Overview of Ocular Implants

Ocular Implant

Up till present day, different methods have been used for ocular implants with some having high risk involved, although there have been different ideas as to create the perfect ocular implant and putting into consideration of using the best techniques available.

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Getting the perfect results one must note that a good ocular implant shouldn’t be allergenic and should also be mechanically stable and most importantly it should be non-toxic. ‎

Psychological support offered to patients, both postoperative and preoperatively should be considered very important after a radical intervention, and in most cases, it is advised that patients after radical intervention should take social life adaptation into consideration.

Radical interventions:

The surgery part of a patient, this is the removal of the patients’ eyeball, and this can be done using three different techniques these are;

  • Evisceration.‎
  • Enucleation.‎
  • Exenteration.‎

Although each and every one of these techniques comes with its own pros and cons, the most important thing here is to successfully carry out this ocular implant saving the patients life and improving the quality of living.

Types of ocular implants

Ocular ImplantIn order to reduce the effect of post-operative and it’s complications after an evisceration or enucleation surgery has led to the search for the best and safe type of ocular implant.

Even though the silicone sphere implant has been used for over 50 years now, surgeon still argue about it use up till today, they believed that it will be a very less favorable option if implant was without the application of extrinsic muscle considering the fact that it will lead to a reduction in motility and also extrusion risk.

The followings are considered the types of ocular implant that are available

  • Poly or ophthalmology
  • Porous polyethylene
  • The Quasi-integrated implants
  • Aluminum Oxide
  • Porous orbital

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