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Orthoptic eye patches

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Orthoptic eye patches

A very soft orthoptic therapy… and it’s brightly coloured!

WHAT ARE THEY?

Orthoptic eye patches for children, specifically designed to treat amblyopia - commonly known as lazy eye syndrome.

WHAT DO THEY DO FOR YOU?

They make treatment easier and more effective by adapting to your child's facial anatomy, and are designed to stay in place throughout the therapy without leaving a residue. Their bright colours turn a nuisance almost into a game.

WHAT MAKES THEM UNIQUE?

Their extreme comfort, thanks to soft non-woven fabric, a balanced grip and ergonomic form. And their colourful creative designs - a request from children themselves - add a little magic to the treatment, with older children feeling they are very much in fashion thanks to up-to-date designs created just for them.

IN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND THEM?

Pic Optimagic comes in 3 sizes for different age groups:

  • JUNIOR, for children aged 0 to 3: 67 x 52 mm
  • MEDIUM, for children aged 3 to 5: 80 x 57 mm
  • REGULAR, for children aged 5 to 7: 85 x 59 mm

The designs for young children feature the sky, bees, and farm animals, while those for older children show owls, tattoos, and camouflage.

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