Dr E-Shawn Goh undefined

Dr E-Shawn Goh

MBBS, MRCOphth, MMed, FRCOphth, FRCS, FAMS

EAGLE EYE CENTRE PTE LTD (EEC)

MOUNT ALVERNIA HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTRE D
820 THOMSON ROAD
#06 - 57/58/59/60/61/62 Singapore 574623

Get Quote Whatsapp LIVE CHAT ADD A REVIEW
4.6K
Profile views
37
Followers
145
Expert answers
108.9K
Answer views

About Dr E-Shawn Goh

1. Specialty/Sub-Specialty/Area of Medicine

Ophthalmology

 

2. Services

Oculoplastics, Orbit, and Lacrimal Services

  • Treatments regarding General Ophthalmic Conditions
  • Oculo-Facial Surgery
  • Treatments concerning Facial and Peri-ocular Ageing Changes
  • Advisory Services on Therapeutic Options
    • Neuro-Modulators
    • Skin Resurfacing
    • Temporary/Semi-Permanent Soft-Tissue Augmentation

 

3. Experience

Dr. Goh is currently serving as the Director of Oculoplastics, Orbit and Lacrimal Services at Eagle Eye Centre with an array of special interests in Oculofacial Plastic Surgery, Orbit, Lacrimal, and Cataract Surgery.

Prior to this, Dr. Goh has had experience as an ophthalmic plastic surgeon in the Department of Ophthalmology, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, and the National Healthcare Group Eye Institute.

 

4. Awards and Achievements

  • Ministry of Health Scholarship in 2006

 

5. Publications

 

6. More Information

 

Education

  • MBBS
  • MRCOphth
  • MMed
  • FRCOphth
  • FRCS
  • FAMS

Knows About

Treatments Offered

Sort by:
-
Not the review you're looking for? Browse other reviews tagged Eye Health or ask your own question now FOR FREE.
Can You Go For LASIK If You Are Pregnant? Singaporean Ophthalmologists Explain Why It's Better To Wait
Can You Go For LASIK If You Are Pregnant? Singaporean Ophthalmologists Explain Why It's Better To Wait

While LASIK is a fairly fast and straightforward procedure, many women wonder if it's advisable to do it during or after pregnancy. 

Experienced ophthalmologists and gynaecologists on the DxD platform shared their professional advice with a DxD reader who had just given birth. She intends to breastfeed and wanted to find out when's the best time to go for LASIK

Here's what they had to say. 

564 views 14 Jan 2019
Poor Contact Lens Hygiene Is The Most Common Cause Of Corneal Ulcers; An Ophthalmologist Explains Your Treatment Options
Poor Contact Lens Hygiene Is The Most Common Cause Of Corneal Ulcers; An Ophthalmologist Explains Your Treatment Options

When the word ulcer is mentioned, you'd probably think that it refers to the type that's found in our mouths. However, did you know that there are other types of ulcers you should be wary of?

A corneal ulcer is an erosion or an open sore on the surface of the cornea. A DoctorxDentist reader wanted to find out if corneal ulcers heal by themselves, and the best course of treatment for this condition. 

Dr E-Shawn Goh, an experienced ophthalmologist shares his professional advice. 

