The Four Eye Care Professionals You Need to Know: Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Opticians and Ocularists
August 20th, 2019
As you research your journey to prosthetic eye restoration you will undoubtedly have many questions. We hope that our website is an informative resource for your concerns, but believe in providing you with the most information possible. Included below are website links to further enhance your prosthetic eye experience. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is the largest national membership association of eye medical doctors. Ophthalmologists are medical and osteopathic physicians who provide comprehensive eye care, including medical, surgical and optical care.
Founded in 1969, ASOPRS offers you an exceptionally qualified body of surgeons who have training and experience in the highly specialized fields of eye, plastic, facial, and reconstructive surgery.
Our Mission…To provide counseling, support, information and advocacy to families when there has been a diagnosis of cancer or other diseases that may impact vision.
The International Children’s Anophthalmia & Microphthalmia Network (ican), a voluntary non-profit organization, is a group of families and professionals dedicated to lending support to individuals who want to learn more about microphthalmia and anophthalmia (eyes that are abnormally small, completely absent, or consist only of vestigial portions).
Know The Glow is dedicated to the awareness of glow-related childhood eye diseases. Our mission is to globally eliminate preventable childhood blindness by educating the general public and medical community on how to identify “The Glow” through simple flash photography.
Discussion and support for those who have lost an eye to whatever cause or have monocular vision.