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Why choose us for
cataract surgery,
laser eye surgery,
lens replacement surgery

Latest and proven technologies and devices
Successful insurance claim with our help


Your vision is our top priority.

Our focus is always on you as the patient. We provide the bespoke personalised care and treatment, using the best technologies and practices available to ensure your best visual outcome because you are unique and deserve this.

Majority of our patients come to us after recommendations from friends.

This is something we pride ourselves on and we could only achieve by making sure that our patients are very satisfied with the services and post surgery visual outcome. Our doctors are very patience and patients feel confident with the brand new vision without glasses.

Founded by one of the best eye surgeons.

Dr Ching’s reputation and expertise developed over the last 28 years is recognised by his patients and peers. He graduated medical school with honour in University of Sydney and was trained in Australia and UK for his specialisation before settled down in Malaysia.

Successful insurance claim and affordability.

We always successfully help our patients to claim full insurance fees for the cataract and lens replacement surgery. Our price is transparent whether a patient is a self-pay or an insured patient.

Latest technologies, practices and experienced surgeons.

Most of the surgeons have more than 20 years of working experience, and have been trained in Australia, UK, etc various Europe countries with the advanced knowledge technology.

What We Do

What is Cataract Surgery?
A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens leading…
What is Presbyopia?
It is a normal aging process that usually happens…

What is LASIK Surgery?
What is SMILE Surgery?
What is PRK Surgery?
What is ICL Surgery?

What is Blepharoplasty?
It is a type of surgery to repair droopy eyelids…

What is Dry Eye Syndrome?
It happens when your eyes don’t make enough tears to stay wet, or when your tears…

What is Allergy eye / Conjunctivitis?
When your eyes are exposed to substances like pollen or…

What is Optometry?
A regular eye exam to check your vision or update your lens prescription for glasses…


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Meet Our Founder

MyVision - Who Are We?

Who Are We?

My Vision Eye Specialists are formed by a group of famous and experienced eye doctors aka surgeons (Ophthalmologists) in Selangor. We are the experts in treating a wide range of eye issues. We are renowned for our compassion to provide an affordable top notch quality of eye care service to the public.


What is the difference between an
Ophthalmologist, Optometrist and Optician?

What is an optician?

An optician can either be a dispensing optician or an ophthalmic optician (see below "Optometrist"). Unlike an ophthalmologist or an optometrist, a dispensing optician is not qualified to test sight.

The term 'optician' is loosely used in the UK to describe an individual who deals with all things eye-care related. This includes those who work in a high street store to fit contact lenses. In the past, the opticians even made lenses. Now, this is mostly outsourced to separate manufacturers to maximise time and money.

The dictionary definition of an optician is:

'a person qualified to prescribe and dispense glasses and contact lenses, and to detect eye diseases (ophthalmic optician) or to make and supply glasses and contact lenses (dispensing optician).'

What is an ophthalmologist?

An ophthalmologist is a doctor/surgeon who has become specially trained in eye care. They identify and treat conditions or diseases that manifest in the eye through medicine and surgery.

An ophthalmologist is required to go through years of pre-medical education and medical school with medical practitioners. This is usually followed by an internship, and several more years of practical, hands-on surgical training. After this, they are certified to practice as a medical doctor officially.

The ophthalmologists also specialise in different diseases of the eye, such as strabismus, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. They may also assist in the monitoring of systemic diseases such as diabetes mellitus.

What is an Optometrist?

Optometrists are qualified eye care professionals and involved in a routine eye check. They do not prescribe eye medications and performed eye surgeries.


What You Need to Know About ICL Vision Surgery

What You Need to Know About ICL Vision Surgery

The Visian ICL is an implantable contact lens that goes inside of your eye. It is positioned between the iris (the coloured part of the eye) and the natural lens, and it is totally undetectable by you or any observers. The lens is made of a biocompatible Collamer material, and while it is designed to be permanent, it is completely removable.

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