KBAK 29 – June 26, 2014

Daniel H. Chang, MD discusses Laser Cataract Surgery with Amity Addrisi on KBAK-TV.

KGET 17 – June 25, 2014

Daniel H. Chang, MD discusses the latest advances in cataract surgery with Kiyoshi Tomono on News at Sunrise KGET-TV.

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BAKERSFIELD LIFE – June 2014 Issue

Empire Eye and Laser Center Unveils New System for Cataract Surgery, Page 24.

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KGET 17 – September 13, 2013

Battling the buldge with CoolSculpting®-Joseph H. Chang, MD discuss the new fast eliminating procedure now available in Bakersfield at Empire Eye and Laser Center.

BAKERSFIELD LIFE – July 2013 Issue

Daniel H. Chang, MD recognized as one of Bakersfield’s 20 under 40 People to Watch.

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SANTA BARBARA INDEPENDENT – February 2013

Joseph H. Chang, MD addresses the stigma of Botox® in today’s society.

ZERO 23 – February 2013

Dr. Vin T. Dang and Dr. Mark M. Cheung teamed up with Advanced Center for Eyecare and Onesight Vision Van to give the gift of sight to 70 students at Wingland Elementary.


KBAK 29 – February 21, 2011

Dr. Joseph Chang and Dr. Daniel Chang appeared live on KBAK TV 29’s Eyewitness News with Cambi Brown to talk about the the Spring Training Raffle for Advanced Center for Eyecare.


KGET 17 – July 9, 2010

Dr. Daniel Chang was interviewed by KGET TV 17’s Madelyn Jarrett about the dangers of using non-prescription, non-FDA approved contact lenses designed to alter the appearance of the eyes.

Teens in Bakersfield are catching onto a fad that could hurt their vision or even blind them. It’s a contact lense craze popularized by a Lady Gaga music video, but the lenses are not sold in the U.S.

She’s known for her crazy fads and fashions, but this one could actually be dangerous.

“It puts you at risk for infection. Infections can cause redness, irritation, and temporary to permanent vision loss,” said Dr. Daniel Chang, an ophthalmologist.

KGET 17 – June 23, 2010

Dr. Joseph Chang was interviewed by KGET TV 17’s Emily Moore about a recent study regarding the hypothetical relationship between Botox and ability to feel emotions.

Botox gets rid of lines of your face, but does it also dull your emotions? That’s what a new psychology study claims. It’s based on the reasoning that when you smile, even when you are sad, you will feel happier, or when you pout, you will feed sadder. Researchers claim when you can’t use all of your facial expressions, it has a secondary effect of dulling your emotions as well.

Dr. Joseph Chang, an eye surgeon and Botox expert isn’t buying it. “It’s very important to realize that they’re making a hypothesis. They are not claiming that they are proving anything,” Chang said.

Bakersfield.com – July 17, 2010

Dr. Daniel Chang was interviewed by the Californian’s Jason Kotowski about the importance of UV protection in sunglasses.

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Dr. Daniel Chang was interviewed by OphthalmologyWeb’s Dr. David Goldman regarding the implementation of Electronic Health Records.

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