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With the end of the year coming up it's officially use it or lose it time!

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Dr. Bingham Accepted into the ASOPRS!

Eye Care Physicians & Surgeons is proud to announce that Chad M. Bingham, M.D. has been accepted into the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS). The ASOPRS is a prestigious medical society that focuses on training, education, research, and the quality of clinical practices for reconstructive eye surgery.

To gain entrance into this esteemed medical society, Dr. Bingham had to pass a variety of rigorous tests in his specialized field. ASOPRS has only 550 members.

Dr. Bingham is a board certified ophthalmologist (medical doctor and eye surgeon) with additional training in oculoplastic and reconstructive surgery as it relates to the eyes and their surrounding facial structures.

Everyone at Eye Care is happy to have such a great and talented surgeon on our team.

Congrats Dr. Bingham!

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Fireworks Safety Tip: If a firework does not go off after you light it, never try to re-ignite. Instead, soak it in water for a long period of time and throw it out. http://ow.ly/yKP6S

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Fireworks Safety Tip: Sparklers may seem like the perfectly safe firework for your children, but be aware, they are dangerously hot and can easily ignite clothing. http://ow.ly/yKPY8

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Fireworks Safety Tip: Never handle fireworks near or around the BBQ or a propane tank. Find a spot that is free of flammable objects such as dry grass or wood and make sure everyone is at a safe comfortable distance. http://ow.ly/yKOPG

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Fireworks Safety Tip: It’s a good idea to keep a bucket of water or a water hose nearby when handling firework in case of an emergency. http://ow.ly/yKOBf

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Fireworks Safety Tip: Never point or throw fireworks at another person, the best way to avoid injury is to stay safe and aware. http://ow.ly/yKNY3

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Eye Fact # 204: A cataract can occur in one or both eyes. It cannot spread from one eye to another. http://ow.ly/ylJjW

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Get Ready for the Fourth of July with these Safety Tips from Eye Care Physicians & Surgeons http://ow.ly/ylNs9

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June is Cataract awareness month, check out our latest article on cataracts signs and symptoms http://ow.ly/ylJop
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