Ophthalmic Foil

Definition : Thin plastic films (foils) designed to partially or totally block light when applied to an existing eyewear lens. These foils are manually cut, typically using scissors, from a thin plastic sheet in a shape that conforms to the interior of the lens and usually use only water for attachment. Ophthalmic foil is intended for prophylactic (e.g., to prevent lazy eye [amblyopia]) and/or therapeutic uses such as the treatment of double vision (diplopia) and in the absence of an eye's natural lens (aphakia).

Entry Terms : "Foil, Ophthalmic"

UMDC code : 16066

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Pelion Surgical LLC

Company Type: Parent

The Fresnel Prism & Lens Co LLC

Company Type: Parent

More than 24 years the Fresnel Prism and Lens Co. has been offering products to assist in the diagnostic and therapeutic issues offered by eyecare specialists i.e. Pediatric & Neuro Ophthalmologists, Orthoptists, Optometrists and other low vision practices.

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