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Table of Contents - Year : 2017 | Month : January | Volume : 11 | Issue : 1 | Page : ZD06 - ZD08

Prosthetic Rehabilitation of Completely Blind Subject with Bilateral Customised Ocular Prosthesis: A Case Report ZD06-ZD08

Chetan Pathak, Salil Pawah, Gurpreet Singh, Ila Yadav, Shrey Kundra

Dr. Chetan Pathak,
H.N. 536 Sector -17, Faridabad-121002, Haryana, India.

The special sensory organs play significant role in our daily lives. Until one of them is totally or partially lost, its real value is not fully appreciated. The most tragic, yet common loss of sensory organ is that of an eye. Restoration of unilateral ocular defects is very challenging for a maxillofacial prosthodontist and requires great skill to mimic bilateral eye. Restoration of bilateral defects using customized eye prosthesis presents even more difficult task for clinician especially in communication with patient, impression procedures, and patient education regarding insertion, removal and maintenance of prosthesis. Such loss of eyes may have a tremendous emotional and psychological impact on the patient. This article presents a technique for fabrication of bilateral ocular prosthesis of completely blind patient.