We are reopening!
We are reopening our Nottingham clinic over the coming weeks but the service we will offer shall be limited to a certain group of patients: those who had appointments cancelled before lockdown and those who have gone through eye surgery during the lockdown. For more information click here.
Meet John Pacey-Lowrie
Ocularist (Acrylic Prosthetic Eye Specialist)
John Pacey-Lowrie is something of a perfectionist.
Since 1976 he has been making bespoke ocular prosthetics, keeping up with improvements in materials and technology to make his artificial eyes as realistic as possible.
With over forty years in the profession John has experience in all aspects of ocular prosthetics (his special interest, paediatric prosthetics, evolved during his ten years at Moorfields Hospital in London).
Subsequently he managed his own department at the Queen's Medical Centre University Hospital in Nottingham with a private practice in Harley Street, London.
To meet our other Ocularists hover over the pictures below.
"Living With No Eyes"
An inspiring interview with Matthew...
Meet Matthew, an incredibly inspiring and optimistic young man who was born with bilateral anophthalmia.
In this short interview, Matthew shows us that living with no eyes doesn't mean living with no life!
We hope you join us in celebrating this wonderful chap and his many accomplishments.
Knowledge, Experience, Quality.
Our Artificial Eye Gallery
Prosthetic Eye Motility
"...conversational movement is what you should be aiming for..."
Most prosthetic eyes will move to a degree.
Unfortunately, we can only make your prosthetic eye move as much as the socket movement will allow. If your socket moves and your prosthetic eye is moulded to fit your socket properly it'll move, how much movement is uncertain.
Some people have an implant in their socket which can assist the motility and others may have an implant with a titanium peg which links to the prosthetic eye giving it. superb movement. This being said, they're not really used anymore as there was a high failure rate with the implant exposing.
Conversational movement is what you should be aiming for. The natural movement of your eyes when you're talking to somebody - slight movements, not dramatic movement.
"I visited John and his team in April. After looking at their website I decided to give them a call and immediately after speaking to John I felt at ease and made an appointment - The best decision I have ever made!! My friend and I visited the clinic and had a lovely warm welcome from all the team. They made my lovely new eye and gave me my confidence back. My face actually looks alive again . I can definitely recommend John and Sean, they are a remarkable team ."
We don't save lives. We change them.
Let us change yours...
Please note that due to COVID19 we are offering a limited service in our Nottingham clinic only. Please read our July COVID19 Statement before you send an enquiry, click here.
We thank you for your patience.
12 Regent Street, City Centre, Nottingham, UK, NG1 5BQ