A new technique to produce hollow prostheses is presented. A small case series of patients utilized standard methods to fabricate hollow ocular prostheses where rehabilitation had proved difficult. This article describes the fabrication and results of hollow ocular prostheses. Each hollow eye was significantly reduced in weight, one-third lighter than the original weight, with the exact size, shape, and volume of the existing solid prosthesis. This simple design significantly reduced the weight of these eyes and revolutionized these patients’ rehabilitation. Previously the solid prostheses overburdened the lower eyelids, causing discomfort, irritation, discharge, and reddening, whereas the new lightweight prostheses are unobtrusive, comfortable, and good aesthetically.