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Ocular Prosthesis

Ocular prosthesis is a very thin hard shell which can be worn over a damaged eye under the eyelids (enucleated, eviscerated eye).

Scleral Shell

Scleral shell is a very thin prosthesis that is made to fit over the disfigured eye, existing blind eye or shrunken eyeball(Phthisis Bulbi). It moves with the existing eye and is fit so that the eyelid openings are symmetrical and restoring its natural appearance.

Orbital Prosthesis

An artificial eye with lids,lashes and skin collectively may called an orbital prosthesis.or An orbital prosthesis is a removabl object that artificially restores the eye, eyelids, and skin lost as a result of trauma, surgery or orbital exantration due to cancer.

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Hollow Prosthesis

When an exenteration procedure removes the entire orbital contents but not the eyelids, a skin grafted socket is often created.This abnormally large orbital socket would then require an equally sized volume enhancing flush fitting ocular prosthesis.



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Crutch Glasses for ptosis correction

Ptosis crutches mounted on glasses to help hold the upper lid open. crutch on your frame is only a way to hold up that eye lid while you have them on.It is fit so that the eyelid openings are symmetrical and restoring its natural appearance.

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Scleral Shell

Scleral shell is a very thin prosthesis that is made to fit over the disfigured eye, existing blind eye or shrunken eyeball(Phthisis Bulbi). It moves with the existing eye and is fit so that the eyelid openings are symmetrical and restoring its natural appearance.



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