A premier eye care institution in Gleneagles Hospital. We have been serving our patients since April 2007.
LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is a vision correction procedure that has gained popularity and acceptance by spectacles and contact lens-wearers.
LASIK Xtra is an add-on corneal strengthening procedure (cross-linking) that is performed during a LASIK surgery.
During this process, the surgeon removes the epithelium (the extremely thin outer layer) of the cornea using an alcohol solution, a â€œbuffingâ€ device or a blunt surgical instrument
An ICL is similar to a contact lens, except it is placed inside the eye instead of worn outside.
When the natural lens in the eye turns cloudy and causes blurring of vision, the surgeon will recommend a cataract surgery.
Medical Director and Senior Consultant
Lee Hung Ming Eye Centre ( formerly known as Parkway Eye Centre )
Prior to his current appointment, Dr Lee was formerly the Head of LASIK surgery in 2 of Singapore’s premier hospitals Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) and National University Hospital (NUH). Dr Lee made a mid-career switch from public to private service recently in May 2007 and he quipped it as a mid-life crisis decision.