|About Dr. Ming Wang|
|Harvard & MIT
(MD, magna cum laude);
PhD (laser physics)
- Harvard & MIT (MD, magna cum laude); PhD (laser physics)
- Over 55,000 LASIK and cataract procedures (including on over 4,000 doctors)
- The FIRST center in TN to offer laser cataract surgery
- Introduced bladeless all-laser LASIK to the state
- Implanted the state's first Forever Young lens
- The first surgeon in the US to perform a new Intacs surgery to treat keratoconus
- Helped patients from 40 states and 55 countries
- International referral center for cataract surgery and LASIK complications
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Wang Vision 3D Cataract and LASIK Center, Nashville, Tennessee
- "Dysfunctional Lens Replacement (DLR)" - article in Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today
- "TN’s First Cross-Linking for Keratoconus", Tennessee Health & Wellness Magazine, March 2013.
- "Cross-Linking to Stabilize Keratoconus", by Cindy Sanders, in Nashville Medical News, March 2013.
- "The Story of the Amniotic Membrane Contact Lens", by Dr Ming Wang, May 2012.
- "The world’s first Implantable Contact Lens procedure using the new smart eye surgery technology". April 18, 2012
- "Dr. Ming Wang restores Charlie Daniels' eyesight", WKRN, April 2012.
- "Wang Debuts LenSx Laser Cataract Surgery in Tennessee", Nashville Medical News Thursday, February 9, 2012
- "Lasers let cataract set ditch glasses, too", by Tom Wilemon, The Tennessean, Dec 2011.
- "Cataract surgery takes technological leaps", Tenneessee GCA News, Nashville, TN, Dec. 2011.
- "3D image-guided high-definition LASIK – new microsurgical technology makes worldwide debut in Nashville", Written by Cindy Sanders, Nashville Medical News (August 2011).
- "The Tennessean report: world's first 3D LASIK performed", Written by Tom Wilemon | The Tennessean (June 2011).
- "Presbyopia surgery to reduce reading glasses need", Nashville, TN The Tennessean, 12/14/09, reported by Christina Sanchez, staff writer.
- "New techniques heal vision after botched LASIK surgery", by Bonna Johnson, the Tennessean, November 24, 2008. This article talks about some new techniques that Dr. Wang has at Wang Vision 3D Cataract and LASIK Center to fix referred-in botched LASIK complications.
- "The first major textbook about a major LASIK complication premieres", by Alanna J. Napier, November 1, 2007.
- "An alternative to Obamacare?", Dr Ming Wang, an editorial in the Tennessean on 12/26/14.
- "A Year of The Horse Wish", Dr Ming Wang,The Tennessean, Jan 30, 2014
- “Helping poor has simple solution” (Dr. Wang’s Tennessean editorial), Dec 2013.
- "Immigrant entrepreneurs unite for common good", Thursday, Sep 26, 2013, Tennessean
- "Pominent Doctor Says Faith and Science Can Work Together", The College Fix, by Dr Ming Wang, July 22, 2013
- "International outlook Go east, young ophthalmologist by Matt Young EyeWorld Contributing Editor", July 2012
- "The impact of poetry to modern China – Ming Wang, MD, PhD", Ming Wang interview, August 13, 2011.
- “Nonprofit foundation gives poor the gift of sight” – Tennessean article “Tennessee Voice”, TENNESSEE VOICES, Tennessean.com, 12/23/11
- "Poetry and medicine" - an interview by Richard Nelson with Dr. Ming Wang, 8/13/11
- "Music and Medicine", Business Leader, August 2011.
- "I am over 40 years of age. What options do I have to improve my sight?", by Ming Wang, MD, PhD, www.tnhealthandwellness.com.
- "A nation of immigrants respects other cultures", by Ming Wang, MD, PhD, published in Tennessean, March 2011.
- "The Dancing Doctor", November/Decemeber 2010, by Nashville Christian Family.
- "My Great American Question", by Ming Wang, MD, PhD
- "China holds lesson for U.S. health care", Tennessee Voices, by Ming Wang, M.D. Published in the Tennessean, 10/18/10.
- "An effective and often overlooked measure to lessen our healthcare financial burden", By Dr Ming Wang, October 2010.
- "Medical coverage for seniors should not be taken away", by Dr Ming Wang, October 2010.
- "Dr. Ming Wang offers five book suggestions and invitation to the 2010 EyeBall", by examinor.com Nashville, Aug 2010.
- "God Has Created This World, and It Is Without Contradictions" --- a personal testimony as a scientist and as a Christian, By Dr Ming Wang, Jan 2010
- "Social media sorely lack the element of dependability", By Dr. Ming Wang, Tennessean, Jan 2010
- "Chinese Healthcare Trade Mission Strengthens Lines of Communication", By CINDY SANDERS, Nashville Medical News, Jan 2010
- "If heaven made him, earth can find some use for him"
- "Big Decisions, Part 3: Combining Academics and Private Practice", by Kimberly Day, American Academy of Ophthalmology Member Communication, Young Ophthalmologists, May 2009. This article talks about Dr. Wang and his career.
- "Big Decisions, Part 2: Private Practice or Academics?", by Kimberly Day, American Academy of Ophthalmology Member Communication, Young Ophthalmologists, April 2009. This article talks about Dr. Wang and his career.
- "Solving foreign trade imbalance is key to U.S. economic woes ", Nashville Business Journal by Dr. Ming Wang Nov. 2008.
- "Stakes run high for Beijing Games", The Tennessean, Dr wang, August 2008.
- "This Downturn Should Ring Alarm", by Dr. Ming Wang, the Tennessean, October. 19, 2008. This article talks about the underlying cause of US economic recession.
- "The world is what you make of it", An interview with Ming Wang, MD, PhD--a world-class LASIK surgeon, researcher, philanthropist, musician and ballroom dancer--and his struggles growing up during the Cultural Revolution in China.
- Of Eyes and Elegance - Scenes from Nashville Starz - Nashville eye surgeon Dr. Ming Wang leads a new wave of interest in classical ballroom dancing
- Dancing with the Eyes (brief version with cover picture, 03-31-08)
- Dancing with the Eyes (long version, 03-21-08)
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