Best standard of care
Patient centered care
Evidence based care
Every patient is different. Dr Kong strives to provide each patient with the best and the most appropriate treatment by understanding the needs of each patient. Dr Kong provides comprehensive ophthalmic care including treatment of glaucoma, cataract, monitoring of diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, treatment of dry eye syndromes.
Dr Kong received comprehensive ophthalmology training and glaucoma subspecialist training in Melbourne Australia and prestigious fellowship in Cambridge UK on complex cataract and glaucoma surgery. He applies the best international standard of medical and surgical care to all his patients. This includes the use of minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) when appropriate.
Dr Kong believes the best care for patients can only be achieved if treatment is based on strong clinical evidence. Dr Kong continues to strive for best patient outcomes through research and critical assessment of medical evidence.
Hello, I'm Dr George Kong
Dr George Kong is a comprehensive ophthalmologist and Glaucoma subspecialist with particular experience in complex glaucoma and cataract surgeries. He is also experienced in performing novel minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS). Dr Kong has a special interest in glaucoma caused by angle closure and inflammatory eye diseases that are not amenable to treatment using MIGS.
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Most recent publications
Yan MK, Kumar H, Kerr N, Medeiros FA, Sandhu SS, Crowston JG, Kong YXG. Transnational review of visual standards for driving: How Australia compares with the rest of the world. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology 2019.
Zehavi-Dorin T, Heinecke E, Nadkarni S, Green C, Chen C, Kong YXG. Bilateral consecutive Xen gel stent surgery during pregnancy for uncontrolled early-onset primary open angle glaucoma. American Journal of Ophthalmology Case Reports 15 (2019).
Kong YXG, Gibbins A, Brooks A. Glaucoma in perspective. The Medical Journal of Australia 210(4) February 2019.
Osborne A, Khatib T, Songra L, Barber A, Hall K, Kong YXG, Widdowson P, Martin KR. Neuroprotection of Retinal Ganglion Cells by a Novel Gene Therapy Construct that Achieves Sustained Enhancement of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor/Tropomyosin-Related Kinase Receptor-B Signalling. Cell Death & Disease 2018 Sep 26;9(10):1007.
Kong YXG, Visual field testing in the era of portable consumer technology, Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology May 2018
Prea SM, Kong YXG, Mehta A, He MG, Crowston JG, Gupta V, Martin KR, Vingrys AJ. Six-month longitudinal comparison of a portable tablet perimeter with the Humphrey Field Analyser. American Journal of Ophthalmology Mar 2018
Anderson AJ, Bedggood PA, Martin KR, Kong YXG, Vingrys AJ. Can home monitoring allow earlier detection of rapid visual field progression in glaucoma? Ophthalmology Jun 2017
Nesaratnam N, Thomas P, Kirollos R, Vingrys AJ, Kong YXG, Martin KR. Tablets at the Bedside: iPad-based Visual Field Test used in the diagnosis of Intrasellar Haemangiopericytoma. BMC Ophthalmology April 2017
Kwon HJ, Kong YXG, Tao LW, Lim LL, Martin KR, Green C, Ruddle J, Crowston JG. Surgical Outcomes of Trabeculectomy and Glaucoma Drainage Implant for Uveitic Glaucoma and Relationship with Uveitis Activity. Clin Experiment Ophthalmol. 2017 Jan
Kong YXG, He MG, Crowston JG, Vingrys AJ. A comparison of perimetric results from a tablet perimeter and Humphrey Field Analyzer in glaucoma patients. Translational Vision Science & Technology 2016 Nov 3;5(6):2. 2016.
Kong YXG, O’Neill E, Pandav S, Crowston JG, Coote M. Understanding Glaucoma Optic Nerve Assessment through Systemic Observation: The GONE (glaucomatous optic neuropathy evaluation) project. South African Journal of Ophthalmology Nov 2016.
Zamir E, Kong YXG, Kowalski T, Coote M, Ang GS. A novel method of quantitative anterior chamber depth estimation using temporal perpendicular digital photography. Translational vision science & technology Jul 29;5(4):10. 2016.
Vingrys AJ, Healey JK, Liew S, Saharinen V, Tran M, Wu W, Kong YXG. Clinical validation of a tablet perimeter. Translational vision science & technology 2016 Jul; 5(4): 3.
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