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Accreditation

We are affiliated with Many National and International Organizations


Our ocularist, Kuldeep Raizada, B.C.O., is board certified by the National Examining Board of Ocularists and a member of the American Society of Ocularists. To maintain this board certification, he attends semi-annual conferences where a continuing education curriculum is presented and credits are accumulated. These credits are necessary to be eligible for re-certification every six years.


Artificial Eye/Prosthetic Eye/Glass EyeNational Examining Board of Ocularists (NEBO)

The National Examining Board of Ocularists was formed in November, 1980, in response to the need for more uniform standards in the field of ophthalmic prosthetics (artificial eyes). NEBO is an independent agency whose primary function is the assessment of competence of the ocularist who performs the variety of health care related functions encountered in the fitting and fabrication of ophthalmic prosthetics. NEBO is chartered to develop, maintain, and administer a certification examination as a means of attesting to the competency of the ocularist. In addition, NEBO issues renewable and dated certificates, and maintains a registry or list of those who are currently certified.

http://www.neboboard.org/

Artificial Eye/Prosthetic Eye/Glass EyeAmerican Society of Ocularists (ASO)

The American Society of Ocularists was founded in 1957 by professionals specializing in the fabricating and fitting of custom-made ocular prosthetics (artificial eyes). The organization’s purpose is to improve and promote research in the development of ophthalmic prosthetics, to advance the methods, techniques and skills of the ocularist membership, and to provide the public with continual improvement in all fields and activities in which ocularists engage. All members adhere to the Society’s Standard Operating Procedures for the fitting and fabrication of custom-made ophthalmic prosthetics. Research, education and standards form the benefits to ASO members.

http://www.ocularist.org

The Institute of Maxillofacial Prosthetist & Technologist

The Institute of Maxillofacial Prosthetist & Technologist, UK

The Institute is an established professional body that oversees the training, qualifications and practice of the Maxillofacial Prosthetist while at the same time maintaining a communication and support network for the membership. The Institute also works alongside and advises medical, professional and governmental groups on issues relevant to the specialty. 

The foundations of the Institute were set down during the period immediately after the second world war. Specialist surgical technicians working in oral surgery units alongside their dental and medically qualified surgical colleagues met informally for mutual support. During the late 1950s this group became the Maxillofacial Technicians Association with the first scientific congress was held in 1961.

http://www.impt.co.uk 

International Anaplastology Association

                                                                 International Anaplastology Association


The International Anaplastology Association is an international organization founded in 1980 as the American Anaplastology Association and incorporated in California as a 501c6 Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation. The association originated to bring together a wide variety of specialists involved in providing restorative prostheses for patients with facial and somato disfigurements due to cancer, trauma, or congenital origin.

https://www.anaplastology.org


Indian Society of Ocularists

                                            Indian Society of Ocularists

The Indian Society of Ocularists is an international, non-profit, professional and educational organization founded in 2013 by professionals specializing in the fabricating and fitting of custom-made ocular prosthetics (artificial eyes).

http://www.ocularist.co.in


King's College London, University of London

King’s is home to one of the most exciting and respected research communities in the world - the perfect environment for sharing your passion.

http://www.kcl.ac.uk

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The letters "FAAO" (Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry) after an optometrist, scientist or other qualified person’s name signify to colleagues and patients that rigorous qualifications for Fellowship have been met

http://www.aaopt.org


International Affiliations of Custom Artificial Eye Center