What is The KAMRA Inlay?
The KAMRA inlay is a tiny ‘micro disc’ that is used to treat one of the most commons eye problems today, ‘presbyopia’. If you wear reading glasses because you cannot view text messages on your mobile phone or find it hard to read menus in restaurants then you are suffering from presbyopia which is simply age related loss of vision. You can read more about presbyopia here.
For years at Focus we’ve been pioneering laser eye surgery and eye surgery in general from CK many years ago right through to our blended vision treatments. The KAMRA treatment to allow people to get rid of their reading glasses is the most exciting development we’ve seen yet.
The KAMRA inlay is a tiny device only 3.8mm in diameter. It’s smaller than a contact lens, lighter than a grain of salt and is virtually invisible when inserted but can change your life. It offers effortless natural vision – by having the inlay implanted you will be able to have great near vision for reading menus, text messages and so on but you will also retain your distance vision. For the first time ever there is a definitive treatment for reading vision problems that have been the bane of so many people’s lives for so long.The KAMRA inlay itself is an opaque disc with a tiny opening of only 1.6mm in the centre. There are also 8400 micro-openings along the surface of the inlay to help maintain a healthy cornea. To find out more about this incredible procedure call us on 0207 307 8250.