Reading Vision Correction
Alternative to Reading Glasses: KAMRA® Inlay
If you are over age 40, you may be experiencing the effects of presbyopia — the need for reading glasses. This is caused by the eye’s natural lens losing flexibility so that nearby objects appear blurry.
The frustrations of needing glasses to read your smartphone, restaurant menus, your wristwatch, and other small print items can be eliminated for some patients with the KAMRA Inlay. The KAMRA Inlay is an exciting option to consider when researching LASIK.
How the KAMRA Inlay Works
The inlay works to restore close-up vision. Your doctor inserts the inlay into your cornea. Thinner and smaller than a contact lens, it is designed as a ring with a pinhole in the center to focus light that enters your eye for clear near vision, while maintaining clear distance vision.
The Eye Center of Northern Colorado is now offering this procedure.
Find out if you’re a candidate to eliminate your reading glasses by taking our online self-evaluation or schedule a complimentary consultation now.