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Custom Designed and Fabricated Ocular Prosthetics

Creating a comfortable, functional, lifelike ocular prosthesis is a complex process requiring great attention to painstaking detail and craftsmanship. Cosmetic restoration for anophthalmos, congenitally disfigured globes, or traumatized eyes begins with an impression and the fabrication of a model prosthesis, which will ensure a flush-fitting device. Exact replicas of the fellow iris and sclera are then hand-painted, all of which ensures a close resemblance to the companion eye, in color and shape.

Marcus Soper and his associates use innovative state-of-the-art techniques, many of which they have developed, and work diligently to make sure the prosthesis fits perfectly and moves in a lifelike fashion. Comfort, functional continuous wear and a lifelike appearance is the goal of our practice.

Mr. Soper and his associates treat this complex process with understanding, patience and care, right in their in-office laboratory. This ensures the patient will have a custom-fitted, hand-painted prosthesis designed specifically for him or her.


Left eye after enucleation


Left eye prosthesis in place

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Left eye with phthisis bulbi

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Left eye prosthesis in place

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