Corneal Inlays

Solutions for Poor Near Vision - Raindrop Corneal Inlay

What is Age-Related Loss of Near Vision?

Age-related loss of near vision, or presbyopia, happens when your natural lens loses elasticity, making it difficult to change your focus to see objects up close. Everyone will eventually experience presbyopia, making it difficult to perform daily activities, such as reading or looking at a cell phone without glasses.


 Raindrop is a safe way to improve near vision. The tiny inlay, about the size of a pinhead, can be placed just beneath the surface of your eye in a 10-minute outpatient procedure. The Raindrop Near Vision Inlay has received approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in June of 2016, and has been available around the world for several years prior to approval in the US.

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Introducing Kamra Corneal Inlays

As we age, our eye’s natural ability to focus on objects at various distances declines. In our 40s and 50s, many patients begin wearing reading glasses. If you are tired of always looking for your reading glasses, have difficulty performing tasks like texting or reading, or just don’t like the way they look on you, the innovative KAMRA Inlay is a great alternative to reading glasses and contacts.
The KAMRA Inlay is smaller and thinner than a contact lens and is implanted in the cornea of just one of your eyes, the other eye is left untouched. Your eyes work together to give you a natural range of vision, both near and far. Click here to schedule an appointment and see if you are a good candidate for the KAMRA Inlay. To learn more about the KAMRA Inlay, you can also visit

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