Reading an eye chart mounted or projected on a wall is a standard part of every visit to the optometrist today, but it wasn't always that way. Centuries ago, practitioners struggled to measure vis ...View Article
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Posted on 06-28-2016
As seen on Good Morning America, the Kamra corneal inlay is the first FDA approved procedure that helps restore near vision. The technology works by creating a "pinhole effect."
The inlay, which is placed in the non-dominant eye, blocks defocused peripheral light rays, allowing only focused light through to the eye. Depth perception is not altered, which is an improvement over monovision for most patients.
Continue to the Good Morning America video clip here.
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