Working with Medical Practitioners to Deliver Better Outcomes
Nicholas Puls, Senior Ocularist at Artificial Eyes Queensland, works in close relationship with ophthalmologists, oncologists and parents of children with microphthalmia, anophthalmia and retinoblastoma to achieve the best outcomes for the management of these conditions.
Our artificial eye clinic is conveniently located in Brisbane (Ashgrove), but we work closely with medical practitioners and their patients across Queensland, Gold Coast (Southport) and Northern NSW (Ballina and Maclean).
Whether your patient has an existing prosthetic, has undergone enucleation or evisceration, or is a child born with microphthalmia or anophthalmia, we can help. Our Brisbane-based prosthetic eye specialist has the experience, skills and passion to deliver the best possible outcome for your patient.
Why medical practitioners refer patients to Artificial Eyes Queensland
Nicholas Puls is a skilled prosthetic eye practitioner based in Brisbane with international experience as a Senior Ocularist in the children and adult departments at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. He has also consulted with the National Artificial Eye Service in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Experienced — Your patients will feel assured and confident in the hands of an experienced UK-trained master craftsman who’s served more than 3,500 patients.
Child Specialist — Nicholas Puls is an understanding practitioner specialising in the creation and ongoing care of custom prosthetic eyes for children of all ages.
Aftercare — We provide specialist aftercare for prosthetic eye wearers that ensures your patients continue to receive the very best treatment available in Queensland and NSW.
Aftercare for patients with existing prosthetics
We provide trusted and cost-effective artificial eye services for both adult and child patients with existing prosthetics at our clinics in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Northern NSW. If you have patients that require artificial eye aftercare, including prosthetic eye polishing, we can help.
Our aftercare program ensures your patients receive the ongoing care they need, and includes:
Checking the prostheses for cracks, chips and signs of damage
Ensuring the artificial eye is correctly aligned and sits comfortably
Polishing the prosthetic eye to remove protein build-up and restore lustre
Checking the health of the eye socket and surrounding tissue
Reviewing patients’ eye maintenance protocols
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