About Our Facility
Wang Vision Institute is a premier practice that specializes in comprehensive eye care and advanced treatment for glaucoma, cataracts, and refractive issues. Our modern eye center in Nashville, TN, resides on the 11th floor of the 1801 West End building. Patients who visit our office will have access to safe and easy garage parking with a covered walkway to the building. When you step into our office, you will have your choice of seating. Our windowed waiting area features a gorgeous view of the city of Nashville, which you can enjoy as you sit back on one of our comfortable chairs or couches. In our reception room, we offer complimentary snacks, coffee, and soft drinks — so please help yourself during your wait.
ABOUT OUR PROCEDURES
At Wang Vision Institute, Dr. Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT (MD); PhD (laser physics) and our team utilize the newest technology available in the medical industry. We were the first center in the state to perform SMILE — a small-incision LASIK procedure. Thanks to the safety and effectiveness of our lasers, we are able to complete a range of procedures here at our facility, including LASIK, SMILE, laser floater removal, corneal cross-linking, Intacs corneal implants, and PTK. Our practice's incorporation of innovative lasers allows Dr. Ming Wang to perform a number of treatments conveniently at our home office.
Other procedures, such as ICL (Implantable contact lens), Forever Young lens surgery, and laser cataract surgeries, are performed at Eye Surgery Center of Middle Tennessee in Nashville, TN.
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