Dr Wilson Wong Jun Jie is a Consultant Ophthalmologist & Vitreoretinal Surgeon. He received his undergraduate medical education in Crimea State Medical University, Ukraine. This was followed by his postgraduate training in Tun Hussein Onn National Eye Hospital, Malaysia and was admitted as a Fellow of The Royal College of Ophthalmologists, United Kingdom. Inspired by the complexities and intricacies of the retina, he furthered his training in the field of Vitreoretinal Surgery at Flinders Medical Centre and The Royal Adelaide Hospital in Australia.
His professional memberships include the Malaysian Society of Ophthalmology, American Society of Retinal Specialists, European Vitreoretinal Society, European Society of Retinal Specialists and the Refractive Surgery Alliance Society.
He utilizes the latest technological advances in modern medicine and draws on extensive surgical experience to treat a range of conditions, that include (but are not limited to):
Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two fur-babies.
Languages spoken: English, Malay, Cantonese and Russian
A cataract is clouding of the lens in your eye. This is usually due to old age but can also occur due to trauma, diabetes, or due to medications.
Cataract surgery is done when the lens in your eye has become cloudy making it difficult for you to see well enough to carry out your usual daily activities. If the cataract is not removed, your vision may stay the same, but it will probably gradually get worse. Waiting for a longer period of time may make the operation more difficult. If you are considering surgery, please let the doctor know if you are taking the following medications: Flomax (Tamsulosin), Doxazosin, Asprin, or any blood thinning drugs like Warfarin, Plavix or Ticlid (Dipyradimole). These medications may need to be stopped before surgery.
You can listen to Dr Fong talking about cataract surgery.
The purpose of the operation is to replace the cataract with a plastic lens (implant) inside your eye. This usually done under local anesthesia. With a local anaesthetic you will be awake during the operation. You will not be able to see what is happening, but you will be aware of a bright light...Read More
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