Kamra inlay

Deeper implantation depth for inlay may enhance visual performanceA comparative analysis suggests placement of a cornea inlay (Kamra, AcuFocus) has improved patient satisfaction, refractive stability, and visual results when placed at 250 μm or deeper in the cornea. Shallower implantation depths may be more prone to refractive instability and lower patient satisfaction.
Minimally invasive surgical solutions for presbyopia
Minimally invasive surgical solutions for presbyopiaPresbyopia, an age-related loss of accommodative amplitude of the eye resulting in near and intermediate vision deficits, begins to affect most people once they reach their early 40s.
Presbyopia compensation with femtosecond laserThis article discusses the advantages and limitations for surgical compensation of presbyopia with the femtosecond laser using corneal inlays and the Intracor technique.
Quantel, AcuFocus receive CE approvalsOphthalmology technology from Quantel Medical and AcuFocus recently received CE Mark approval.
Two-stage, well-tolerated procedure for inlay ensures refractive stabilityThe optimal time of implantation of a corneal inlay (Kamra, AcuFocus) to correct presbyopia in ametropic presbyopic patients seems to be 1 week after traditional LASIK in a planned two-stage KAMRA procedure.