Specialists in the fitting & fabrication of Artificial Eyes & Scleral Shells for disfigured eyes
Raymond R. Rendon, BCO, has over 25 years of experience in the field of Ocular Prosthetics.
He studied under and completed a five year apprenticeship with Phillip A. Danz, a noted pioneer in the field of Ocular Prosthetics.He graduated from the education program of The American Society of Ocularists in 1989, receiving Diplomate status.
The American Society of Ocularists is an international, professional and educational organization founded in 1957 by professionals specializing in the fitting and fabrication of custom ocular prosthetics. The society was formed to promote and improve research in the development of Ocular Prosthetics.
He then received Board Certification by the National Examining Board of Ocularists. NEBO is an independent agency whose primary function is the assessment of competency of Ocular Prosthetists. Certification by NEBO is the North American standard for proficiency in Ocular Prosthetics.
Mr. Rendon is an active member of the American Society of Ocularists. He has contributed to the education program of the American Society of Ocularists. He has also lectured at the joint session of The American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Raymond Rendon has served on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Ocularists (2000-2003) as well as the Ocularist Association of California (1998-present). He began private practice in 1992 when he assumed the Bay Area offices of Phillip A. Danz.
HUMANITARIAN SERVICE In 1996 our office participated in a mission trip to Central America with Vision Optometric Service to Humanity (VOSH). Since then we have returned annually to provide Ocular Prosthetic service to the impoverished villages surrounding the area of Santa Barbara, HONDURAS, CENTRAL AMERICA
Raymond Rendon sets up clinic through Casa Rosada. Casa Rosada was founded in 1992 by Dolores Williams to provide attention and health care to the poor and disabled children of Honduras. Casa Rosada works to arrange no cost treatment for children in American Hospitals and host families to care for them during their stay. Dolores Williams also provides organization and direction to many of the volunteer groups and medical missions that come through Central America. Feel free to contact us if you would like information about volunteer opportunities in Central America.