Welcome to Our Practice
To provide the best service we also travel to see patients in Fayetteville, AR and Witchita, KS. Please contact us with any questions or to schedule a free consultation. We look forward to meeting with you to discuss your ocular needs.
About Our Practice
We are very proud of the many satisfied patients. We will work with every person and their insurance to maximize their benefits. We also have payment plans available for those without insurance or in financial need. Besides providing self-confidence, a well fitted eye prosthesis also helps maintain a healthy environment in the eye socket that is free from chronic irritation and infections.
In October 1982, Elsie Joy apprentice with Iowa Eye Prosthetics, Inc. After becoming certified by the National Examining Board of Ocularists she obtained her BCO and BADO.
In 1989, she opened her own practice, Eye Restoration Clinic (ERC) where she brought our current method of ocularistry to Tulsa.
In 2001 family members, Michelle S. Bullard and Edwin P. Bullard joined the practice. Both Michelle and Edwin earned their board certification from the National Examining Board of Ocularists. BCO and BADO.
In 2008, Lisa Skowron, BCO, BADO, MAMS, partnered with our practice on a part-time basis to provide other prostheses for our patients, such as oculofacials, maxiofacials, ears, noses and digits.
In 2017, Devon Marie Johnson (Bullard) joined the practice making it our third generation of eye makers.
We are all active members of the American Society of Ocularists Continuing Education Program and are active lecturers in professional organizations and medical groups.
At Eye Restoration Clinic, you will find a caring, sensitive and relaxed atmosphere where we take pride in making a quality, comfortable prosthesis designed to match the companion eye as perfectly as possible. Everyone gets our best effort.
Every eye prosthesis that we make, carries a warranty from Eye Restoration Clinic for 7-10 years against manufacturing defects such as delamination or porosity, providing that the artificial eye is worn continually under reasonable conditions, and/or properly stored, immersed in a saline solution.