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What is a Fake Eye?

Information on Fake Eyes A fake eye or artificial eye can help a patient who has lost an eye, or suffered eye damage, get back to living a “normal,” happy life. The office of John Stolpe prides ourselves on making some of the best fake eyes in los angeles. John Stolpe comes from 3 generations […]

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Prosthetic Eyes – John Stolpe, BCO, BADO

Prosthetic eyes can help people who have suffered eye trauma or eye loss. At the office of John Stolpe, we create prosthetic eyes for individuals who want to live comfortably. John Stolpe works tirelessly to produce the absolute highest quality prosthetic eyes to help each and every one of our patients. Highest Quality Prosthetic Eyes […]

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What is an Ocularist?

Learn about Ocularistry An ocularist is a medical professional who makes artificial eyes. This may sound like a simple task, but in reality there are many complex and important skills and services that an ocularist should offer in order to make the absolute best eye piece possible. John Stolpe is an Ocularist that draws on […]

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Los Angeles Ocularist – John Stolpe

There are many factors to consider when choosing an ocularist in Los Angeles or anywhere. These include but are not limited to: Experience – How long and how well does an ocularist know their craft? Quality of Work – How effective is an ocularist at fitting? What about color matching? Relationships with other specialists – […]

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What Is An Ocularist?

An ocularist is a health professional who specializes in prosthetic devices for the eye. This specialty combines an understanding of color and artistry with expertise in the science of the development and function of the face and eye. Your Ocularist should be Board Certified (BCO) by the American Society of Ocularists. The society offers formally […]

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