KAMRA form test
Can the KAMRA™ inlay help you eliminate readers for good?
You can probably identify hundreds of tasks that would all be easier and more comfortable if you didn’t have to constantly deal with reading glasses and poor near vision: simple tasks like reading the news, sending a text message, or choosing a meal from a dinner menu.
Freedom from reading glasses: that could be your new reality thanks to a revolutionary new near vision correction treatment: the KAMRA™ inlay.
Am I a KAMRA candidate?
The KAMRA™ inlay is ideal for people who want to reduce their dependency on reading glasses, but it isn’t right for everyone. The ideal candidate is someone in their 40s or 50s, who wears bifocals or reading glasses and is looking for a better near vision solution.
From a purely medical standpoint, there are a number of factors that could make you a non-candidate for treatment. To find out your suitability for the KAMRA™ inlay, please take a moment to complete our online suitability self-test below:
Take the test now to find out!
How Old Are You?
Do you have any of the following (check all that apply)?
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- I am currently pregnant
- None of the above
Unfortunately it doesn't look like you'd be a good candidate for KAMRA due to a medical condition.
It doesn't look like you're a candidate for KAMRA, but you're probably a candidate for LASIK! Continue taking our LASIK self-evaluation here:
Unfortunately we wouldn't recommend the KAMRA procedure for people over the age of 60. However, for folks in your age range our DLR procedure can provide the same benefits as the KAMRA procedure and more. Learn more here:
Congratulations! Unfortunately we don't recommend eye procedures during pregnancy, but please check back with us after your little one has entered the world!
We're sorry, if you currently have cataracts KAMRA would not be an effective option until the cataracts are treated. However, our DLR procedure may be able to both treat your cataracts and provide the same benefits as a KAMRA procedure. Learn more here:
If you have been positively diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis (requires a blood test), then the KAMRA procedure would not be recommended. However, if you have another type of arthritis you may still be a KAMRA candidate.
Congratulations, you passed the online screening and appear to be a good candidate for KAMRA! If you are interested in learning more, the next step is to complete a FREE eye exam so that we can check the health of your eyes and confirm your candidacy. Schedule your free exam here: