Dr. Christine Yeung
Having been near-sighted since her teenage years, Dr. Yeung has always had a special interest in one day becoming glasses-free again. When the Paragon CRT Ortho-K lenses were first FDA approved in 2002, she was one of the first to begin wearing them under research trials at the University of Waterloo Centre for Contact Lens Research. Since opening her practice at Oakville Eye Care, she has been fitting hundreds of patients with orthokeratology lenses and helping them to regain the freedom of being glasses-free. Further to that, Dr. Yeung has been able to help a number of children now in reducing their progression of myopia (nearsightedness).
Dr. Yeung graduated from the University of Waterloo in 2005 with honours status. She is an long-time member of the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control (formerly the Orthokeratology Academy of America). Outside of the clinic, Dr. Yeung is very active in the volunteering in the community. Working closely as a member of the Toronto Trillium Lions Club and Halton Region Chinese Canadian Association.
Dr. Christina Hong
Dr. Hong attended McMaster University for her undergraduate education to obtain her Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) degree and went on to obtain her Doctor of Optometry from the University of Waterloo. Dr. Hong works with patients of all ages. She has had experience providing eye care to veterans during her ocular disease rotation at the Lexington Veterans Medical Affairs clinic in Kentucky. She has also had disease-focused rotations in Mississauga and Richmond Hill including providing care with geriatric home visits and pre-and post-operative refractive and cataract surgery management. Her clinical interests include pre-and post-operative management, myopia control, and speciality contact lenses including orthokeratology and scleral lenses.
Dr. Ivy Koh
Born and raised in nearby Erin Mills, Dr. Koh has spent a number of years practicing in Vancouver, BC and enjoying the west coast lifestyle. She is happy to make a recent move back to Ontario with her husband and starting her family and being closer to her relatives. She has received the prestigious A.W.Cole Award for Clinical Excellence in her graduating year at the University of Waterloo. Her clinical interests include ocular pathology, specialty contact lens treatment and paediatric eye care.
Dr. Koh brings an exceptional level of vision care and eye health services to the Oakville Area. Grading the the top of her class from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry in 2006, she has over 9 years of clinical experience and has trained with opthalmologists sub-specializing in cornea, glaucoma and retina i the USA and Canada. She is a member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists and Canadian Coalition of Eye Care Professionals.