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Watch Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, explain the updated safety measures and policies at Tower Clock Eye Center during the coronavirus pandemic.

Watch Dr. Tyson describe our updated safety measures

Watch Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, explain the updated safety measures and policies at Tower Clock Eye Center during the coronavirus pandemic. The clinic and its surgeons are incrementally expanding their patient volume to include routine exams and elective surgeries, such as cataract surgery. Please call 920 499-3102 for appointments.


Tower Clock Eye Center coronavirus COVID-19 update

Updated safety measures during COVID 19 – May 5, 2020

We recognize the importance of routine care in maintaining eye health, but also respect the need to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus pandemic. As we open back up routine medical and surgical services, our goal is to maintain quality of care while refining safety measures. You will be met at the door by a […]


Update to waiting room policy at Tower Clock Eye Center during coronavirus COVID-19

Waiting room policy during coronavirus outbreak

In light of concerns regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) we’ve temporarily updated our waiting room policy. Some of our patient population is at high risk for complications of #coronavirus and we’re asking patients to help limit potential exposure. Because of this we are looking to minimize non-essential people in our waiting rooms. We understand patients often require that a […]


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09.21.20

Glaucoma care at Tower Clock Eye Center

Ophthalmologists and optometrists generally recommend eye exams every one or two years, depending on age. For people younger than 50, every two years is suggested, while those over 50 should make an appointment every year. Although you may not have any obvious vision problems, these examinations are important because some of the more problematic eye... read more

09.09.20

Clear Lens Exchange explained by Dr. Matt Thompson

You may have heard of Clear Lens Exchange (CLE) or Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) as an alternative to LASIK for people in their 60s and older. Watch Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, explain what this procedure is and how it could be the key to help you see clearer.

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