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Safety First for the Solar Eclipse – August 21st

Tennessee Retina wants you to enjoy viewing August’s Total Solar Eclipse safely!  Viewing the Sun’s harmful rays can cause solar retinopathy, causing blurry vision or even vision loss. The ASRS (American Society of Retina Specialists) has released important information on how to safely view the big event. “Don’t Get Burned” - Check it out here.

Source from http://www.asrs.org/patients/retinal-diseases/special-safety-edition-2017-great-american-eclipse

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"Dr. Recchia was super! He greeted me (the mom) when he entered the room and then, greeted my 13 year old daughter. He asked her to pronounce her name for him and then he called her by name during the exam. He was able to get to her to Smile and laugh during a scary and intimidating process. We would definitely go back if needed."

Mary
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