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Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD. of Tower Clock Eye Center talks about eyes changing color.

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


Pam Hagen, Tower Clock Eye Center manager has retired.

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 […]


Dr. Tyson Schwiesow and the light adjustable lens

Dialing in the Light Adjustable Lens

RxSight Light Adjustable Lenses are becoming evermore popular with our patients. Curious to learn a little more? Watch Dr. Tyson Schwiesow explain dialing in the prescription for LALs following cataract surgery. Schedule your appointment at Tower Clock Eye Center today at 920 499-3102.


AMD – Free Research Update

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Clinical Trials, Stem Cells, and Other Therapies A Free Research Update Saturday September 23rd 2023 • 10:00 am Lawrence University Music-Drama Center, Stansbury Theater Register here Come hear the latest from UW scientists The McPherson Eye Research Institute at UW-Madison is the home of researchers and clinicians working on AMD and other vision […]


Dr. Patel presents to LLI

Yesterday Dr. Kunal Patel presented a class to the UWGB Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) on common eye conditions on campus. Over 70 attendees learned about cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye and many other eye diseases. Dr. Patel discussed the basics of eye care, such as the difference between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist, to more in […]


Dr. Jamie Myers discusses ocular migraines

Ocular migraines with Dr. Jamie Myers, OD

Learn about ocular migraines with Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Dr. Jamie Myers, where she discusses the symptoms and possible causes for the condition. Schedule your appointment at 920 499-3102.


Tower Clock Eye Center Tower Clock Surgery Center Appleton

Post Crescent story on new ASC in Appleton

The Appleton Post Crescent ran a story about new upcoming surgery center in Appleton. Click the link below for the story. This will be the second surgery center run by Tower Clock Eye Center/Tower Clock Surgery Center.   https://currently.att.yahoo.com/att/tower-clock-eye-center-open-100458728.html  


Tower Clock Eye Center Tower Clock Surgery Center Appleton

Appleton surgery center breaks ground

Tower Clock Eye Center is expanding its footprint in Appleton to include a 7085 square foot ambulatory surgery center to focus on cataract, glaucoma and cornea surgeries. The outpatient facility is located next to their eye clinic at 3142 North Richmond St. and is expected to open by late spring 2024. The new center will […]


Road closure – July 28, 2023

On Friday, July 28 a road closure will affect our patients. Nicolet Ave., the street between our Green Bay clinic and surgery center, will close from 7am until 5pm that day only. Patients can still easily enter our clinic parking lot via the Mason St. entrance. Surgery center patients can park there as well. We […]


Tower Clock Eye Center's Dr. Tyson Schwiesow describes RxSight's Light Adjustable Lens technology.

Introducing RxSight’s Light Adjustable Lens

Watch Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, describe a technology new to Tower Clock Eye Center, RxSight’s Light Adjustable Lens. This IOL is different in that the prescription inherent in the lens can be adjusted after it’s implanted, allowing patients to “test drive” their vision to best determine what suits her or his visual needs.


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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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