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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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Los Angeles Prosthetic Eyes

Factors to Consider with Prosthetic Eyes There are many factors to consider when looking for prosthetic eyes in Los Angeles. 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? […]

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Highest Quality Prosthetic Eye Colors

Fitting an Existing Prosthesis with Better Prosthetic Eye Colors There are instances where someone may be happy with the fit of their prosthetic eye, but they don’t love the prosthetic eye colors — perhaps the iris looks grainy, or it is low resolution where brush strokes are visible. In these cases, the textural difference draws […]

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Is your prosthetic eye hydrophobic?

Learn if your Prosthetic Eye is Hydrophobic Is your prosthetic eye hydrophobic? Above, in a hydrophilic surface (left), liquid sheets across. In a hydrophobic surface (right), liquid collects in tight droplets. Do You have a Hydrophobic Prosthetic Eye? Treating the effects of Hydrophobic pieces In a well-made prosthetic eye, tears should flow evenly across the prosthesis […]

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Do I need to remove my prosthesis every night?

No. It is not generally recommended that a patient remove their eye in the evening. When a prosthesis is fit properly it should be comfortable and retain in the eye socket. A prosthesis that is uncomfortable and needs to be removed should likely be refit properly so it can be comfortably worn for long periods […]

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