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Dr Claudine Pang graduated with a Double Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) with Distinction and Gold Medal from the National University of Singapore in 2004. She completed 6 years of ophthalmology training at the Singapore National Eye Centre, during which she received her post-graduate degrees in Ophthalmology including the Membership to the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh (MRCSEd), Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh (FRCSEd) and Fellowship of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore (FAMS); and specialist accreditation in Ophthalmology with the Ministry of Health.

Dr Pang received extensive overseas training in the subspecialty fields of both Medical Retina and Vitreo-retinal Surgery. She completed an 18-month fellowship at the renowned Vitreous-Retina-Macula Consultants of New York, Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital, New York, where she trained under the mentorship of Dr Lawrence Yannuzzi, a highly respected pioneer in the ophthalmic-retinal community. 

Following, Dr Pang was the first and only female in the world to receive the highly coveted 1-year William H Ross Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Dr Pang also trained under Professor Graham Holder at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, United Kingdom for electrophysiology and inherited retinal diseases.

Dr Pang has more than 15 years of ophthalmology experience and in addition to cataract surgery and glaucoma, her fortes include retinal detachment surgery, macular surgery, myopia diseases, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vascular diseases, age-related macular degeneration, polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy, central serous chorioretinopathy, inflammatory retinopathies and inherited retinal diseases. Dr Pang is a firm believer in eye wellness which embodies treatment of dry eyes symptoms and preventative eye care. 

Dr Pang has a keen interest in research and has more than 30 publications in leading international ophthalmology journals. She has been an invited speaker at numerous local and international conferences including in Rome and Milan. She also contributed multiple chapters to the second edition of the award-winning Retinal Atlas. 

Outside of work, Dr Pang is Mother to 2 adorable kids and spends almost all her time away from work with them. Her hobbies include dancing, baking and golfing. 

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12 Oct 2018
A thoughtful and well spoken doctor. Took time and care to understand my situation. Always a wonderful sight. Pun intended. Staff are warm and welcoming.
Treatment Cost : $700
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30 Sep 2018
I have known her since June last year 2017. She helped me with multiple problems with my eye and very sharp at diagnosis of problems. She offers solutions that are great and works very well in recovery. If you have an eye problem go see her and you will be amazed at how she manages your condition. ...
Treatment Cost : $300
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30 Aug 2018
When I first approached Dr Pang, my right eye was in bad shape - my vision was very hazy and it was deteriorating fast. Luckily, Dr Pang quickly made an accurate diagnosis with her experience and the help of the various state-of-the art equipment that she had on site at the clinic. As it's relative...
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24 Aug 2018
Dr Pang did cataract removal surgery for me. Considering i am relatively young for a cataract patient for my age (34yo), Dr Pang patiently examined and explained to me what are my possible options then and what she had recommended that best suit my lifestyle. Of course, I went ahead...
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14 Aug 2018
I saw Dr Pang because I experienced blurred vision in both eyes. Dr Pang was careful in making a diagnosis, and was attentive to my needs throughout the treatment and my healing process. This helped me feel more confident that I would recover. She also has a gentle and steady manner which is very r...
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ASK DR CLAUDINE PANG: CATARACT SURGERY

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Cataract surgery is the most common surgery that Singaporeans encounter in our adult life due to ageing. Surgery is usually advised when the poor vision caused by cataracts cannot be corrected with glasses and interferes with one's daily activities. 

Join Dr Claudine Pang, as she hosts a QnA session where she answers all your burning questions on cataract surgery. 

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5 EASY WAYS TO ELIMINATE DRY EYES, AS TOLD BY AN EYE SPECIALIST (EYEDROPS ISN’T ON THE LIST)

5 Easy Ways To Eliminate Dry Eyes, As Told By An Eye Specialist (Eyedrops Isn’t On The List) undefined

Almost everyone will experience dry eyes at some point in their lives. Be it after LASiK surgery, after staring at your computer for too long, or after prolonged exposure to winds in cold weathered countries.

We’ve all had that stinging, biting, gritty sensation in our eyes that rather ironically, brings about sudden, excessive and annoying tearing. Our eyes start to well up, and soon enough, our vision blurs.

Eyedrops! We know that’ll do the trick! Unfortunately, for many of us, eyedrops are just a temporary solution and more often than not, putting in the drops consistently can be a mean feat.

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7 MOST COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS AMONGST SINGAPOREANS ABOUT CATARACTS

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Our grandparents had it, some of our parents had it...cataract surgery is the most common eye procedure amongst the older generation. Almost everyone will develop a cataract with age - it’s just a matter of time!

Despite it's prevalence, I've come to realise that many of my patients still have a poor understanding of cataracts.

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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO CATARACT SURGERY IN SINGAPORE (2018)

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Cataract surgery is the most common surgery that Singaporeans encounter in our adult life. In general, as we age, we will all develop cataracts. This guide explains your all treatment options for cataracts in Singapore.

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Dear Chee Meng, The truth is that cataract surgery does bring about greater spectacle independence, however does not negate the need for glasses completely. It would be an unrealistic expectation to want to be completely spectacle free (that is likened to wishing for the eyes of...
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Dear Helen, Poor night vision can be brought about by either cataracts or retinal problems! If you have not already seen an eye doctor, you should see one to get checked for whether any cataract or retinal condition is present. A useful clue would be ask if any of your family me...
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Dear Estee, Yes you will still be able to have cataract surgery after LASIK. The procedure requires more detailed measurements and calculations of your eye, which your experienced cataract surgeon should be able to perform. What is important is that the eye clinic you visit has ...
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Dear Richie, After cataract surgery, your vision can get cloudy again - this is because the intraocular lens that was implanted in your eye could get 'cloudy' or 'dirty' with time. This happens because our body's cells may proliferate and 'grow' on the intraocular lens to make i...
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Dear Imran, The occurrence of abnormally large floaters after cataract surgery can be a sign of a complication of the surgery such as excessive inflammation, residual cataract left behind or retinal tears/detachment. These complications are uncommon and a thorough eye examinatio...
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Dear Ashley, Of course cataract surgery can correct your astigmatism! Nowadays with the advent of technologically advanced toric intraocular lens implants, I always take the opportunity to correct all my patients' astigmatism during cataract surgery. Not only do I correct ast...
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Dear Xie Jing Hu, A cataract surgery should only be performed if the patient's quality of vision is troubled significantly by the cataract to warrant a surgery. Because every surgery its risks, no matter how small or minute the risks may be, therefore the decision to undertake s...
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Dear Jonathan, After cataract surgery, the most important tips are: 1. Remember to instill post-surgery eyedrops consistently and regularly as prescribed. 2. Prevent any 'dirty' or contaminated water from entering the eye (for example, swimming pool water). 3. Avoid dusty or 'smoky' places o...
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Hi Revee, The most common causes of cataracts are: Age – We will all develop a cataract when we get older. It’s a matter of how severe the cataract is and whether our vision is impaired by it, that determines whether or not we need surgery. Excessive sunl...
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Hi Justina, Cataract surgery is not always an elective procedure. Occasionally, a cataract may progress very rapidly to cause severe visual impairment, as well as acute glaucoma. In these situations, the cataract needs to be removed urgently. In most other cases, cataract sur...
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Dear Ishak, That brown spot in the white part of your eye is known as 'primary conjunctival melanosis' which is a collection of melanocytes, similar to what forms a mole on your skin. Most of the time it is harmless, except for its disturbing appearance. We like to follow up...
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