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LASIK Centre

LASIK Centre

Show Phone Number5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Level 17, NUH Medical Centre, Singapore, 119082Singapore
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Eye Exam

Conventional LASIK

From S$950
All Laser LASIK From S$1575
Pre-LASIK assessment From S$95
Standard medication From S$35
Contact Sports and Challenging Working Environments
Dry Eye
Thin Cornea
Irregular Corneas and Increased Higher Order Aberrations
Hyperopia
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About LASIK Centre

The improvement of the vision of patients through eye-care services and surgical procedures of a high standard is the main focus of the team at this clinic located at Lower Kent Ridge Road in Singapore. Laser based procedures are performed to ensure that patients enjoy long term clear vision without spectacles. Overseas patients are welcomed and the latest technology and techniques are used in treating and correcting most vision errors. Conditions treated include short sightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia. Services provided include extensive pre-operative examinations, LASIK, Epi- LASIK and PRK procedures to correct refractive errors, intraocular lens implantation and cataract surgery.

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Eye Care

Eye Care

Eye Exam
From S$950

Conventional LASIK

*(per eye)

(Aspheric, PRK, Wavefront/Tissue Saving, Topographic)

Prices listed exclude GST

LASIK treatments include 3 consultations, 2 refractions and free enhancements for the first 3 years
From S$1575
All Laser LASIK
*(per eye)

(Aspheric, Wavefront/Tissue Saving, Topographic)

Prices listed exclude GST

LASIK treatments include 3 consultations, 2 refractions and free enhancements for the first 3 years
From S$95
Pre-LASIK assessment
*(per visit)

Prices listed exclude GST

LASIK treatments include 3 consultations, 2 refractions and free enhancements for the first 3 years
From S$35
Standard medication

Prices listed exclude GST

LASIK treatments include 3 consultations, 2 refractions and free enhancements for the first 3 years
 
Contact Sports and Challenging Working Environments
For patients who participate in contact sports like soccer, rugby or martial arts, or who work in dynamic environments like the military, an advanced Surface Ablation technique such as PRK or EpiLASIK may be more suitable in order to reduce the risk of LASIK flap dislocation due to trauma.

Your surgeon will need to assess your vision comprehensively and discuss the risk of each surgical option with you so that you can come to an informed decision.

 
Dry Eye
Patients with significant dry eye may be offered surgical techniques that cause less dryness after surgery. These include:

An advanced Surface Ablation technique such as PRK or EpiLASIK

All-laser LASIK

Phakic Lens Implants (e.g. Implantable Contact Lens)

Your surgeon will need to assess your vision comprehensively and discuss the risk of each surgical option with you so that you can come to an informed decision.

 
Thin Cornea

Surgical treatments which reduce or obviate the removal of corneal tissue in patients with thin corneas are as follows:

An advanced Surface Ablation technique such as PRK or EpiLASIK

Tissue-saving or Topographical-guided LASIK or PRK

Phakic Lens Implants (e.g. Implantable Contact Lens)

Your surgeon will need to assess your vision comprehensively and discuss the risk of each surgical option with you so that you can come to an informed decision.

 
Irregular Corneas and Increased Higher Order Aberrations
For patients with irregular corneas, a significant amount of higher order aberrations or corneas with sub-optimal outcomes from previous LASIK procedures (e.g. off-centre ablations), Topographical- or Wavefront-guided LASIK can be offered. However, in severe cases, multiple treatments may be required to achieve optimum results.

Your surgeon will need to assess your vision comprehensively and discuss the risk of each surgical option with you so that you can come to an informed decision.

 
Hyperopia
For patients with hyperopia, the preferred option is LASIK over an advanced Surface Ablation technique such as PRK or EpiLASIK. This is because the results for LASIK are more predictable. Another option for hyperopic patients with thin corneas or dry eyes is a Phakic Lens Implants (e.g. Implantable Contact Lens).

Your surgeon will need to assess your vision comprehensively and discuss the risk of each surgical option with you so that you can come to an informed decision.

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Dr Cheng Jin Fong

Job Title:
  Ophthalmologist
Biography:
Dr Cheng graduated from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom and completed her ophthalmology training in Singapore. She has interest in general ophthalmologic problems and is a skilled cataract surgeon. She has interests in various lid diseases, tearing problems, orbital pathologies and injuries, cosmetic surgeries for sagging eyebrows and baggy upper and lower eyelids.

Dr Wong Bik Yun Inez

Job Title:
  Ophthalmologist
Biography:
Dr Inez Wong is a Consultant with the Eye Department of National University Hospital, Head of the Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Service, and Assistant Professor at the National University of Singapore. Her main interest is in paediatric ophthalmology, including management of a range of eye problems in children, such as refractive errors, amblyopia, external and anterior segment diseases, cataract, glaucoma, retinopathy of prematurity, and strabismus in both children and adults. She also maintains an interest in general ophthalmological problems in adults as well as performs adult cataract surgery.

Dr Clement Tan

Job Title:
  Ophthalmologist
Biography:
After completing his basic and advanced Ophthalmology training in Singapore, Dr Clement Tan completed a fellowship in Neuro-ophthalmology at King's College Hospital and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, under the supervision of Drs Paul Riordan-Eva and Fion Bremner. Apart from general clinical ophthalmology and general neuro-ophthalmology, he has special interests in eye movement and pupil disorders. Dr Tan runs the Neuro-ophthalmology service at the National University Hospital and receives referrals for neuro-ophthalmology from fellow ophthalmologists, neurologists and neurosurgeons. He is also significantly involved in undergraduate and postgraduate Ophthalmology education. His current research interests are the epidemiology of neuro-ophthalmic conditions and pupil function.

Dr Anna Tan

Job Title:
  Ophthalmologist
Biography:
Dr Anna Tan is a Consultant in Refractive Surgery, Corneal and External Eye Diseases, National University Hospital and an Instructor in Ophthalmology in National University of Singapore. Besides comprehensive Ophthalmology, Dr Tan is also experienced in treating cornea and external eye diseases. She is accredited to perform laser refractive surgery as well, including bladeless LASIK. Her other area of interest is in micropulse laser transscleral cyclophotocoagulation for the treatment of refractory glaucoma.

Dr Lennard Tan

Job Title:
  Ophthalmologist
Biography:
Dr Lennard Thean is a Senior Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Clinical Director for Ophthalmology at the National University Hospital (NUH) and NUH Eye and LASIK Centre @ Biopolis. Currently he is the Head of Cataract, LASIK and Refractive Laser Surgery Services, NUH. He also holds the appointment of Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and has a concurrent appointment as Clinician Scientist at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore.
Show Phone Number5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Level 17, NUH Medical Centre, Singapore, 119082Singapore