Watch as Tower Clock Eye Center’s Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, discusses cataracts, cataract surgery and what to expect in the lead up to your procedure during a recent visit to the Living with Amy show.
Watch as Tower Clock Eye Center’s Matthew Thompson, MD, explains one of the most enjoyable things he experiences in his practice.
Tower Clock Eye Center prides itself on being on the cutting edge of ophthalmologic technology and techniques. Our practice model allows us to readily adopt new procedures and equipment; one of the most innovative areas of our care comes in the way of dropless cataract surgery. In standard cataract surgery, patients are prescribed several eyedrops, […]
Watch as Kurt Schwiesow, MD, discusses the importance of insurance and the continuity of care at Tower Clock Eye Center.
Over the last several years laser cataract surgery has become an increasingly popular choice for patients in need of cataract surgery. Its increased levels of safety and accuracy over standard cataract surgery have been well documented, and the advantages of the procedure are readily seen. The laser, known as a femtosecond laser, takes the place […]
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:
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 syndrome ranges from slight persistent irritation to the severe inflammation of the front of the eye. Symptoms: Red, irritated eyes accompanied by constant dryness, the feeling of debris in your eyes […]
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: