In our 40s and 50s, we all begin to experience the frustrating effects of blurry near vision, and most of us will turn to reading glasses for help. This near vision loss is called presbyopia.
Presbyopia is the gradual worsening of close-up vision. It is part of the natural aging process and affects most of us, usually beginning around age 40. Presbyopia is the medical name for age-related long-sightedness. It is a normal part of ageing, and not a disease. As you get older, you find it more difficult to see (focus on) near objects.
The KAMRA® inlay might be an ideal procedure if you are suffering from presbyopia