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Prosthetic Eye Treatment for Low Vision Patients

Over the last 25 years, the global population has shown a reduction in the number of people who are blind or visually impaired from the effects of infectious disease.  What has increased is the number of people who are blind

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Prosthetic Eye for Low Vision

Emotional Adjustments to Life with a Prosthetic Eye

Adjusting to life with a prosthetic eye can be challenging.  Vision loss can cause a number of physical and emotional symptoms of anxiety.  Physical symptoms can include trouble focusing, muscle tension, and restlessness.  Emotional symptoms can include feelings of apprehension,

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Prosthetic Eye Anxiety

Living with Monocular Vision

Monocular vision is a condition in which one eye is blind, or one eye is unable to register images in coordination with the other eye.  There are a number of common obstacles that are associated with this type of impaired

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Monocular Vision

The History of Prosthetic Eyes

The first evidence of human’s wearing a prosthetic eye was recently uncovered in the southeastern part of Iran.  The woman, carbon-dated back to 2900 BCE, was discovered wearing a rudimentary ocular prosthesis worn outside of the eye socket.  This crude, hemispherical

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History of Artificial Eyes

Prosthetic Eye Service for the Central Coast

Are you looking for a San Luis Obispo ocularist?  Ocular Prosthetics, Inc.’s Santa Barbara location is proud to serve the San Luis Obispo region.  Located in Historic Knapp Hall in downtown Santa Barbara, we are just a short drive from

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San Luis Obispo Ocularist

Prosthetic Eye Service for the Inland Empire

If you are looking for a Riverside County ocularist, or San Bernardino ocularist, then Ocular Prosthetics, Inc. of Los Angeles is worth the trip.  With over 75 years of combined experience, Stephen Haddad, Board Certified Ocularist, and his team are

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Inland Empire Ocularist

Prosthetic Eyes for Veterans

Veterans Day is a national holiday to pay tribute to all American military.  To honor the men and women who have dedicated their lives to the service of our country.  We deeply appreciate the sacrifices they have made, and continue

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Prosthetic Eyes for Veterans

“Afternoon in the Park with Dr. Linn Murphree”

This past Saturday, Stephen Haddad and the team at Ocular Prosthetics, Inc. was graciously invited to participate in the event “Afternoon in the Park with Dr. Linn Murphree”.  This event was a celebration of the life and legacy of Dr.

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Dr. Linn Murphree

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.