Dr. Jamie Wong, Ophthalmologist, Montreal, QC

Dr. Jamie Wong

Dr. Jamie Wong

Montreal, QC
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Dr. Jamie Wong Bio

Oculoplastic facial and eyelid aesthetics

Dr. Jamie Wong, a Material Science Engineering graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), completed her medical degree and then specialized in Ophthalmology at the New Eye Center in Boston. She continued her training with a two-year fellowship in Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery at McGill University in Montreal and at the Plastic Eye Surgery Associates in Houston Texas. Dr. Wong is one of a handful of surgeons in Quebec with this sub-specialty training.

( Dr. Jamie Wong, Ophthalmologist, Montreal, QC) is in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons.

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