The wrapping technique consists to wrap a bioceramic orbital implant with a resorbable mesh. This procedure facilitates both placement of the orbital implant into the eye socket and also muscles suturing. Additionally, the wrapping technique takes a few minutes to perform and avoid the use of donor material.
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OCULID® implants are indicated for the treatment of the functional defects of lagophthalmos resulting from facial paralysis. They conform to the surface curvature of the eye, offering superior cosmesis and aesthetic satisfaction among patients. Additionally, they feature a sleek surface, anatomically friendly curvature with tapered edges, and smoothly rounded corners.
Preloaded Monoka (Lacrijet) and congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction: Initial results
FCI is excited to share the results of a recent study conducted by Bruno Fayet, MD (Paris, France), Jean-Marc Ruban, MD (Lyon, France) and William Katowitz, MD (Philadelphia, USA) on LacriJet®.
This article was published last May, in the ‘French Journal of Ophthalmology’ and highlights the performance of LacriJet® for the management of congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction (CNLDO).
Self-retaining bicanalicular intubation