629 views 4 Jan 2019
Not the question you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged Eye Health or ask your own question now FOR FREE.
I would recommend removing it safely and expediently. You may try to irrigate the fragment out with normal saline, or tap water if that is handy. If you still fail to remove the fragment, then consider a review by your attending Ophthalmologist who will assist with this. V...
26 Nov 2019
This is highly dependent on the density of the scar , and the location of the scar tissue. With that said, you should consult your attending Lasik surgeon to discuss your options. Faint and peripherally located scars are extremely amenable to surgery. In fact, generally h...
26 Nov 2019
Post-cataract refractive error is increasingly uncommon nowadays as our lens formulae and surgical reproducibility improve. However, some refractive surprises do occur. Discuss your options in detail with your attending ophthalmologist, as the usual options to discuss incl...
26 Nov 2019
New, or adult-onset growths on the sclera is highly unusual . The most common scenario is that of growth in the overlying layers, i.e. the conjunctiva or subtenons tissue (which lie above the sclera). Conjunctival growths may be benign or malignant. The most common of whi...
26 Nov 2019
Ptosis is abnormally drooping positioned upper eyelid. It is also called as blepharoptosis. It can decrease or even cover the vision completely in some cases [1] [2] . This is due to abnormalities in [3] : muscle function, muscle structure, nerve function or ana...
26 Nov 2019
The short answer is "no". Fortunately, epicanthoplasty only serves to reduce the broad fold of skin between the eyes that is commonly seen in individuals of Asian ethnicity. This is an exceedingly popular procedure in Korea, Japan, and recently in Singapore too. In fact, it ...
15 Nov 2019
Anti-glare lenses are commonly used by patients who are sensitive to glare. They may be used by individuals if they find that using anti-glare lenses improves their comfort whilst working for long periods of time on devices with screens , such as a smartphone, computer, television ...
15 Nov 2019
Do consider seeing your attending Ophthalmologist to exclude medical conditions including newly diagnosed diabetes mellitus, early onset cataracts, or accommodative spasm. All of which may benefit from treatment.
15 Nov 2019
It's important to exclude a secondary cause for blepharochalasis, including blepharochalasis syndrome (intermittent swelling, thinning and wrinkling of the upper lid skin). You should see your attending Ophthalmologist who can perform some blood tests (including Complement factor 3,...
15 Nov 2019
An eye freckle is also known as nevus or iris freckle. In fact, there are many different types of freckles that can occur on different part of the eye. Majority of the time, these freckles are usually harmless. Despite that, it is important that it is monitored by a doctor. This is ...
15 Nov 2019
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... Next
Not the question you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged Eye Health or ask your own question now FOR FREE.
An eye freckle is also known as nevus or iris freckle. In fact, there are many different types of freckles that can occur on different part of the eye. Majority of the time, these freckles are usually harmless. Despite that, it is important that it is monitored by a doctor. This is ...
15 Nov 2019
The image isn't clear on whether the pigmented lesion is on the conjunctiva(appears as a brown spot) or the sclera side. Removal of lesion is usually not recommended for benign-appearing lesions that do not change in size or appearance. Do consult by attending your Ophthalmologist...
17 Sep 2019
There are many causes of recurrent subconjunctival hemorrhages, and most of them relate to raised intra-thoracic pressure, or local trauma. Common causes include simple eye rubbing due to dry or itchy eyes, use of topical eye drops like corticosteroids have also been known to mak...
13 Mar 2019
Conservative treatment options including warm compresses and topical anti-inflammatories, as well as intralesional triamcinolone are thought to be effective options. Intralesional Triamcinolone is an effective treatment option for primary chalazia that is uncomplicated, and where...
15 Feb 2019
Not the review you're looking for? Browse other reviews tagged Eye Health or ask your own question now FOR FREE.
Dr E-Shawn Goh PATIENT REVIEWS
No Reviews yet ADD A REVIEW

Read more about DoctorxDentist's review and editorial policy here.

Consult Doctors. FREE.
Real Doctors, Expert Answers
Connect with Facebook Connect with Google For Doctors
By creating an account, you are indicating that you have read and accepted the DoctorxDentist Terms of Use.
Consult Doctors. FREE.
Real Doctors, Expert Answers
By creating an account, you are indicating that you have read and accepted the DoctorxDentist Terms of Use.
Registration Progress
Step 1: Indicate Topics of Interests
Step 2: Follow Relevant Doctors
Complete!
What are your interests?
Please select at least 3 interests.
NEXT
NEXT
Registration Progress
Step 1: Indicate Topics of doctors
Step 2: Follow Relevant Doctors
Complete!
Follow your favourite doctors
We found some doctors you may like. Click continue to follow them.
CONTINUE
CONTINUE
Consult Doctors. FREE.
Real Doctors, Expert Answers
Continue with Facebook Continue with Google

or

Disclaimer: Any answers provided are for general informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor immediately. Always seek the advice of your doctor before starting or changing treatment.

Continue with Facebook Continue with Google

Disclaimer: Any answers provided are for general informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor immediately. Always seek the advice of your doctor before starting or changing treatment.

YOUR QUESTION HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY SUBMITTED.

YOUR QUESTION

HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY

SUBMITTED.

YOUR ANSWER HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY SUBMITTED.

YOUR ANSWER

HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY

SUBMITTED.

YOUR QUOTE REQUEST HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY SUBMITTED.

OUR DOCTORS WILL GET BACK TO YOU SHORTLY!

YOUR QUOTE REQUEST

HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY

SUBMITTED.

OUR DOCTORS WILL GET

BACK TO YOU SHORTLY!

YOUR THREAD HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY CREATED.

HEAD OVER TO FORUM PAGE NOW

TO JOIN THE DISCUSSION

YOUR THREAD

HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY

CREATED.

HEAD OVER TO THE FORUM PAGE NOW

TO JOIN THE DISCUSSION!

YOUR REVIEW HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY SUBMITTED.

THANK YOU.

YOUR REVIEW

HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY

SUBMITTED.

THANK YOU.

YOUR EMAIL HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY SUBSCRIBED.

THANK YOU.

YOUR EMAIL

HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY

SUBSCRIBED.

THANK YOU.

YOUR CONSULTATION HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY SUBMITTED.

OUR DOCTORS WILL

GET BACK TO YOU SHORTLY.

YOUR CONSULTATION

HAS BEEN

SUCCESSFULLY

SUBMITTED.

OUR DOCTORS

WILL GET

TO YOU

SHORTLY.

MESSAGES TO