Carole Lewis Stolpe' B.C.O.


Web: http://www.allartificialeyes.com
Address: 435 N. Bedford Drive, Suite 411, Beverly Hills, California 90210, USA
Phone: +1-(310)-271-8801 | Fax: +1-(310)-271-6189 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Carole Lewis Stolpe' B.C.O. offers artificial prosthetic eyes. Our products are custom acrylic prosthetic eyes, natural motion, custom contact lenses, maxillofacial prosthesis, and acrylic scleral shell artificial eyes. We also offer a patented digital technology. Our custom acrylic prosthetic eye is used to replace a natural eye which has been either enucleated or eviscerated. These are the medical terms for surgical removal of all or part of a severely damaged, diseased or tumored eye. Our acrylic scleral shell artificial eye is ideal for situations where the eye's vision has been lost, but the eye is not removed, the usual deterioration in appearance can be very successfully corrected by the use of a thin acrylic shell. Scleral shells fully cover a natural eye that has become disfigured and often is sensitive and painful. It provides for virtually natural motion, since the natural eye is retained under the shell to give full movement to the prosthesis.

FDA Registration Number: 2029328

8 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• Acrylic Prosthetic Eyes
• Contact Lens (FDA Code: HQD / 886.5916)
A rigid gas permeable contact lens is a device intended to be worn directly against the cornea of the eye to correct vision conditions. The device is made of various materials, such as cellulose acetate butyrate, polyacrylate-silicone, or silicone elastomers, whose main polymer molecules generally do not absorb or attract water.
• Digitally Enhanced Prosthetic Eyes
• Maxillofacial Prosthesis
• Non-Custom Artificial Eye (FDA Code: HQH / 886.3200)
An artificial eye is a device resembling the anterior portion of the eye, usually made of glass or plastic, intended to be inserted in a patient's eye socket anterior to an orbital implant, or the eviscerated eyeball, for cosmetic purposes. The device is not intended to be implanted.
• 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. ]
• Prosthetic Eyes
• Scleral Shell (FDA Code: HQT / 886.3800)
A scleral shell is a device made of glass or plastic that is intended to be inserted for short time periods over the cornea and proximal-cornea sclera for cosmetic or reconstructive purposes. An artificial eye is usually painted on the device. The device is not intended to be implanted.

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