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Dr. Michael Keil is passionate about vision correction and passing his knowledge. When not in the office he serves as the Ophthalmology Residency Program Director at Metro Health Hospital.
The KAMRA inlay is a safe, proven and lasting solution to restore everyday near
The inlay measures 3.8 mm in diameter with a central opening of 1.6 mm and 5 µ (microns) thick. To give an idea of how thin the inlay truly is, the average strand of hair is 100 µ thick.
Tiny holes, 8,400 to be exact, are placed throughout the KAMRA inlay in order to help assist the natural nutrient flow to support corneal health..
The Raindrop Inlay is a tiny disc, about the size of a pinhead. It is comprised of approximately 80 percent water and is placed just beneath the surface of the eye. It works by gently changing the central curvature of the cornea, clear front part of the eye.
Raindrop® is made of a soft, biocompatible material similar to a soft contact lens, which has similar properties and water content as the cornea.
With his long and highly successful career as a Lasik surgeon and having performed over 9,000 surgeries, he is ranked as one of Michigan’s most experienced. As such, professionals such as firefighters, law-enforcement, doctors and media personalities have sought out Dr. Keil to perform their Lasik procedure.
In 2015 Dr. Keil became the first surgeon in the state of Michigan to perform the revolutionary Kamra™ corneal inlay procedure, for the treatment of presbyopia (near vision loss). This procedure is designed to reduce or eliminate a person’s need for reading glasses.
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