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Kamra Corneal Inlay
Smaller than a contact lens, the KAMRA Inlay is a device implanted in the eye to treat presbyopia or reduce the need to wear reading glasses.
The KAMRA Inlay utilises a principle similar to photography called depth of focus. The benefit of this technology is a broader range of clarity of focusnear, far and in between.
The KAMRA inlay is an opaque circular micro-disc with a small opening (1.6 mm) in the center. It is much smaller than a contact lens and lighter than a grain of saltthe actual size is just 3.8 mm in diameter!
How the KAMRA inlay works
When placed in the cornea, the small opening in the center of the KAMRA inlay blocks unfocused light and only allows focused light to reach the retina. With focused light rays, you can enjoy a wider range of improved vision for all distances near, far and in between. The small-aperture technology is a superior alternative to options that use a multi-focal approach.
The KAMRA inlay benefit
Imagine if everything you looked at close up had the same clarity as your long distance sight. Now, you can imagine what life with the KAMRA inlay could be.
- Provides natural vision without compromise
- Restores everyday near vision and reduces the need for reading glasses
- Revives near and computer vision while maintaining good distance vision
- Works continuously for constant, long-term near vision rejuvenation
- A decade of clinical research and development
The KAMRA inlay can also be used in conjunction with LASIK eye surgery. This enables a correction to be made firstly for your distance vision followed by the KAMRA inlay to correct your near vision.