Children’s Ocular Prosthetic or Shell


    Congenital microphthalmia-anophtalmia, retinoblastoma, accidents and other, rarer situations, can make it a necessity for a child to wear an artificial eye or sclera shell.
    Restoration of the ophthalmic socket in the case of infants and children, special care should be taken to create the ocular prosthetic (or the corneal shell) in accordance with the child’s development, in order to uniformly and symmetrically shape the socket and the lid structure.