The KAMRA Inlay

The KAMRA inlay is a film-like miniature ring with an opening in the center. It is positioned within the cornea, the clear front part of the eye. Only one-tenth the thickness of a human hair and weighing the same as a grain of salt, the inlay is placed in the non-dominant eye, directly in front of the pupil. The other eye is left untouched. The treated eye is used for reading and near focus, but also retains good distance vision.

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