One of the advantages in choosing a quality model of any part of the body is the ability for a teacher, professor, doctor or medical staff member to be able to help patients and students to actually see and understand the various aspects and components of the body part or system.
With an eye anatomy model, this ability to have a larger than life model of the eye helps in classrooms as well as patient treatment rooms. It is not uncommon to find different types of eye models in optometrists and ophthalmologists’ offices, in medical doctor’s patient examination rooms as well as classrooms and learning labs from middle school through to college and university levels.
In any of the above-mentioned locations, the eye anatomy model is going to be handled frequently. For models that have removable sections, or even the most basic models of the external features of the eye, choosing a top-quality model is the first and most important choice.
While this model may not be the lowest price, it will stand up to handling, use, and examination for years. Cheaply made models will simply not last and will quickly start to fall apart and not stay together. These cheap models may also fade or have the paint start to flake off, making them look old and worn even with limited use.
There are very detailed eye anatomy model designs on the market that will be required for advanced level anatomy classes. There are also more basic models which are more appropriate for middle to high school or even lower level college courses.
For medical offices, specific types of models, including models which allow patients to understand how structures in the eye impact vision, may be a critical consideration to provide the specific details doctors will want to share.