Are you frustrated with reading glasses? You’re not alone. Most people in their 40s and 50s begin to notice that their near vision becomes blurry. It gets harder to read texts or menus, to see computer screens and to deal with many other everyday tasks.
It’s called presbyopia and it means the natural loss of near vision. Eventually, the lens of the eye becomes stiff and it just can’t bend into the right shapes to bring close objects into focus. It’s especially frustrating if you never needed vision correction before.
Now, with the KAMRA® inlay, it’s possible to reduce those frustrations!
Here are five inspiring stories by people who changed their eyes (and their lives) with the KAMRA inlay:
- Life Without Glasses – A Skier’s Story
- Greg Was Frustrated With Readers Until KAMRA Inlay
- A Race Car Driver Talks About the KAMRA Inlay
- Outdoor Enthusiast Gets the KAMRA Inlay
- Patients Recount Reading Glasses Frustrations
What exactly is the KAMRA inlay? Smaller and thinner than a contact lens, the KAMRA inlay is a mini-ring with an opening – or pinhole – in the center. The pinhole allows only focused light to enter your eye, providing a natural range of vision – from near to far. It offers long-term performance so that you can continue to enjoy clear near vision over time, even as presbyopia progresses.
Learn more about the KAMRA inlay here.
Is the KAMRA inlay right for you? See if you’re a candidate and talk with your doctor to find out if the KAMRA inlay may be right for you.