New Procedure to Eliminate Reading Glasses

Renowned Raleigh NC eye surgeon helps patients correct near vision with new FDA-approved procedure.
The Kamra Inlay functions as a camera aperture.
The Kamra Inlay functions as a camera aperture.
RALEIGH, N.C. - July 26, 2015 - PRLog -- Dr. Dean Dornic, Medical Director of the Laser Eye Center of Carolina in Cary is now performing a revolutionary new eye procedure: the Kamra Inlay. Dr. Dornic is one of the first eye surgeons in the country to perform this newly FDA approved surgery that can dramatically reduce your dependence on reading glasses or bifocals. The Kamra Inlay is performed as a simple in office procedure with little down time.

The Kamra Inlay is designed for people over the age of 40 who have good distance vision but are affected by presbyopia: a progressive loss of near vision that is corrected with reading glasses or bifocals. Presbyopia is a normal aging change that affects everyone at some point in their lives. Up until now there have been few surgical options to correct presbyopia and unlike other surgical options for presbyopia, the Kamra Inlay improves near vision without causing a loss of distance vision.

The KAMRA inlay sits in the first few layers of the eye known as the cornea. Much smaller and thinner than a contact lens, the inlay is a mini-ring with an opening in the center. By using this pinhole effect, the inlay focuses light that comes into the eye. This restores near vision while maintaining distance vision without blurry zones.

“Presbyopia is a frustrating, yet unavoidable problem that sooner or later affects everyone. With the advent of smart phones and tablets and our active lifestyles, the need for excellent distance and near vision without glasses or contact lenses is becoming more important. The Kamra Inlay is an excellent option for patients over the age of  40 and above who wish to reduce their dependence on reading glasses and bifocals.” said Dornic.

Dr. Dornic is currently offering free consultations to determine if interested candidates are appropriate for the Kamra Inlay procedure.

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