Saturday October 12th, 2013 Dr. Mack and staff will attend the HSO Fall Classic at the Intercontinental Hotel in Tampa, FL. The Fall Classic is where Optometrists are able to get 15 hours of continuing education credits. Throughout the weekend guest speakers (Optometric and Ophthalmology) will educate to more than 200 Optometrists from across Florida. THE OBJECTS OF THE HILLSBOROUGH SOCIETY OF OPTOMETRY ARE:
- To advance, improve and enhance the vision care of the public
- To unite optometrists; to encourage and assist in the improvement of the art and science of optometry
- To elevate unceasingly the standards and ethics of the profession of optometry
- To protect and defend the inalienable right of every person the freedom of choice of practitioner
- To restrict the practice of optometry and any part of it to those who have been trained, qualified, and licensed to practice the profession;
- For benevolent purposes
- To maintain an active affiliation with the American Optometric Association, Inc. and the Florida Optometric Association, Inc.
Dr. Mack has been a consistent presenter at the Fall Classic for several years. Dr. Mack was asked back by Dr. Mitch Petit, President of the HSO, to present at this year’s educational event. Saturday morning Dr. Mack will present his topic of “Advances in the Specialty of Oculoplastic Surgery-2013.” For two hours he will walk the doctors through all the new advances from treatment of eyelid skin cancer to cosmetic blepharoplasty’s.
Furthermore, the Mack Center staff will also be in attendance to promote the practice to the Optometrists. Angela, Marcia and Stephanie will be running the promotional booth to help doctors with questions about Dr. Mack’s procedures, insurances and general office questions. Stay tuned to find out how the HSO Fall Classic went by joining Dr. Mack’s mailing list or following him on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, YouTube, WordPress, and Flickr.
About William P. Mack, M.D.
William P. Mack, M.D. is a board certified surgeon who specializes in oculoplastic surgery and facial cosmetic surgery.
When eye contact is made, we immediately begin forming our first impression. Judging someone to be tired, sad, angry or pleasant are all based on the appearance of the area around the eyes. “Oculoplastics is a specialized branch of plastic surgery that focuses around the eyes and face,” notes Dr. Mack. “My extensive training in eye and plastic surgery allows me to offer the optimal surgical options to achieve your aesthetic goals.”
For more information, visit their website www.mackmd.com or call (813) 875-5437.