It’s Time to End Your Frustration with Reading Glasses

Let’s face it, reading glasses are frustrating at best. You’re constantly putting them on and taking them off, storing them in different places and often times can’t find them when you need them. But, with a KAMRA inlay, you won’t need those aggravating reading glasses anymore, so you can focus on enjoying the moment — and not worrying about your glasses.

KAMRA Inlay Experience

Do what you love with vision that’s clearer than ever before.

The KAMRA inlay helps restore near vision and reduce the constant frustrations of reading glasses for those with presbyopia or blurry near vision. By providing a natural range of vision you can see — from near to far. It also offers long-term performance to help you continue to enjoy clear vision over time, even as presbyopia progresses. So you can focus on enjoying the moment — and not worrying about your glasses.

A Complete Solution for Presbyopia

As we age into our 40’s and 50’s, our near vision starts to get blurry. While reading glasses or contact lenses can help, neither is ideal. However, by inserting a KAMRA inlay in the cornea, patients can regain their near vision and remove the need for reading glasses without sacrificing distance vision the way contact lenses do. In other words, it’s the most complete solution for presbyopia available, and the one that makes the most sense.

Your Vision Team

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Dr. Monson is a world-class refractive surgeon. He comes to Northern Utah with years of experience in performing specialized ocular surgical procedures. Every year, thousands of patients choose Dr. Monson for their vision correction procedures because of his experience,
expertise and the care he provides his patients. Along with his team of doctors, Monson Vision has more than five decades of combined experience in advanced ophthalmology surgery and premiere care.

Your Vision. Our Guarantee.

We stand by our procedures for life. In fact, we’re so confident in our vision outcomes, premier technology and capability of our surgeons that we back up our results with our See Clearly Guarantee and Lifetime Vision Security.

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Am I a Candidate?

Like fingerprints, no two eyes are the same. At Monson Vision, every procedure is custom-tailored to the uniqueness of your eyes. Correcting your vision begins with an individualized treatment plan made possible by the most advanced eye-mapping technology available. Our in-depth technology imaging suite rivals any in the United States and has been assembled with you in mind. It allows your vision team precision surgical planning for exceptional custom outcomes. You’ll also meet personally with Dr. Monson in a detailed consultation to create together an optimal vision restoration procedure unique to the specific needs of your eyes.

How Does it Work?

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Our Technology

The KAMRA inlay sits in the first few layers of the eye known as the cornea. Smaller and thinner than a contact lens, the inlay is a mini-ring with an opening — or pinhole — in the center. This pinhole allows only focused light to enter your eye. The KAMRA inlay is placed in only one of your eyes, allowing you to see up close, while maintaining your distance vision in both eyes. Monson Vision is one of only a few centers in Utah with the technology or expertise to provide KAMRA inlay.


We are as proud of our clinic’s financing as we are of our vision results and high-touch service. If LASIK eye surgery is right for you, covering the costs of the procedure shouldn’t jeopardize your ability to get the highest-quality vision correction procedures available anywhere.

To learn more about eye surgery, contact us today!

Am I a candidate?

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Few Centers in the United States take such an in-depth, detailed approach to ocular imaging and assessment you’ll experience on the day of your evaluation.

None of these studies are painful. In fact, they are like cameras, each designed to inform your surgeon and eye care team about every aspect of your eyes, from the rods and cones in the retina, to the optical properties of the cornea.

You will also undergo a detailed consultation with your surgeon, describing all of the potential risks and benefits for your particular situation, and to determine which procedure is optimal for you.

Like a fingerprint, each cornea is unique. Because no two eyes are the same, LASIK may not be the procedure of choice for everyone.

At Monson Vision, we take a highly customized, tailored approach to the unique vision needs of each individual.

Monson Vision is one of the few centers in the country that offer not only SmILE, but the full-spectrum of safe, effective modern alternatives to LASIK including

Advanced Surface Ablation
Visian ICLs
Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE)
KAMRA Near Vision Inlays

These procedures allow us to take a safe, custom tailored approach to the features of each individual’s anatomy and vision needs. Safety, anatomic variations, unique vision needs, consideration of development of future technologies all play a role.

Individualized planning, and high customization is one of the hallmarks of the approach Monson Vision, and one of the secrets to our outcomes.

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HSA Facts

  • The 2020 contribution limit is $3,550 for individuals, $7,100 for families
  • An HSA is only available to participants with a high-deductible health care plan
  • Funds allocated to an HSA become available as they are deposited into the account
  • Unused funds roll over year to year, continuing to earn interest

FSA Facts

  • The 2020 contribution limit is $2,750
  • An FSA must be sponsored by your employer; self-employed individuals are not eligible
  • An employee’s yearly FSA allocation is available on the first day of the plan year, regardless of contributions made to date
  • Use it or lose it – any money left in an FSA will be forfeited at the end of that year’s plan, though some plans do provide a short grace period that may allow you to carry over some funds into the next year. Check with your employer to see if your plan allows for a grace period