Category Archives: New Announcements


Tower Clock Eye Center welcomes medical students

Tower Clock Eye Center welcomed medical students from the Medical College of Wisconsin today for an afternoon of instruction on how to perform a battery of basic eye exams. The goal is to provide these students hands-on experience in fundamental eye exam techniques. We’re proud to play a part in helping the next generation of […]


Best of the Bay - Nominate Us Today!

Best of the Bay Voting 2021!

It’s that time of year again – Best of the Bay voting! This year there are two rounds and the first is the nomination round. The top 5 from here will be eligible for the final voting round starting in April. First things first, please nominate Tower Clock Eye Center for Best LASIK and Best […]


Dry Eye care at Tower Clock Eye Center

Dry eyes? We can help!

Winter is coming and it’s getting colder outside. With low humidity and indoor heating the norm, our eyes need to work harder to stay lubricated, often making already-dry eyes even worse. Dry eye syndrome is a condition caused by a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication on the surface of the eye. The consequence of dry eye […]


Tower Clock Eye Center fellowship trained ophthalmologist Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, talks about glaucoma treatments

Glaucoma – What to know

Watch fellowship trained glaucoma specialist Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, explain what glaucoma is and who is most at risk for the vision-robbing disease. January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. There are many advantages to working with, and being referred to, and fellowship trained glaucoma specialist. For more information, give us a call at 920 499-3102 or […]


January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is a “silent” disease in that there are few symptoms as it develops in the eye, so regular check ups and exams are very important. Glaucoma develops when pressure inside the eye (the eye needs some pressure to stay inflated) becomes higher than the eye can tolerate. That added […]


New Year's Day holiday

New Year’s Day holiday hours

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.


Christmas holiday hours 2020

Christmas holiday 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!



Cornea transplant

Cornea transplants: What to know

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 […]


Latest News

02.05.24

Do eyes change color?

Have you noticed your eyes apparently changing colors as you age? Check out Dr. Matt explain this phenomenon and it's simple explanation. #towerclockeyecenter #eyecare #eyecolor #weirdeyestuff

01.08.24

Happy retirement, Pam!

It's the end of an era. Our longtime clinic manager, Pam, has retired. We thank her for her many years of dedicated service, wisdom, know-how, and her vision for what led Tower Clock Eye Center to what it is today. Pam helped guide the clinic through substantial growth, including the construction of our Green Bay... read more

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