Assessing the Value of the KAMRA Inlay
The KAMRA inlay treatment is an elective procedure. This means that the cost is not covered by health insurance. Your doctor will discuss the cost with you and may offer payment options, including interest-free financing. As you consider this, ask yourself what it would be like to be free from the everyday frustrations of reading glasses.
Think about your average day — at work, at home, and on the go. You can probably identify hundreds of tasks that would all be easier and more comfortable if you didn’t have to constantly deal with your near vision loss. What is it worth to be free from the constant frustrations of reading glasses? How valuable would the KAMRA inlay be to improving your active lifestyle?
Think about what you regularly spend on glasses and contact lenses. What is the yearly cost of your over-the-counter reading glasses, progressive lenses, custom sunglasses, contact lenses, and contact lens care products? It’s probably more than you realize. Over a 10- to 20-year period, these costs are likely to add up to thousands of dollars. How much money could you save in future years by having the KAMRA inlay today?
These are important considerations in assessing the real, long-term value of the KAMRA inlay procedure to you.