Artificial eye services for Malaysian clients
Paul and Jenny Geelen are experienced specialist ocularists who manufacture and fit quality eye prostheses for adults and children. They are based in Australia, and are available by arrangement for Malaysian clients. Travel and visa arrangements are the responsibility of the client. A stay in Perth of approximately two weeks is required, subject to your circumstances.
The brother and sister team have been making artificial eyes for eighteen years. Creating a natural-looking and comfortable eye for each individual client is their priority.
Both are founding members of the Ocularists Association of Australia Ltd, and are involved in the ongoing training and professional development of ocularists in Australia and internationally.
Jenny and Paul work closely with ophthalmologists, and in co-operation with public and private hospitals and major medical insurers. They are experienced in dealing with eye loss from many causes, including retinoblastoma (eye cancer).
Each prosthetic eye is hand-made and hand-painted using the highest quality materials available, and custom-fitted for comfort. For a person who has lost an eye, wearing a natural-looking artificial eye helps them return to a normal lifestyle. It assists in restoring confidence and dignity, and speeds recovery from the trauma of losing an eye.
Clients in urgent need of a consultation should contact Paul or Jenny by telephone. Alternatively, you may send an email using the form below.
Travel and accommodation
Flights. Malaysia Airlines operate daily non-stop flights from Kuala Lumpur to Perth, with a flying time of 5 hours 30 minutes.
Accommodation. Accommodation options ranging from serviced apartments through to five star hotels are available near Paul and Jenny’s consulting rooms in West Perth. Perth has a mediteranean climate, with cool winters and hot summers, and there are many additional visitor attractions.
Perth and Kuala Lumpur are in the same time zone, and Perth observes daylight saving between 3rd December 2006 and 2nd April 2007.