KAMRA Patient Testimonials
Watch the video on patients that are thrilled with the KAMRA Reading Vision procedure.
Dr. Mitchell A. Jackson, M.D., Jacksoneye: Hi I’m dr. Mitchell Jackson founder and CEO of Jaksoneye. In practice for 23 years and performing refractive surgery for almost 20 of those years. I’ve done over 30,000 lasik procedures and over 22,000 cataract surgeries. And we have a new technology we’ve implemented at Jacksoneye called the KAMRA corneal inlay. It’s really great technology, it’s actually the first approved inlay in the United States approved by the FDA and it’s used for a condition called presbyopia.
Jeff, 55 – KAMRA Patient: Not being able to see squat is the worst thing about presbyopia. Because just you’re trying to see something, it’s all blurry and you’re trying to figure out the distance… and it’s just aggravating.
Kelly, 54 – KAMRA Patient: I was trying to do makeup and I couldn’t see my face in the mirror.
Kathy, 55 – KAMRA Patient: A friend of mine told me about the KAMRA and referred me to Dr. Jackson. I have gotten the camera and I’m three months into it and loved it.
Jeff: You come in, you have your eye numbed up, you sit in the chair, you lay back, zip zip boom boom – you’re done in about five minutes.
Kathy: And I always had to have my cheaters on to paint. And I don’t have to wear my cheaters to paint now.
Jeff: It’s just… just driving being able to see that the dashboard clear again. It makes it so much simpler and so much easier. Being able to see that iphone without a problem. And life is nice without glasses.
Kelly: They made me feel very comfortable. Everything was thoroughly explained.
Kathy: I would definitely recommend it to anybody who has problems seeing up close.
Jeff: I ever since surgery I’ve been raving about this. It’s like you got you can’t see close this is what you want to do. And here’s the guy you want to have do it.
Dr. Jackson: Come visit our practice, see if you’re a candidate. And we finally have technology that can finally fix the long arm syndrome we called presbyopia.