Do you still have to put on contacts while staying home so that you can workout without glasses? Or are you wearing your glasses for a whole day of work at home, leaving marks on your nose bridge?
If you’re considering LASIK as an option to get rid of contacts or glasses, why not speak to our friendly team to find out more on the various laser vision correction options so that you can make an informed choice.
If you are interested in refractive surgery but are unsure of what to expect or what procedure is suitable for you, join us at our LASIK forums where our doctors share the benefits and risks of the various laser vision correction techniques. Experience the freedom of clearer vision again.
Dr Eugene Tay has been practising ophthalmology since 1999 and has special interests in all aspects of refractive surgery, cataract surgery, treatment of dry eyes, contact lens problems, and allergic eye diseases.
He is one of the few eye surgeons in Singapore who is trained in ReLEx® SMILE, the bladeless and flapless laser vision correction technique. He also specialises in the management of glaucoma, retinal diseases, general ophthalmology and oculoplastic (eye bag and eyelid) surgery.
Dr Marc Tay has been practising ophthalmology for 25 years and has been doing laser refractive surgery for the past 20 years. With a special interest in laser vision correction, Dr Marc Tay founded the Laser Vision Centre at Singapore National Eye Centre when the technology was first introduced in Singapore.
Dr Marc Tay specialises in all types of Laser Refractive Surgery including ReLEx® SMILE and monovision LASIK for the correction of presbyopia. He is also highly experienced in cataract surgery and the management of other eye conditions like dry eyes, eye infections, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and age-related macular degeneration.
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