artificial eye Eye 4 Strabismus and Buckling is ideal for practicing,
demonstrating, and simulating operations known as buckling, suturing,
What buckling is: A buckle or sponge is
stitched around an outer layer of the eye and surgically sewn in place
so it can not move. Buckling is designed to support the retina by
pushing the scleral toward the middle of the eye, reattaching your
retina, and closing retina tears.
What strabismus is: Strabismus surgery loosens or tightens eye muscles, changing the alignment of the eyes relative to each other.