Throw Away Your Reading Glasses!
The KAMRA™ Corneal Inlay

The Kamra corneal inlay eliminates the need for reading glasses in people over 40 who have good distance vision, but problems with their reading vision.

In our 40s and 50s, we all begin to experience the frustrating effects of blurry near vision, and most of us will turn to reading glasses for help. This near vision loss is called presbyopia. However, there is a brand new FDA approved treatment that can restore your near vision and reduce your dependence on readers: the KAMRA™ inlay.

The KAMRA™ inlay is a simple eye treatment that restores near vision while maintaining your distance vision. KAMRA inlay reviews highlight the benefits including:

  • Restoring everyday near vision so you can see text messages, a computer screen, and the time on your wrist watch
  • Providing a natural range of vision - from near to far - without a blurry zone.Offering a long-term solution that will help you enjoy clear near vision over time.

Cohen Laser and Vision Center is proud to be the first and only clinic in South Florida to offer patients the Kamra Inlay.

What is the KAMRA™ Corneal Inlay?

Kamra Inlays
The KAMRA™ Inlay is an opaque, rigid circular micro-disc, smaller than a contact lens, with a tiny opening in the center. It is designed to work much like the aperture of a camera, only allowing focused light to pass through.

By controlling the focused light that reaches the retina and blocking out unfocused light, the inlay allows for a wider range of improved vision at all distances – near, far and in between.

The KAMRA inlay is a smooth procedure that only takes about 15-20 minutes. The surgeon inserts the KAMRA inlay which is smaller and thinner than a contact lens, into the first few layers of the eye known as the cornea. The inlay creates a pinhole effect that focuses the light coming through your eye and restores your near vision while maintaining your distance vision.

Don't wait, visual freedom awaits YOU!

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