No matter how you look at it, the fact is life is sweeter without readers.
With the KAMRA inlay, the possibilities are lens-less.
Deteriorating eyesight as we age isn’t a choice. Getting rid of readers is.
Patients, who once relied on lenses to remedy the annoyance of blurry near vision (presbyopia), are finding that a lens-less life is a real possibility. Smaller and thinner than a contact lens, the KAMRA inlay is a mini-ring with an opening in the center to focus light coming into the eye. This restores near vision while maintaining distance vision.
No more reading glasses: KAMRA can restore near vision
Near vision loss, called presbyopia, is a fact of life for those of us over 40. The KAMRA™ inlay – an FDA-approved treatment can restore your near vision and help you to get rid of your reading glasses. The nJoy Team is excited to be able to offer this procedure to our patients in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
A quick procedure to correct presbyopia
The KAMRA inlay is a microscopic, but powerful piece of technology. Much like the lens on a camera, this tiny corneal implant allows the eye to focus light into the retina, helping to correct near vision loss. Patients will notice improved vision at all distances soon after the eye surgery. Most resume normal activities in 24-48 hours.
Imagine being able to read text on a screen, or read your favorite book without squinting or pulling out reading glasses.
At nJoy Vision, we strive to stay on the forefront of vision correction technology.
We were one of the first vision centers to offer this groundbreaking procedure in the United States. Even though KAMRA inlay treatment received U.S. FDA approval as recently as April 2015, the technology is backed by a decade of research and development, and has been performed successfully in Europe, Asia and South America since 2005.
Plus, our surgeons at both our Oklahoma City and Tulsa centers are KAMRA inlay certified and among the best of the best, with decades of experience assisting patients with reducing the dependence on reading glasses.