Dr Ed Williams

Dr. Edward Williams has been actively managing keratoconus since 1985. His focus is on the visual rehabilitation of corneal disorders, the most common being keratoconus, and he sees an average of 20 keratoconus patients a week. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a contributor to the Scleral Lens Education Society, and a member of the Society of Eye Care Specialists.

Dr. Williams’ practice in Denver originally opened in 1950 and from the beginning was both a private practice and a contact lens research and development facility. It was the clinical research site for Syntex Ophthalmics and is credited with designing the first gas-permeable contact lens. 

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Dr Jason Wang

Jason J. Wang, M.D., eye physician and surgeon at Omni Eye Specialists, trained at Northwestern University, University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, and University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary in Chicago. After residency, he obtained subspecialty training in Cornea Transplantation and LASIK Refractive Surgery by completing a fellowship program at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Dr. Wang has contributed to the field of corneal disease and refractive surgery with scientific publications in medical literature and most recently by presenting his work at a national ophthalmic meeting for which Dr. Wang garnered “Best Paper of Session” distinction. During medical school and residency, he participated in research involving retinal pigment epithelial transplantation and corneal epithelial stem cell survival. Dr. Wang is board certified in ophthalmology.

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