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oc·u·lar·ist

(ok'yū-lar'ist),
One skilled in the design, fabrication, and fitting of artificial eyes and the making of prostheses associated with the appearance or function of the eyes.
[L. oculus, eye]

ocularist

(ŏk′yə-lər-ĭst)
n.
A person who is skilled in the design, fabrication, and fitting of artificial eyes and in the making of prostheses associated with the appearance or function of the eyes.

oc·u·lar·ist

(ok'yū-lăr-ist)
One skilled in the design, fabrication, and fitting of artificial eyes and the making of prostheses associated with the appearance or function of the eyes.
[L. oculus, eye]

ocularist 

One who designs and fits artificial eyes. See artificial eye; ocular prosthesis.
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After four years I managed to open my clinic and became the first licensed ocularist in Saudi Arabia.
Fabrication of a custom-fit ocular prosthesis using socket impression and customised iris button is the gold standard technique in rehabilitating an anophthalmic socket in tertiary eye care centres under the expert supervision of oculoplasty surgeon and trained ocularist. Artificial eyes should be aesthetically pleasing, scratch-resistant and adequately polished.
The ocular impression thus created is used as a mould to produce a wax shape, which fits into the socket and is used by Moorfields1 ocularists to position the iris, perfect the shape and ensure correctness of gaze.
Mamoon received treatment under the care of ocularist Paul Geelen.
World-renowned ocularist and optometrist, Dr Chandrashekhar Chawan, unveiled his latest unique creation, the world's first contact lenses embedded with diamonds and gold, at the 3rd Annual Women in Leadership Forum held recently.
Olivia Joseph Xavier, an 8th grade pupil at Our Own Indian High School in Dubai, can now pursue her dreams of a career as a film director, after an expert ocularist at Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai fitted the new artificial eye which perfectly matches with her natural eye, and also moves in perfect unison.
Then try The Ocularist. And so it goes - sheer bloody wonderment at every turn.
A master craftsman called an ocularist works there.
Her novella, The Ocularist's Daughter, was selected as a finalist for the 2002 Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction.
H.Bidder must be registered with the FDA and be a have a certified Ocularist who holds all the required certifications and licenses, e.g.
Moorfields Eye Hospital is the largest in-house facility of its type in the UK and it is expanding further, revealed chief ocularist David Carpenter when speaking to OT about the department and its work.
Dr Peter Coggin, senior ocularist at Moorfields who fitted the eye for baby Afra, said as she gets older and her eye socket expands she will need several replacements for her artificial eye until she is 18.