Our innovative oculoplastic technologies utilize unique materials to form powerful surgical solutions: processed human pericardium & sclera allografts, eyelid tarsus substitutes, eyelid spacer grafts, gold eyelid weights, and hydrogel tissue expanders.
Tutoplast procesed allografts and our Ambio5 processed tissue provide a unique range of oculoplastic socket and eyelid reconstruction surgeries including facia lata for eyelid ptosis surgery. Our tutoplast whole-sclera offering provides a a pre-formed processed human scleral shell, designed for the perfected, contour wrapping of an orbital implant during enucleation surgery. The power of this tissue process technology is its ability to (1) render human tissue void of cell debris, antigens and potential viruses, and (2) maintain the structural integrity inherent in the pre-processed collagen.
Natural tarsus is specialized tissue that is neither purely fibrous nor cartilaginous in composition. The tissue functions as the skeletal structure for the delicate mechanical properties of the lid. Substitute materials necessary to correct lid function are limited due to the hybrid composition of this unique tissue type.
The Osmed hydrogel orbital tissue expander technology is a safe and effective solution to anopthalmic and microanopthalmic conditions.
Our SutureGroove gold lidweights help treat patients with lagophthalmos a condition often caused by facial paralysis or bells paulsey.
Eyelid spacer grafts are intended for implantation to reinforce and aid reconstruction of the eyelid.
Employed for the surgical treatment of lagophthalmos, SutureGroove™ Gold Eyelid Weights are forged from pure gold and incorporate the innovative suture-channel design for superior fixation and cosmesis.
Tutoplast Whole Sclera
Ptosis slings are used to treat frontalis suspension in patients with significant ptosis and poor levator functioning.
Osmotic tissue expanders are indicated for the facilitation of normal growth of orbital soft tissues and bone to achieve proximate facial symmetry in congenital anophthalmos and microphthalmos.