How the KAMRA Inlay Works
Understanding the KAMRA™ inlay
The AcuFocus KAMRA inlay (formerly the AcuFocus ACI corneal inlay) is an implant designed to reverse the effects of presbyopia and restore near and intermediate vision.
The KAMRA inlay is an opaque circular micro-disc with a small opening (1.6 mm) in the center. Additionally, there are 8,400 high precision, laser etched micro-openings along the surface of the inlay to help maintain a healthy cornea.
When placed in the cornea, the small opening in the center of the KAMRA inlay blocks unfocused light and only allows focused light to reach the retina. With focused light rays, you can enjoy a wider range of improved vision for all distances – near, far and in between. The small-aperture technology is a superior alternative to options that use a multi-focal approach.
This microscopic ring has nearly ten years of research and development behind it. Furthermore, the KAMRA inlay received CE mark in 2005 and is now available in Europe, Asia and South America.
The technology and research behind the inlay give you the peace of mind you need to take control of your near vision loss. To view a demonstration of how the technology behind the KAMRA inlay works please view the two videos to the right.
CAUTION The KAMRA™ Inlay is an investigational device, limited by federal (U.S.) law to investigational use and not available for sale in the United States.