How Long Does A Prosthetic Eye Last?

A: Typically, an artificial eye lasts about 5 years before it needs to be replaced. Tissue changes in the socket, anatomical growth, and breakdown of the acrylic are the primary reasons for replacement. Due to growth spurts, prosthetics in children tend to last 3-4 years before requiring replacement. Read Here….

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How Much Does It Cost For A Prosthetic Eye?

At D. Danz & Sons, a company that creates custom ocular prosthetics, the cost of an ocular prosthetic typically costs $2,500-$8,300. On a forum at LostEye.com, U.S. patients report costs of $2,500-$6,000 for a custom artificial eye.

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