“Our first and foremost aim is to ensure the best possible functional vision and outcomes after eye surgery”
Dr. Wong received his Doctorate of Medicine from Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine. He completed his transitional medicine internship at Bryn Mawr Hospital. Then he went on to receive his specialized training in ophthalmology through completing an ophthalmology residency at Georgetown University, Center for Sight. He then became a vitreoretinal fellow at The Center for Retina and Vitreous Surgery. Dr. Wong also teaches at the University of Maryland, Retina Service, and John Hopkins University, Wilmer Eye Institute.
He treats patients for an array of eye conditions such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment, flashes and floaters, macular holes, retinal vascular occlusions, intra-vitreal injections, and many other eye diseases.
When not in the office Dr. Wong enjoys and spending time with his wife and five children, playing competitive tennis, He also has a black belt in Thai Kick Boxing.