA Inlay is similar to LASIK in that the surgery is quick with minimal discomfort to patients.
You can even combine the procedure with LASIK to correct your vision at all distances. The procedures can be performed together on the exact same day.
Am I a Good Candidate?
If you are over the age of 40, are experiencing presbyopia, and you’re in good overall health you may be a good candidate for KAMRA Inlay. And if you are looking to ditch your reading glasses once and for all, KAMRA Inlay may be the right solution for you.
Ultimately, the best way to find out whether or not you are a candidate is to schedule a consultation. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation with our of our doctors.