Tower Clock Eye Center will be closed on Friday, January 1 to celebrate the New Year’s Day holiday. We’ll reopen on Monday, January 4 with regular business hours.
Tower Clock Eye Center will be closed on Thursday, December 24 and Friday, December 25 to celebrate the Christmas holiday with our families. We will reopen with normal business hours on Monday, December 28. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month. Watch Dr. Jacob Woldt, OD, explain the importance of eye exams especially for those diagnosed with diabetes.
We’ve all heard of organ transplants, but many people don’t know that parts of the eye can be transplanted too, namely the cornea. The cornea The cornea is the clear, outer layer of the eye and is composed of three components: the outermost layer or epithelial layer, the middle or stromal layer, and the inner […]
Tower Clock Eye Center will be closed on Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27 to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with our families. We will reopen with normal business hours on Monday, November 30. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!
Dr. Jacob Woldt, OD, is now accepting patients at our location in Manitowoc within Holy Family Memorial. Dr. Woldt joins Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, and Dr. Michael Servi, OD, in seeing patients there. For appointments, call 920 499-3102.
Dry eye is the most common reason why people visit eye doctors, and with dryer air on the way it is important to know how best to keep your eyes properly lubricated. Watch Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, explain how to keep your eyes healthy during the upcoming winter months.
It’s Halloween season and that means scary, frightening ghosts and goblins are on the way. Thankfully there’s nothing spooky when it’s time for cataract surgery, not to mention anything to be afraid of. But centuries ago, that wasn’t always the case. Before modern cataract surgery came to be, even before slightly less modern cataract surgery […]
Ophthalmologists and optometrists generally recommend eye exams every one or two years, depending on age. For people younger than 50, every two years is suggested, while those over 50 should make an appointment every year. Although you may not have any obvious vision problems, these examinations are important because some of the more problematic eye […]
You may have heard of Clear Lens Exchange (CLE) or Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) as an alternative to LASIK for people in their 60s and older. Watch Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, explain what this procedure is and how it could be the key to help you see clearer.