- What is the KAMRA Inlay treatment?
- How does the KAMRA inlay restore near vision?
- What benefits does the KAMRA inlay provide?
- What are the side effects after the KAMRA inlay procedure?
- How soon after the surgery can I resume normal activities?
The KAMRA inlay treatment is an eye procedure that restores near vision and frees you from the constant frustrations of reading glasses.
The KAMRA inlay sits within the first few layers of the eye known as the cornea. Smaller and thinner than a contact lens, the inlay is a mini-ring with an opening in the center. By using this pinhole effect, the inlay focuses light coming into the eye. This restores near vision while maintaining your distance vision.
KAMRA Inlay: Restores everyday vision so you can see text messages, a computer screen and the time on your wrist watch, without the constant frustrations of reading glasses or contact lenses
KAMRA Inlay provides a natural range of vision – from near to far – without blurry zones. It offers long-lasting visual performance to help you enjoy clear near vision over time.
Your eye care provider will thoroughly discuss all of the potential side effects with you before surgery. The most common side effects include dry eye, glare, halos and night vision disturbances. These are the same conditions you would experience with LASIK or PRK. Over time, these conditions are expected to resolve or lessen.
Most patients resume normal activities and return to work within 24-48 hours. Your doctor will discuss your specific recovery process with you in more detail.