Kamra Inlay is a device that's implanted into the cornea of the eye to restore near vision. The device is smaller and thinner than a contact lens, with a small opening in the center that allows only focused light to enter the eye. The Kamra is only placed in the eye used for reading vision. The other eye is either left untouched or corrected to improve distant vision.
Reviews from the Community
I had 3D Laser Kamra performed yesterday by Dr. Ming Wang . This procedure on my left eye restored close vision to my already perfect distance vision. Immediately following the 15 minute procedure, I was able to read without glasses. Testing today showed a marked improvement that will only... READ MORE
After carefully reviewing all available material, I decided to have the KAMRA inlay put into my non-dominant eye (right eye for me). From the get go it was a bad experience. The Dr. I believe (though not admitting it) caused an abrasion during surgery. First 4 weeks I had very blurry vision.... READ MORE
I am sitting at my PC writing this review without the need for my reading glasses!! I am 51 yrs old, started having mild presbyopia around at 45, it continually worsened and by age 50, I was sporting around about 12 pair of reading glasses! When I heard about the KAMRA Inlay procedure, I... READ MORE