2019 World Diabetes Day – Public Forum

16 November 2019, Saturday

HILTON HOTEL : Vista 1, Room 3

581 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238883




Diabetes & Your Ageing Eye — by Dr Stephen Teoh
● 2.25 pm | Registration for the talk
● 2.30 pm | Event proper – “DIABETES & YOUR AGEING EYE”
● 3.30 pm | END
If you are over 50 years old and have Diabetes, you may be more susceptible to vision-threatening eye diseases like Cataract and Diabetic Retinopathy. Proper management of your diabetes and regular eye examination by your ophthalmologist is the key. Join us as we share with you how Diabetes can affect your eyes and how you can save your eyesight starting today.


Click Here to sign up for Dr Stephen Teoh’s talk

or call 6456 1000, Whatsapp 9129 0001
or email us at email@eagleeyecentre.com.sg



Vision Loss & Diabetic Eye Disease — by Dr Yong Shao Onn
● 3.40 pm | Registration for the talk
● 3.45 pm | Event proper – “VISION LOSS & DIABETIC EYE DISEASE”
● 4.45 pm | END

Diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of blindness in developed countries like Singapore. As the incidence of diabetes increases, so too the burden from this problem. Join us as we look at the management and treatment options for Diabetic Retinopathy that may just help to save your vision.


Click Here to sign up for Dr Yong Shao Onn talk

or call 6456 1000, Whatsapp 9129 1496
or email us at email@eagleeyecentre.com.sg

A question and answer portion will proceed after the talks.


Dr Stephen Teoh

  • Director of Vitreo-retinal Surgery, Retinal Services & Uveitis


Dr Yong Shao Onn

  • Director of Vitreo-retinal Surgery & Retinal Services


Diabetes, what you need to know.

Diabetes is a disease that affects the body’s ability to produce or respond to insulin, a hormone that allows blood glucose (Blood Sugar) to enter the cells of the body and be used for energy.

The first category of diabetes called Type 1 usually occurs during childhood or during adolescence. The most common form of the disease, which usually occurs after the age of 45 (currently being diagnosed in children and the adolescent), is called Type 2.


What is Diabetic Retinopathy?

Diabetic retinopathy refers to damages of the blood vessels in the eyes. When the blood sugar level gets too high, this could lead to blindness.

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