Plastic eyes are among the most popular types of eye surgery in Ireland, with more than 1.8 million being done across the country each year.
The procedure can remove large sections of the cornea or cornea layer, the outer layer of the lens, and the eyelid.
There is also a procedure known as a “plastic eye” which removes the lens.
Plastics are used in cosmetics, jewelry, clothing, and personal hygiene products.
The new plastic eyes are known as plastic melt-in-place (POMP) and are used by many companies to improve their plastic products.
Plastic melt-ins have been around for decades, but have been gaining popularity in recent years.
The plastic melt in place (PomP) procedure involves the removal of a plastic liner from the plastic eye, which then melts in the body of the patient.
POMP involves using the plastic liner in an attempt to keep the plastic in place, and is not a common procedure in Ireland.
The first POMPs were carried out in 2004 and the last in 2014.
PomP involves removing the plastic layer from the eye using a heat gun, which melts a layer of plastic in the eye.
The process can take about 20 to 30 minutes, and involves removing a small amount of the plastic and then wrapping it around the liner.
The liner is then re-attached with a new layer of soft plastic and it is then removed.
Pomeroy is a plastic surgeon in the UK, and he has carried out several POMPP operations himself, including one which took place in February 2019.
He said he was pleased to have been chosen to carry out POMPLA, because he wanted to carry it out for all Irish patients.
“There are a lot of different plastic melt ins in Ireland that are not available in the U.K. and in the United States,” he said.
“I wanted to offer patients a more comprehensive procedure, one that was a little bit more cost effective.”
POMPLE GATHERING The procedure is done using a thermal tube that heats up plastic at the temperature of around 1,500 degrees Celsius.
The tube is then attached to a cooling tube and then removed, usually with the help of a vacuum.
The tubing is then filled with water and the plastic is removed.
A plastic surgeon said the procedure was not as invasive as it may seem.
“The tubing has to be really warm so the heat of the thermal tube is not enough to melt the plastic, it needs to be hot enough,” he explained.
The surgeon added that the procedure is less invasive than using a heating tube.
“It’s not like using a cold-water soak or putting something in your eyes,” he told the Irish Times.
“You’re just cooling the plastic through a tube, it’s a gentle cooling process.”
The surgeon said POMPE was an option for many patients in the first place.
“In the past, the only time I’d see plastic meltins was when a patient had an infection, or had a fracture, or some other type of injury,” he added.
“People who had had an accident or injury were often referred to a plastic meltin’ clinic because the procedure would make their eyes more comfortable.”
The procedure also has a small but positive side effect, said the plastic surgeon.
“If they do a POMPI and then they’re not able to see properly, they can get a headache or they can have difficulty breathing,” he stated.
He added that POMPERA can also be helpful for people with other conditions such as diabetes or high blood pressure.
“For diabetes, we’re not going to see a lot in terms of diabetes sufferers, we’ve been able to find some people that have had diabetes who have a good reaction to the procedure, and they can also see more clearly,” he concluded.
The company behind the procedure told The Irish News that they were looking for more POMOP and POMPS for Pomeroys work.
“We’re trying to find out what’s best for our customers, whether it’s for their eye health or their eye condition, and that’s something that we’re hoping to continue to work with,” the company said.
The Irish Department of Health and Equality (DOHE) has advised that anyone who is seeking a Pomerolli procedure is advised to speak to their optometrist first, and to check with their doctor if they require further information about the procedure.
“Our eyes have a unique structure and the structure of the eye can have a lot to do with the way the eye works and how the eye feels,” Dr. J.J. Pimentel, a consultant optometrists in the Department of Optometry, said.
A DOHE spokesperson said that Pomerolls treatment was a successful outcome and the company was currently seeking to expand their services.
“While we are currently in the process of assessing