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Indian Dental Academy: will be one of the most relevant and exciting training

center with best faculty and flexible training programs for dental

professionals who wish to advance in their dental practice,Offers certified

courses in Dental implants,Orthodontics,Endodontics,Cosmetic Dentistry,

Prosthetic Dentistry, Periodontics and General Dentistry.

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  • Determine the best close for your audience and your presentation. Close with a summary; offer options; recommend a strategy; suggest a plan; set a goal. Keep your focus throughout your presentation, and you will more likely achieve your purpose. <br />
  • The most common causes of one or both eye loss are cancers such as retinoblastoma,trauma,congenital birth deficiency,blind painful eye. <br />
  • In evisceration the contents of the eye (iris, lens, vitreous, retina, and choroid) are removed leaving behind a pocket of sclera. The muscles that control eye movement remain attached to the sclera and as a result evisceration generally gives better movement to the ocular prosthesis. The child is fit for a ocular prosthesis 4-6 weeks after the operation. <br />
  • so enucleation and evisceration warrent ocular prosthesis and exentration needs an orbital prosthesis . <br />
  • An ocular prosthesis is an artificial replacement for the Bulb of the eye.it is indicated in enucleation and evisceration. <br />
  • This diagram is created from a photograph of a face . superimposed on the second picture are the recorded eye movements of a person observing this face. The movements show how much time an observer’s eyes search the eyes of the person observed. this highlights the importance of the eyes in social interactions. <br />
  • An eye prosthesis provides Comfort, Cosmetics, Restore facial contour. <br /> Helps in Continued Bony Orbital Wall, and Eyelid development and also <br /> maintains the volume of the eye socket <br />
  • Acrylic as a prosthetic material gives Artificial look,is lighter,and affordable and easily availble.silicone gives More natural look, is heavy and Expensive. <br />
  • A partial impression of the face usually suffice instead of full impression.Patient is placed on the chair in supine position.Towels placed to protect clothes from spillage.Tissue undercuts are packed with Vaseline gauze. <br />
  • A base plate is adapted to the model –it can be of acrylic or wax .Identifying the margin areas of the prosthesis and trimming the base accordingly. <br />
  • The eyeball component is custom designed and fabricated in acrylic, with regard to size and colour, to match the contra lateral eye, as closely as possible. <br />
  • Eye must be in exactly the right position or the prosthesis will look strange and unreal.Determining factors are -Inter-pupillary distance ,-Back vertex alignment and -Horizontal alignment . <br />
  • Great care is taken during carving of the prosthesis so as to &apos;capture&apos; the most constant appearance. <br />
  • Prosthesis and spectacles are attached with self cure acrylic. Hinge of the spectacle arm is locked with self cure acrylic to prevent any accidental opening. <br />
  • It will take some time to adjust to using one eye, but almost all patients learn to compensate during the first year after surgery.The socket will grow with age and hence the need for new prosthesis frequently. Since the extraocular muscles are not attached to the prosthesis, it does not move as a natural eye. <br />