ocularist


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oc·u·lar·ist

 (ŏk′yə-lər-ĭst)
n.
A person who is skilled in the design, fabrication, and fitting of artificial eyes and in the making of prostheses associated with the appearance or function of the eyes.

ocularist

(ˈɒkjʊlərɪst)
n
(Professions) a person who makes artificial eyes
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Some of the noteworthy players of the market profiled by MRFR in its report are The National Artificial Eye Services (NHS) (UK), COS-MEDIC PTY LTD (Australia), Second Sight (US), International Prosthetic Eye Center (India), Advanced Artificial Eye (US), Marie Allen Ocularist Ltd (Canada), Retina Implant AG (Germany), Pixium Vision (France), Erickson's Custom Made Artificial Eye (Canada).
Eventually, I decided I wanted to be an ocularist, which is someone who makes and fits artificial eyes.
The Moorfields consultants specialise in retinal eye disease, cornea and refractive vision correction surgery, genetic eye disease, vitreoretinal surgery, uveitis, glaucoma, oculoplastic surgery, adult and paediatric eye tumours, and an ocularist who makes artificial eyes.
Ocularist Evelyn Kyere disclosed this while making a presentation on the current state of ocular prosthesis in the country.
Later the requirements of the patient are discussed with the ocularist. Ocularist examines the cases and determines the type of prosthesis and the nature of the customisation.
(61) The complete list of occupations includes acupuncturist, auctioneer, community planner, consumer finance services, dietician, nutritionist, forensic polygraph examiner, forester, immigration clerical assistant, insurance solicitor, interior designer, landscape architect, ocularist, proprietary school solicitors, respiratory care, security alarm contractor, speech pathologist, and vehicle protection product warrantor.
David Carpenter, chief ocularist at Moorfields Eye Hospital, appreciates that ocular prosthetics represent a novel use for the Scotch-Brite Wheel, which is most frequently used to deburr metal parts.
Qabha has been receiving his medical treatment at Moorfields Eye Hospital in Dubai Healthcare City under the care of Ocularist Paul Geelen.
Attending the Vision-X Dubai 2013 Optometry Conference was Dr Mohammad Hassan Khalaf, an Ocularist and Low Vision Aid Specialist from Bahrain, who said: "Vision-X Dubai is an excellent platform for optometry specialists on both the technical and commercial aspects for the region.