Dr. Wong has always had a passion for health care and takes great pride in providing quality eye care for her patients. She graduated from the University of Waterloo earning both her B.Sc. in Biomedical Sciences and Doctor of Optometry Degree with Honours.
She also has a tremendous passion for travel. In her career she has been lucky enough to have combined the two passions in her life. Dr. Wong has had the opportunity to travel with ICare International and provide eye care in Chile and Peru. In this environment, she has experienced and treated all degrees of dry eye. Dry eye affects such a large population around the world and we are lucky enough have the resources to treat this, often debilitating, condition.
Dr. Wong has completed internships at Houston Eye Associates and Alberta Sports Vision. At these medical clinics, she was working side by side with cataract and glaucoma specialists. As well, gaining invaluable experience in diagnosing and treating ocular injuries. She is also highly skilled in fitting any type of prescription with contact lenses.
To keep up to date with cutting edge technology and advancements in eye care, she regularly attends continuing education with the British Columbia Association of Optometry as well as the American Academy of Optometry.
At West Coast Optical we aspire to be leaders in professional eye care, serving clients across Surrey, Langley, White Rock and Aldergrove, we will again provide:
- Quality Eye Health and Vision Examinations
- Contact Lens Fitting and evaluation
- Adult, Senior & Children Eye Examinations
- Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Diseases & Eye Emergencies
- Contact Lenses Fitting and Dispensing
- Laser eye surgery referrals and follow up
- Visual field /peripheral vision testing
- Cataract and Glaucoma Co-Management, Dry Eye Management
EYE EXAMINATION COSTS
Children under 19 years of age- No Charge with BC Medical
Adults – $100
Seniors – $45 with BC Medical
New Patients and Walk- Ins are welcome.
Seeing clearly depends on healthy eyes! Even those with 20/20 should make eye health a central part of their health care requirement. It’s important to note that numerous eye diseases do not have any symptoms and some, like glaucoma, can lead to partial vision loss or even blindness if left untreated.
Recommended Eye Health Examination by the Canadian Association of Optometrists:
Infants and toddlers (birth to 24 months) – By age 6 months
Preschool (2 to 5 years) – At age 3, and prior to entering elementary school
School age (6 to 19 years) – Annually
Adult (20 to 64 years) – Every 1 to 2 years
Older adult (65 years and older) – Annually
Children 18 and under with MSP are fully covered by their care card.