Artificial eyes

An Artificial eye or Ocular prosthesis is a type of craniofacial prosthesis that replaces an absent natural eye following an enucleation, evisceration, or orbital exenteration.
The prosthesis fits over an orbital implant and under the eyelids. Though often referred to as a glass eye, the Artificial eye /ocular prosthesis roughly takes the shape of a convex shell and is made of medical grade plastic acrylic or Denture material. A variant of the ocular prosthesis is a very thin hard shell known as a scleral shell which can be worn over a damaged or eviscerated eye.

Sizes and Color

The Artificial/ Prosthetic Eyes is available for both Left and Right eye and supplied in 4 Sizes Child/ Small/ Medium/ Large
It is also available in Five different Iris Color : Black, Blue. Brown, Green and Red



Brown Iris



Green Iris



Black Iris



Blue Iris



Red Iris


Material These are made of denture material, which is completely harmless and easily accommodates to the chemical environment of the eye.
Type Thick eyes for completely enucleated eye as well as thin eyes where enucleation is not possible and fitted over existing damaged/sinking eyes.
Size For adult and child sizes ranging from 14 mm to 24 mm available in Right and Lef
Color of Iris Available in all colors of Brown, Blue, Green, Red and Black to suit and match the natural coloration of all types of eye in different communities.
Set Each set comprises of 100 Artificial eyes of varying size (child to adult) in equal proportions of Left and Right and including Thick and Thin eyes so that NO TWO EYES ARE SAME which allows maximum usage of eyes in any populace

Spherical Implants

Devine Orbital Implant is a spherical (ball-shaped) implant composed of medical compatible acrylic material . It is used to replace lost volume in anophthalmic orbital sockets i.e. the space inside the orbit when the eye is surgically removed (Enucleation and Evisceration). To maximize motility, ocular prostheses are attached to the orbital implant via a motility peg. The cosmetic outcome depends on the appearance and motility of the overlying ocular prosthesis.


A conformer is a clear acrylic shell fitted after an enucleation of the eye if the final artificial/ Prosthetic eye is not available at the time of surgery, to hold the shape of the eye socket and allow the eyelids to blink over the shell without rubbing the suture line. The conformer shell holds the shape ready for the artificial eye, and is worn for six to eight weeks after surgery. A conformer is used to retain the space for the artificial eye and is placed under the lids following placement of the orbital implant.