Bio-eye Orbital Implants

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Address: 12625 Highbluff Dr. Suite #314, San Diego, California 92130, USA
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Profile: Bio-eye Orbital Implants supplies the coated bio-eye hydroxyapatite orbital implant, which is a scientifically engineered and medically designed implant. There are also porous implants of porous polyethylene, (Medpor) & aluminum oxide, (Bioceramic). These are not natural materials of the body and do not have the same, completely porous, micro architecture as human bone. Our natural bio-eye orbital implant is highly biocompatible and completely porous. Our implant has a long track record with the greatest degree of safety of all modern implant materials. The orbital implants that support them, have greatly improved the rehabilitation of the anophthalmic patient. Leading these developments is a novel orbital implant composed of marine coral (converted to hydroxyapatite) known as the Bio-eye Hydroxyapatite orbital implant. This implant has the ability to completely integrate with the tissues of the orbit. Once ingrown with tissue, it will actually bleed if cut and can be drilled to accept a motility/support peg, which allows transfer of all implant movement directly to the artificial eye. Traditional implants cannot be pegged, and therefore may fail to deliver lifelike movement to the eye while also causing sagging of the lids due to chronic, unsupported weight of the artificial eye on the lower lid.

The company was founded in 1990, has revenues of < USD 1 Million and is ISO 9003, CE certified.

FDA Registration Number: 2027377

13 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• Artificial Eyes
• Coated Bio-Eye Implant
• Extra-Ocular Orbital Implant (FDA Code: HQX / 886.3340)
An extraocular orbital implant is a nonabsorbable device intended to be implanted during scleral surgery for buckling or building up the floor of the eye, usually in conjunction with retinal reattachment. Injectable substances are excluded.
• Eye Sphere Implant (FDA Code: HPZ / 886.3320)
An eye sphere implant is a device intended to be implanted in the eyeball to occupy space following the removal of the contents of the eyeball with the sclera left intact.
• General Medical Device
• Hydroxyapatite Orbital Implants
• Ocular Peg (FDA Code: MQU / 886.3320)
• Ophthalmic Conformer (FDA Code: HQN / 886.3130)
An ophthalmic conformer is a device usually made of molded plastic intended to be inserted temporarily between the eyeball and eyelid to maintain space in the orbital cavity and prevent closure or adhesions during the healing process following surgery. ]
• Ophthalmic Ring (FDA Code: HNH / 886.4350)
A manual ophthalmic surgical instrument is a nonpowered, handheld device intended to aid or perform ophthalmic surgical procedures. This generic type of device includes the manual corneal burr, ophthalmic caliper, ophthalmic cannula, eyelid clamp, ophthalmic muscle clamp, iris retractor clip, orbital compressor, ophthalmic curette, cystotome, orbital depressor, lachrymal dilator, erisophake, expressor, ophthalmic forcep, ophthalmic hook, sphere introducer, ophthalmic knife, ophthalmic suturing needle, lachrymal probe, trabeculotomy probe, cornea-sclera punch, ophthalmic retractor, ophthalmic ring (Flieringa), lachrymal sac rongeur, ophthalmic scissors, enucleating snare, ophthalmic spatula, ophthalmic specula, ophthalmic spoon, ophthalmic spud, trabeculotome or ophthalmic manual trephine.
• Ophthalmic Suturring Needle (FDA Code: HNM / 886.4350)
• Orbital Implant Wrap (FDA Code: MTZ / 886.3320)
• Porous hydroxyapatite orbital implants
• Sphere Introducer (FDA Code: HNP / 886.4350)

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