Only in two days, 12th and 13th March 2015, Dr. Edmund Wong, Vice Medical Director of Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) and Dr. Laurence Lim, Senior Consultant, Vitreo-Retinal Service, SNEC, are going to directly provide their consultation and treatments to patients at Ophthalmology, FV Hospital. They are two experienced ophthalmologists in performing surgical treatment to retinal conditions at both adults and children.
The retinal conditions, including proliferative vitreoretinopathy (PVR), age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, macular disorder, (macular hole, epiretinal membrane, retinal detachment due to traction, myopic macular schisis) and typically, retinal condition in children often cause sudden vision reduction and even permanent vision loss.
The retinal conditions often develop with invisible symptoms, which just can be identified by using specialized medical equipment. Therefore, you should have eye screening at least one per year or take screening test as recommended by your doctors. Those who are elder, suffering myopic, or diabetics, children born prematurely before 34th week of pregnancy.
Early detection of retinal conditions will help patients to receive timely treatments and avoid serious complications, which may cause vision reduction and loss.
To schedule appointment, please contact Ophthalmology and Refractive Surgery, FV Hospital by calling (08) 5411 34 36 or (08) 54 11 33 33 – Ext. 2000 or schedule online.
You will have chance to raise questions regarding retinal conditions, specially, at premature born children to Dr. Laurence Lim and get answers directly from him at our conference covering topic “Advances in retinal condition treatments” and “Retinal conditions at children and treatments”.
This conference is jointly held by FV Hospital and Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) on 8:30, 14th March 2015 at Continental Saigon, No. 132-134 Dong Khoi Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1. To register for participation to this conference, please call (08) 54 11 33 33 – Ext. 1336 or mobile phone 0903 055 357.