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Low Vision Optometrists

Of all disabilities, visual disability or low vision is perhaps the most misunderstood.
People tend to think of it as "all or nothing" – either you are fully sighted, or totally
blind with no in between. In fact, just like other forms of disability, low vision or partial
loss of vision is very much the rule rather than the exception.

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Center for Ocular Reconstruction

Throughout recorded history, it is evident that man has found a need to attempt to restore or replace the eyes and facial parts of those who were either unfortunate enough to have congenital deformities, or to have suffered from trauma or the disease processes of later life. Most of the evidence of the evolution of ocular and facial prosthetics until the mid 16th century is anecdotal.

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Micro & Anophthalmic Childrens Society

We are the Micro and Anophthalmic Children’s Society – the UK’s national charity for children born without eyes or with underdeveloped eyes. We support families of children born with Microphthalmia (small eyes), Anophthalmia (no eyes) and/or Coloboma (cleft of the eye). Our services are accessed by around 500 families around the UK and some who are further afield.

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Artificial Eye

When a person learns that it is necessary to have an eye removed the news creates understandable concern and apprehension. As Ocularists with 45 years of experience we understand the time it will take to adjust to how this situation will affect the person's life, appearance and ability to function.

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Center for Ocular Reconstruction

When our bodies change in some way, due to injury or disease, we are understandably concerned about how our lives may be affected. This is especially true of changes that involve some part of the face, such as the eyes.

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Microtia

Through close collaboration with leading surgeons worldwide, Stryker Craniomaxillofacial has gained a well-earned reputation as a market leader for its innovative developments in Craniomaxillofacial and Neurosurgery. In order to maintain this spirit of innovation and leadership, we continuously focus our research and development of biomaterials, fixation systems and radio frequency

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Regulation 102 - Defective vision disqualifying a person from obtaining or holding drivers licence

  1. A person shall be disqualified from obtaining or holding a learner's or driving license unless
    1. in the case of an application for a learner's or driving license relating to the code A1, A, B or EB, such person has
      1. according to the Snellen rating a minimum visual acuity, with or without refractive correction, of 6/12 (20/40) for each eye, or where the visual acuity of one eye is less than 6/12 (20/40) or where one eye of the person concerned is blind, a minimum visual acuity for the other eye of 6/9 (20/30); and...
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