EyeWise Vision Clinic

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EyeWise Vision Clinic

Your Vision Is Our Vision

Support your vision for a clearer future

Led by Dr Christopher Khng, EyeWise Vision Clinic is an eye clinic that offers various treatment options to address a range of minor and complex eye conditions. Our consultation and treatment services cater to both minor and complex eye and vision health issues, with a focus on Complex Cataracts and Anterior Segment Reconstruction Surgery.

Eye Specialist Services

Individuals facing eye and vision complications are advised to seek professional consultation for appropriate treatment options. Here are a range of services offered to address various eye health and vision care needs, including:

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From simple to complex cataract cases, eye care specialists will ensure you have the treatment you need when you visit the eye care clinic.

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Eye injuries require immediate medical attention. Get the care you need from an eye care clinic in Singapore.

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Seeking immediate treatment from an eye specialist in Singapore after a sports-related eye injury is crucial for a proper and effective recovery.

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If your vision is beginning to deteriorate as you age, seeking the advice of an eye clinic can help with the diagnosis and management of presbyopia.

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Are you showing possible symptoms of glaucoma? Visit an eye care clinic and have an experienced eye specialist conduct a comprehensive assessment.

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Patients with diabetes are at an increased risk of diabetic retinopathy, a complication in the eyes. Get yourself checked through diabetic eye screening at an eye specialist clinic.

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The sudden appearance of floaters may indicate serious issues in your eyes, like retinal tears or detachment. Make sure to get your eyes examined by a certified eye specialist in Singapore for diagnosis and proper care.

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An eye care clinic can conduct comprehensive visual screening tests for children.

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If your child is showing signs of vision impairment, eye specialists in Singapore can help them get the corrective lenses they need.

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If you’re experiencing eye discomfort, redness, or blurring of vision, an eye specialist can explore the various diagnosis and treatment options.

Meet Dr Christopher Khng

  • Educational Background: Initiated at Aberdeen University, Scotland; attained MBBS from the National University of Singapore (NUS).
  • Professional Experience: Served as a Registrar and Associate Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC); consultancy role at The Eye Institute, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore.
  • Specialisations:
    • Complex Cataract Surgery
    • Anterior Segment Reconstruction Surgery
    • Iris Reconstruction
    • Surgery for Aniridia
  • Skills and Techniques:
    • Complex Lens Surgery
    • New Lens and Phacoemulsification Technologies
    • Small-incision, topical anaesthesia phacoemulsification cataract surgery
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Dr Christopher Khng

MBBS, M.Med(Ophth), FRCS(Edin), AMS(Ophth 2003) Consultant Ophthalmologist

Find Our Eye Clinic At Gleneagles Medical Centre

EyeWise Vision Clinic, located in Orchard, is part of the Gleneagles Medical Centre (6 Napier Road, #06-04), known for its quality medical services. As an eye specialist clinic, care is provided for a range of eye conditions, including complex cataracts and sports-related eye injuries, ensuring patients receive targeted treatments such as cataract eye surgery and glaucoma treatment. With a strategic location and connection to major MRT lines, like the North-South and Thomson-East Coast MRT lines, convenience is offered to individuals seeking proper eye care in Singapore.

Send an Enquiry

Speak to our friendly team.

enquiry@eyewisevision.com.sg

Visit us

6 Napier Road, #06-04 Gleneagles Medical Centre, (S)258499

Get in touch

Mon-Fri from 9am to 5pm.

+65 6476 1211

Eye Care FAQs

Some symptoms of severe eye conditions include:

  • Blurry or distorted vision: When caused by age-related macular degeneration, this can result in vision loss.
  • Cloudy vision: This can stem from conditions including eye tumours and cataracts.
  • Loss of peripheral vision: This can be indicative of glaucoma.
  • Eye discomfort, itchiness or tearing
  • Floaters or flashers: This can be a manifestation of retinal detachment.

Proper and early detection and treatment are crucial in preserving your vision. If you experience any of these symptoms, visit an eye specialist clinic promptly for advice.

You may have something serious with your eyes, such as acute glaucoma or a corneal ulcer. Seek immediate eye care. If you are experiencing an eye emergency, please contact an eye care clinic as soon as possible.

Consulting an eye specialist does not necessarily require a GP referral. In most cases, individuals can directly schedule an appointment for comprehensive eye examinations and specialised care. However, for patients under specific health insurance plans that may require a referral for specialist consultations, it is advisable to check with your provider.

Maintain Your Vision Health

Let our team and doctor give your eyes new light.