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Best Prosthetic Eye Fitting Methods

There are a number of factors that will determine what type of fitting method your ocularist chooses to fit your prosthetic eye.  It is important to note that each fitting method is equal in value and specifically chosen to achieve

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Why Visit a Board Certified Ocularist?

Whether you were referred from your doctor, or conducting your own prosthetic eye specialist search, an important provider distinction must be made before scheduling your initial consultation.  Please make sure your provider is a board certified ocularist (B.C.O.), accredited by

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Prosthetic Eye Service for Kern County

If you, or someone you know, is in need of a board certified ocularist in Kern County,  then Ocular Prosthetics, Inc. of Los Angeles is worth the trip.  With over 100 years of combined experience, Stephen Haddad, Board Certified Ocularist,

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The Fundamentals of Prosthetic Eye Movement

Whether you are receiving your first prosthetic eye, or your tenth prosthesis, a major concern for most patients is the movement of a new prosthesis.  While your board certified ocularist will fit and fabricate your prosthesis to maximize all available

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Prosthetic Eye for Infants

Prosthetic eye services for infants can be very challenging for every member of your child’s care team:  their pediatric ophthalmologist, ocularist and family.  While each child’s circumstances and outcomes will vary, a number of general considerations must be mentioned to

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Join us in Honoring our Veterans

As we celebrate our nation’s Veterans Day we reflect on the service and sacrifice our veterans and active military members have made for our country.  At Ocular Prosthetics, Inc. we have had the pleasure of helping many veterans restore their

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When is a Prosthetic Eye Replacement Necessary?

Your prosthetic eye will need to be replaced periodically, based on your ophthalmologist and ocularist’s recommendations.  While the reasons for replacement will vary depending on each patient’s circumstances; common causes are changes in the eye socket anatomy, age of the

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