All Tower Clock Eye Center locations will be closed on Thanksgiving, November 24, and Friday, November 25. We will resume normal clinic hours on Monday, November 28. We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends.
Tower Clock Eye Center’s Dr. Michael Servi recently visited Fox 11’s Living with Amy show to discuss eye floaters. Dr. Servi talks about the types of floaters, how they affect the eye and the importance of seeing your eye care professional should you experience floaters. Watch here:
Tower Clock Eye Center ophthalmologist Matthew Thompson, MD, recently held a continuing education event at the clinic for technicians seeking CE credits. The focus of the discussion was dry eye syndrome. Through his research, Dr. Thompson explained the symptoms, causes and treatments for the common eye disease. Ophthalmologic techs from several area clinics and providers […]
Tower Clock Eye Center’s Dr. Michael Servi recently visited WLUK’s Living with Amy to discuss dry eye syndrome. Learn how Dr. Servi can help if you suffer from this very common disease. Watch the segment here:
Join us for a FREE seminar to discuss the advantages of laser cataract surgery at Tower Clock Eye Center on Thursday, November 10 at 6:00 p.m. The event will be held at Tower Clock Surgery Center, 1077 West Mason Street, in Green Bay. Light refreshments will be served. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, will present on why […]
Watch as Tower Clock Eye Center’s Matthew Thompson, MD, discusses new technologies and developments for cataract surgery on WBAY’s Ask the Expert.
Patients in need of cataract surgery in the Oconto and Marinette areas now have the option of dropless cataract surgery, a procedure that largely reduces or eliminates the need for several daily drops following surgery. Dropless cataract surgery has been offered by Tower Clock Eye Center in Green Bay for some time, and the clinic […]
Tower Clock Eye Center’s Dr. Amanda Schuster was on the WLUK Living with Amy program yesterday to discuss the importance of children’s eye exams, especially during back-to-school preparations. View the segment here:
Tower Clock Eye Center’s Velp Avenue location will be affected by upcoming road construction. A portion of Velp Avenue, including all exits and on-ramps to US 41, will be closed late in the week of August 8, 2016 for approximately 60 days. Motorists will not be able to exit to or enter Velp Ave. from […]
Tower Clock Eye Center’s Kurt Schwiesow, MD, was a guest on yesterday’s Living with Amy program. Dr. Schwiesow discusses glaucoma, how it is treated, and stresses the need for frequent eye exams. Schwiesow is a fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist. Here is the segment: