At Ocular Prosthetics, Inc. we treat patients for the condition known as phthisis bulbi. This is commonly diagnosed by a shrunken, nonfunctional eye. The eye may also show signs of disfigurement or discoloration. Phthisis bulbi can be the result of numerous
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
At Ocular Prosthetics, Inc. we are sympathetic to that fact that most children do not know what to expect on their initial visit to our office. The clinical environment can be an uncomfortable place, with strange equipment, and unfamiliar people.
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