Dr. Ming Wang, renowned eye surgeon of Nashville based Wang Vision Cataract & LASIK Center, recently visited Woodbury as special guest speaker associated with the Cannon County Senior Citizens Center.
The center's program coordinator, Sheila Long, scheduled Dr. Wang's talk to ensure members and guests were afforded the best education possible concerning vision care.
Several interesting "eye care" topics were discussed by the doctor, including "Forever Young Lens", the latest in vision surgery to reverse aging and restore youthful eyesight. Additionally, the eye surgeon discussed an FDA clinical trial to treat age-related loss of near vision (presbyopia). Wang Vision Cataract & LASIK Center is one of only three centers in the country selected by the US FDA to conduct this research and clinical trial for treatment of the condition.
Attendees of the special educational seminar were afforded the prestigious opportunity to hear one of the world's foremost leading vision care physicians. They also took advantage of the unique ability to personally meet the doctor and ask him direct questions about their respective eye care concerns.
Wang is a Harvard and MIT graduate (MD, magna cum laude). He is currently known as a respected trailblazer in the field of LASIK eye surgery. He was the first in Tennessee to introduce bladeless LASIK laser vision for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and reading. He is one of only a few LASIK surgeons holding a PhD degree in laser physics and his medical accomplishments include LASIK surgery on over 55,000 patients, including more than 4,000 doctors.