Posts Tagged ‘ Common eye problems ’

Dr. Kurt Schwiesow presents "Cataract Surgery: What to know" for Tower Clock Eye Center

“Cataract Surgery: What to know” seminar

Join us for a FREE seminar on cataract surgery (registration required, see below), including disease progression, surgery types (including laser cataract surgery), intraocular lens (IOL) selection and differences, pre- and post-operative processes, and expectations following surgery. This comprehensive survey of cataract surgery will give those in attendance a better understanding of how to see clearly […]


Tower Clock Eye Center surgeon Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, implants his first Glaukos iStent Infinite device.

TCEC surgeon implants new device

Today in surgery Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, implanted his first Glaukos iStent infinite, the first micro-invasive standalone implantable device for glaucoma. Tower Clock Eye Center is the first clinic in Wisconsin to use this new technology. Congrats Dr. Tyson!


Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Michael Servi, OD Green Bay, Shawano, Appleton

Glaucoma & pressure variations

Watch Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist, Dr. Michael Servi, OD, give the basics on glaucoma, explaining open angle glaucoma and how healthy pressures can vary from patient to patient.


Tower Clock Eye Center's Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, discusses cornea transplant surgery

Cornea transplants: What to know

Watch fellowship trained cornea specialist Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, discuss cornea transplants. Dr. Thompson briefly discusses the history of cornea transplants and covers some commonly asked questions in this brief video. For appointments, call 920 499-3102.


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

Laser capsulotomy: explained

Watch Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, describe laser capsulotomy, a common procedure often needed following cataract surgery. In the video you’ll learn that vision can become distorted as cells reform in the capsule. A special laser removes these cells, restoring vision. This procedure is safe and takes seconds to complete. To schedule, please call 920 499-3102.


Tower Clock Eye Center's Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD

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.


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 […]


MGD, dry eye & blepharitis treatment

Are you among those who suffer from chronic dry eye, blepharitis or meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD)? If so, Tower Clock Eye Center offers a treatment for these common eye problems – the Bruder Moist Heat Eye Compress, which is quickly becoming a favorite of our physicians. Learn more how this simple treatment can help your eyes […]


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 fireworks safety

Fourth of July eye safety

The time for fireworks is here, and so is the time to be diligent with eye safety during your 4th of July celebrations. Tower Clock Eye Center and other eye care centers see an uptick in eye injuries this time of year and it’s important to celebrate the holiday safely. A recent Consumer Product Safety […]


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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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