Dr. Wang Conducts Vision Health Seminar At CCSC

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Members and guests of the Cannon County Senior Center were recently “focused” on guest speaker, Dr. Ming Wang of Nashville’s Wang Vision Cataract & LASIK Center, as he explained the latest procedures and techniques associated with vision care.
Renowned eye surgeon, Dr. Ming Wang of Nashville based Wang Vision Cataract & LASIK Center, recently visited Woodbury as guest speaker at the Cannon County Senior Center.

Members and guests of the facility participated in a very unique and informative seminar concerning eye care and choices related to the most updated corrective vision surgery procedures.  

Attendees were afforded the prestigious opportunity to hear one of the world’s foremost leading vision care physicians, along with the unique ability to personally meet Dr. Wang and ask him direct questions about their individual eye care concerns.  The center’s program manager, Jacque Head coordinated this special lecture in efforts to ensure members of the center are afforded the very best education possible concerning vision health care for the 50+ age group.

Dr. Wang spoke on several interesting topics, including “Forever Young Lens”, the latest in vision surgeries 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 in treating presbyopia. Participants must be between the age of 50–60 and never had vision corrective surgery before.  Individuals interested in determining their eligibility should contact the Wang Vision Cataract & LASIK Center in Nashville (615-321-8881).  

Dr. Wang also described the very latest surgical techniques using 3D surgical technology.  In fact, he recently became the first surgeon in the world to perform a 3D LASIK procedure at his Nashville facility.  Shortly afterwards, he used the same 3D technology to perform cataract surgery.
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