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LASIK is a laser procedure for eye, used to correct Myopia (Short-sightedness), Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) and Astigmatism; to reduce or eliminate a person’s dependence on spectacles and contact lenses. Spectacles could impede those who lead an active lifestyle, especially in sports and games. As an alternative, this same group of people would look to contact lenses for clear vision.
Cataract develops in all of us as we age, especially with long term exposure to sunlight. It may also develop in younger patients, especially those with high myopia or diabetes, after eye injury or inflammation, or as a side-effect of steroid medication.
Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that cause damage to the nerve of the eye, resulting in irreversible blindness, often without any symptoms. This damage is often caused by increased pressure in the eye. Glaucoma can occur in anyone at any age; a family history may be present in some.
Eye screening or Vision test enables early detection of potentially sight-threatening eye conditions. Many eye conditions go unnoticed in their early stages. It may be too late for treatment when your vision becomes affected. We can help screen your eyes even though you may not any eye symptoms.
Shinagawa Eye Centre has a long history of helping people with eye problems in Singapore. We have a full range of eye care services with advanced diagnostic and surgical devices available at our eye clinic. Our senior eye doctor (Dr Lee Sao Bing) have a wealth of experience in treating a wide range of eye conditions.Read More
The eye specialist at our eye clinic, Dr Lee Sao Bing, is well-trained and well known; having spent years in Singapore National Eye Centre, National University Hospital and prestigious Eye Centres in USA and Canada. Our Ophthalmologist eye surgeon has a wealth of experience to diagnose and treat various eye problems by prescribing different medications or performing eye surgery.Book An Appointment
Dr Lee is the Medical Director and Principal Eye Surgeon at Shinagawa Eye Centre, Singapore. He has many years of experience as a specialist eye doctor. Prior to this, he was the Head of the Cornea Service at the National University Hospital Eye Centre, where he performed cataract surgeries, cornea transplants, LASIK and Epi-LASIK surgeries.
He was instrumental in setting up Shinagawa Eye Centre in 2008 – designing the layout of the centre, acquiring equipment and training the staff.Read More
Topic: Will I go blind from having a red, itchy or painful eye?
Register for this online talk by Dr Lee and learn about:
– What causes a red or pinkish eye?
– Is it dangerous if it is painful?
– What can I do to treat it?
– When do I need to see an eye doctor?
Jun 13, 2020 03:00 PM via Zoom