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Guidelines for Prosthetic Eye Care

Whether you just received your first ocular prosthesis, or have been wearing one for years, there are a few ocularist recommended guidelines to maintain its comfort and cosmesis.  As individual care plans do vary, your ocularist is your first and

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Cleaning and Storage of a Prosthetic Eye

There are a number of different factors that  can cause a prosthetic eye to become an irritant.  Environmental factors such as smoke, chemicals, and extreme weather conditions; health factors such as poor hygiene, allergies, and sickness can contribute to the accumulation

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OCuSoft Cleaner available at Ocular Prosthetics, Inc.

Protection for Remaining Vision

At Ocular Prosthetics, Inc. our team of board certified ocularists highly recommend that every prosthetic eye patient wear a pair of glasses, with polycarbonate, shatterproof, lenses.  Even if the patient does not require prescription vision correction in their remaining natural

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Importance of a Prosthetic Eye Polishing

Ocular Prosthetics, Inc. recommends that your prosthetic eye be professionally polished every six months, or sooner if necessary.  This recommendation is backed by The American Society of Ocularists and authorized by most insurance companies. Most patients that are in need

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Prosthetic Eye Polish by Beverly Hoffman-Fulgsby