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Eye care at Tower Clock Eye Center

Routine vs. medical care

A common question we get at Tower Clock Eye Center is the difference between routine and medical care, especially how they are billed through insurance. Routine eye care Some medical insurance companies cover routine, or preventative, eye care. Patients should check with their insurance provider to see if this benefit is part of her or […]


Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Dr. Jacob Woldt, OD, discusses retinal photography and dilated eye exams

Retinal photography vs. pupil dilation

Watch Dr. Jacob Woldt, OD, explain the differences between two techniques for examining the retina. Retinal photography uses our Optos technology and takes a static snapshot of the retina whereas dilating the pupil makes it easier for your optometrist to better see and examine the retina in realtime. To schedule your appointment with Tower Clock […]


Dr. Karl Schwiesow, MD, of Tower Clock Eye Center

Dr. Karl Schwiesow, MD, retires

After over 40 years of practice in Green Bay, Dr. Karl Schwiesow, MD, has decided to fully retire. Dr. Schwiesow opened Tower Clock Eye Center in 1995 and has been seeing patients here ever since. Though he has reduced his work load over the last few years, he continued to see many of his long-time patients […]


Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, at the grand opening for Tower Clock Eye Center Appleton

Appleton Grand Opening

Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, and select staff officially held a Grand Opening our Appleton clinic office at 3142 N. RIchmond St. with some help from the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce. We held a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony and then it was back to helping patients! To schedule in our Appleton office, call us at (920) […]


Watch Tower Clock Eye Center surgeon Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, describe superficial keratectomy

Superficial keratectomy: Explained

Watch Tower Clock Eye Center cornea specialist Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, describe a procedure known as superficial keratectomy. The procedure is considered a minor surgery and is performed to reduce inflammation, scarring and other imperfections to the cornea. Dr. Thompson explains in what cases he utilizes the procedure, and generally how it is performed. For […]


Tower Clock Eye Center 2022 Best of the Bay Winner

Best of the Bay 2022 Winner!

The results are in and Tower Clock Eye Center has been selected as Best of the Bay 2022! We received the most votes in the following categories: Best Eye Care Clinic Best LASIK Surgery Center Best Eye Care Professional Dr. Amanda Jolly won the Best Eye Care Professional category and Dr. Kurt Schwiesow was a […]


Tower Clock Eye Center surgeons meet with patients before cataract surgery

Meet your surgeon before cataract surgery

Cataract surgery is one of the safest and most effective surgeries performed today, but if you’re planning to have cataract surgery the thought of someone working on your eye can still be a bit unnerving. You may have questions about the procedure, what it will feel like, what you can expect, and also want to […]


Tower Clock Eye Center glaucoma surgeon Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, presents CME to area optometrists

Dr. Kurt presents CME to area optometrists

Last night Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, presented CME “Microincisional Glaucoma Surgery – Spring Update 2022” to local optometrists at our new Appleton clinic. The event is part of continuing medical education our physicians often provide area eye doctors. Dr. Schwiesow gave a comprehensive presentation on the many techniques and technologies available to glaucoma surgeons, both […]


Tower Clock Eye Center Best of Awards

Yearly “Best of” voting begins!

It’s that time of year again… the annual “Best of” contests have begun! Tower Clock Eye Center is up for several awards, which are voted on by YOU! Each contest runs through April 25, so be sure to vote DAILY! Thank you in advance for voting for us! Categories Best of the Bay   (click here […]


Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD of Tower Clock Eye Center in Green Bay and Appleton explains DMEK

DMEK for partial corneal transplants: explained

Watch as DMEK (Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty) is briefly explained by Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, Tower Clock Eye Center’s fellowship-trained cornea specialist. Dr. Thompson explains the basics behind this method of partial cornea transplant and the positive outcomes it provides. To schedule an appointment to learn more, please call 920 499-3102.


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09.28.22

Dry eyes after cataract surgery

Following cataract surgery patients can develop dry eye symptoms. Watch Tower Clock Eye Center ophthalmologist Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, explain the causes and how it's easily treated.

09.19.22

Routine vs. medical care

A common question we get at Tower Clock Eye Center is the difference between routine and medical care, especially how they are billed through insurance. Routine eye care Some medical insurance companies cover routine, or preventative, eye care. Patients should check with their insurance provider to see if this benefit is part of her or... read more

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