We are dedicated to protecting the long term vision health of children. When we realized that myopia in children was growing at such an alarming rate, we started the Myopia Control Clinic at Vision One Eyecare in order to provide the most advanced and effective myopia control throughout the Katy area.
Our niece showed signs of progressive myopia during her 5th grade year. We started her on Ortho-K. It’s been 4 years since and there have been no signs of myopic progression.
We consider it our duty as optometrist to educate the public about the ocular health risks of high myopia in young children. We have invested considerable time and money to provide our patients the most effective methods of myopia control. It is an amazing feeling to see our patients faces when they realize they have clear vision without the need of glasses or contact lenses during the day.
Laurence Wong, O.D., FIAOMC
Dr. Laurence Wong was born in Hong Kong, China, and moved to Houston in the early 90s. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology 1996 from the University of Houston.
Dr. Wong further completed his doctor of optometry program at the University of Houston College of Optometry (UHCO) with Magna Cum Laude in 2002. While in optometry school, he participated in myopia research programs where he was selected as a National Institute of Health (NIH) summer research fellow and a student presenter at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) meeting.
Dr. Wong began his career in the Katy area and after several years of serving the community, he decided to make it his home. Dr. Wong served as an adjunct faculty at the University Of Houston College Of Optometry. He has trained over hundreds of optometrists who are now practicing in the greater Houston area including Katy.
He enjoys all aspects of vision care including from simple astigmatic and multifocal contact lens fitting to complicated Scleral lenses fitting for post-refractive (LASIK and Radial Keratotomy) and keratoconus patients. His clinical interest is myopic progression control with Orthokeratology or corneal reshaping therapy. Dr. Wong keeps up with current myopia control clinical updates by attending the Orthokeratology meeting annually by the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopic Control (AAMOC). He also lectured on Ortho-K lens design in Orthokeratology conferences the U.S and Canada since 2018.
On May 16, 2019, Dr. Wong was recognized as a Fellow of International Academy of Orthokertology and Myopia Control (FIOAMC) by the AAMOC. There are about 140 fellows worldwide. He is one of the eight fellows in the Houston area.
Tracey Wong, O.D.
Dr. Tracey Wong grew up in North Houston area as a young child and attended Klein Forest High School. She went on to study at the University of Houston where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Houston.
Dr. Tracey Wong received her doctorate degree in Optometry from the University of Houston College of Optometry (UHCO) in 2005. During her studies she received a number of awards and clinical excellence recognition. This includes “Excellence in Contact Lens Service” presented by Ocular Science (now Cooper Vision) and letters of excellence from many different faculties at UHCO. Prior to graduation, she completed her externship training with retinal specialist, Dr. Charles A Garcia at St Joseph´s Hospital, Good Neighbor´s Community Clinic, and Richmond State School for patients with traumatic brain injuries. Dr. Tracey Wong´s clinical interests are cornea diseases, contact lens technology, and retinal pathologies. She is also a supporter of future optometric education and recently made contribution to the University of Houston Vision Institute Fund.
Upon graduation, Dr. Tracey Wong began working in the Katy area and has decided to make it her permanent home. Dr. Tracey Wong´s hobbies include interior designing, painting, and traveling. She is married to Dr. Laurence Wong. They currently reside in Katy, Texas,
Justin Simbulan, O.D.
Dr. Justin Simbulan graduated from the University of Houston College of Optometry (UHCO) with Magna Cum Laude in 2017. While in optometry school, he had the opportunity to work in many different modes of practice including Cedar Springs Community Eye Clinic in Dallas, Texas, HOPE Clinic in Houston, Texas, and Oak Hill Eye Care in Austin, Texas.
After graduation, he completed a residency in Primary Care at the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, where his training focused on ocular disease, specialty contact lenses, and low vision rehabilitation. Dr. Simbulan has presented an academic poster at the American Academy of Optometry (AAO) in 2017.
Dr. Simbulan enjoys a practice style that involves diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease such as glaucoma and macular degeneration, as well as participating in the overall management of patients with systemic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension to evaluate for ocular complications. He maintains strong interest in the fitting of specialty contact lenses such as scleral lenses and gas permeable contacts, and involvement in the management of low vision rehabilitation.
Currently, Dr. Simbulan serves as a full time staff doctor at the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center and part time staff doctor with Vision One Eye Care in Katy, Texas. At the veterans hospital, he is involved with direct patient care and acts as an attending doctor for optometry residents and intern students.