I wore reading glasses for about 2 years, and wore them all the time. I had pairs in my desk, I had pairs in my car, I had them beside my bed, I had them in the living room, I had them in the kitchen, I had them in my purse, had them everywhere. But inevitably when I needed a pair there wasn't a pair there anywhere.
I decided to have this procedure called KAMRA Inlay and the freedom it has given me to not have to wear anything -- I have everything from my distance all the way to my up-close vision without wearing any correction.
It was a lot like when I had LASIK. A little bit of pressure on my eye, probably took about 10 or 15 minutes to put it in. Went back and sat in post-op for about 5 minutes, and I was out the door.
I think we live in a time where so many people feel tied down by glasses or contact lenses and reading glasses, especially for Baby Boomers. To me the price wasn't an issue. It was: I can get rid of this and I don't have to worry about it and I don't have to feel like I'm my grandma carrying around reading glasses. To me, I feel like I look better, I feel better, I see better. I wouldn't trade it. It's great.
The number one thing we hear from our patients is that they wish they would have had vision correction sooner.
So the question for you is… why wait any longer?