Get Rid Of Corrective Glasses For Life Using Kamra Lens Implant


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After the age of 40 many people experience vision problems. With time, the eye’s natural lens can become too stiff to focus up close. As a result, words and other nearby objects appear blurry. The clinical term for this loss of near vision is presbyopia. A recent, amazing medically advanced treatment called Kamra Inlay is being offered to correct presbyopia.Get Rid of Presbyopia – Kamra Inlay

The Kamra Inlay is a microscopic disc with a diameter of 3.8mm and an opening in the center. It is much smaller than a contact lens and lighter than a grain of salt. Once inserted in the eye, it provides an improved range of focus for both near and intermediate vision without affecting distant vision. When dropped into a small pocket in the cornea covering the front of the eye, the device acts as a camera aperture adjusting so that the viewer can see near and far. The procedure to insert the implant is relatively quick, lasting about 10 minutes and requires a local anesthesia. Insertion method involves slicing the eye open and placing the doughnut shaped inlay into the cornea. Get Rid of Presbyopia – Kamra Inlay2

This procedure might reduce the dependency on glasses or contact lenses. Researchers followed up with patients who’ve had the Kamra inlay and 83% of them can see with 20/40 vision or better, which means that they can probably read the newspaper or drive a vehicle without corrective lenses. As any medical procedure, there are complications from the corneal inlays too, such as haziness. If necessary, the process is reversible. Get Rid of Presbyopia – Kamra Inlay4

Dr. John Vukich, a professor in ophthalmology and vision sciences at the University of Wisconsin, said “Corneal inlays represent a great opportunity to improve vision with a safety net of removability.” The implant has not yet been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but it is available in Europe, Asia, and South America.

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