Orbital Region

Prosthetic Eye (ocular)

Prosthesis with aesthetic and orthopedic functions for patients who have lost one or both eyes. Every prostheses are carefully manufactured so their characteristics will prevent surrounding tissues deformation.

Left prosthetic eye

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Bilateral prosthetic eyes

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Prosthetic eye on a patient with Down syndrome

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Prosthetic eye switch

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Left prosthetic eye

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Prosthetic eye on a pediatric patient with Autism

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Bilateral prosthetic eyes

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Left prosthetic eye

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Prosthetic Eye (orbital)

Aesthetic prosthesis for patients with orbital exenteration (lost of eyeball and surrounding tissues such as eyelids and eyebrows).  Retained by medical degree adhesives or osseointegrated implants.

Orbital prosthesis on adult

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Orbital prosthesis on child

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Surgical Conformer Shell

Devices fitted after eye removal surgeries to hold the shape of the eye socket during healing and preventing tissue deformation, so the patient can wear an ocular prosthesis in the future with better aesthetic results.

Ocular Orthopedics

Dynamic treatment that modifies the orbital tissues and prevents future deformities, so the patient will be capable of wearing an ocular prosthesis with the best possible aesthetics.

Patient treated with Ocular orthopedics

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Patient treated WITHOUT Ocular orthopedics

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Patient treated WITHOUT Ocular orthopedics

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