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Helping Patients Build Confidence After Eye Loss

Eye care providers understand and expect that their patients will feel grief, loss, and fear after having an eye...

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Questions to Ask When Looking for a New Ocularist

Making the decision to get a prosthetic eye can be an emotional time for patients.  Maybe you’re still adjusting...

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The Gift of Confidence

Kristen Mitchell’s prosthetic eye was a present to herself. In 2006, Kristen Mitchell, a fifth-grade teacher from...

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How to Talk to Teachers About Your Child’s Prosthetic Eye

Your child has just received their prosthetic eye. You’re noticing they’re more confident, more comfortable, less...

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Prosthetic Eyes and Newborns

Early Intervention and Compassionate Care Make All the Difference We know why you do what you do. Like you, we want...

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Have Some Safe, Summer Fun!

One of the many benefits of a prosthetic eye is the confidence that comes with it. Whether you recently had eye removal...

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Can Spring Allergies Affect My Prosthetic Eye Comfort?

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who suffer from allergy symptoms during pollen season, you may be...

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Safe Prosthetic Eye Visits During COVID [Plus 3 Reasons Not to Delay Care]

What is safe to do now and what will just have to wait?  It’s a question we all face on a frequent basis during...

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4 Ways to Offer Quality Telemedicine for Older Patients with Eye Loss

While many ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeons, ophthalmologists, ocularists, and others are offering virtual visits...

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Conformers May Provide Light Perception for Some Children

Microphthalmia is a developmental disorder in which one or both eyes are abnormally small and have anatomic...

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Benefits of a Scleral Shell

Accidents and eye diseases can sometimes cause an eye not to function or to become disfigured. Living with either of...

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