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Tower Clock Eye Center's Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, describes how foreign bodies are removed from the eye.

Foreign body removal

We’ve all been there, happily going about our day when something finds its way into our eye.  Ugh! March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month, but Dr. Matt’s video below rings true for life both in and out of work. Learn how Tower Clock Eye Center physicians remove foreign bodies from the eye, and the importance […]


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


RxSight's Light Adjustable Lens

Light Adjustable Lenses

We’re proud to announce that we now offer Light Adjustable Lenses (LAL) from RxSight! With LAL, a patient’s vision can be adjusted after surgery, giving patients the desired results to best fit their individual lifestyles. Both Drs. Matt and Tyson recently used this technology to help patients see their best. To learn more about RxSight’s […]


Tower Clock Eye Center Best of the Bay Winner 2023

Best of the Bay Winner 2023

Tower Clock Eye Center is the Best of the Bay in 2023! Thank you to all who voted for our clinic! This is the eighth consecutive year you’ve voted us the best in the annual voting contest. We are voted both Best LASIK practice and Best Eye Care Clinic. Additionally, we were voted as a […]


Tower Clock Eye Center ophthalmologist Dr. Matthew Thompson in Jamaica on behalf of FOCUS, Inc.

Dr. Matt travels abroad on behalf of FOCUS

Tower Clock Eye Center ophthalmologist Dr. Matthew Thompson is in Jamaica this week, not for vacation but for work on behalf of FOCUS. Dr. Matt is providing much needed eye care to the less fortunate on the island. His broad expertise in eye medicine, specifically cataracts and cornea care, is being put to use as […]


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. Matt in Tampa Bay

Dr. Matt instructs surgeons at Tampa Bay conference

Over the weekend Dr. Matt was in Tampa Bay providing instruction to cornea fellows and recent graduates as part of the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research Cornea Fellowship Training Program. The event offered one-on-one training in many areas including advanced cornea transplant techniques and practical training in DMEK, DSAEK and PKP cases. Dr. […]


Dr. Matt in Rwanda

Dr. Matt provides aid in Rwanda

Tower Clock Eye Center’s Matthew Thompson, MD, recently traveled to Rwanda on behalf of FOCUS to provide ophthalmology students there hands-on surgical training and education. During his nearly two week long stay in Africa, Dr. Matt also performed surgery on several patients in need of his corneal and cataract expertise. FOCUS’s campaign, No More Blind Babies, addresses the current epidemic […]


Tower Clock Eye Center surgeons provide continuing medical education at Shopko Optical's conference at Lambeau Field

Tower Clock Eye Center doctors provide CME to nearly 100 ODs

Over the weekend, Tower Clock Eye Center Drs. Kunal Patel, Matthew Thompson and Kurt Schwiesow presented continuing medical education (CME) to nearly 100 optometrists for Shopko Optical’s annual corporate meeting held at Lambeau Field. The event was attended by Shopko ODs from Washington to Ohio, as well as many independent area optometrists.      


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 […]


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04.09.24

Is eye rubbing safe?

We all do it, sometimes because our eyes are dry or irritated, or because it's been a long day, or maybe you have something in your eye and rubbing it feel good. For whatever reason, check out this brief video from Dr. Kunal Patel, MD, as he tells you about the safety of rubbing your... read more

04.05.24

“Prof” Schwiesow presents to LLI

Today, "Professor" Kurt Schwiesow presented a class on cataract surgery for the UWGB Lifelong Learning Institute. He touched on all aspects of surgery including the surgical process, IOL options, technology, and addressed many common patient questions. All the nearly 70 students received passing grades... but are reminded that this material will be on the mid-term.... read more

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