Posts Tagged ‘ Dr. Michael Servi ’

Tower Clock Eye Center physicians host MCW students

Drs. Thompson and Servi hosted several Medical College of Wisconsin students today in clinic to instruct them on ocular tests and exams. The students got a glimpse of what a career in ophthalmology/optometry entails. Tower Clock Eye Center is proud and honored to partner with MCW to assist in the training of future physicians. “It’s a […]


Dr. Servi now seeing patients in Manitowoc

Dr. Michael Servi, OD, is now serving the Manitowoc area! He specializes in comprehensive eye care for the entire family and sees patients at Holy Family Memorial. To make an appointment, call 920 499-3102.


Dr. Michael Servi discusses floaters on Fox 11’s Living with Amy

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:  



Dry eye syndrome: Symptoms, causes and treatments – by Dr. Michael Servi

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 […]


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09.05.19

PanOptix trifocal lens now at Tower Clock Eye Center

Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, was the first surgeon in Wisconsin to use the new Alcon Acrysof IQ PanOptix trifocal lens. This new lens is the latest multi focal option and builds on previous technology to give the most depth of focus of any multi focal lens. All three of our surgeons will offer the new lens,... read more

08.27.19

Astigmatism explained with Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD

We've all heard the term "astigmatism." But what is it? Watch Tower Clock Eye Center's cornea specialist Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, explain in simple terms what astigmatism is, and how it's treated with glasses or contacts, LASIK or PRK, or with special lenses at the time of cataract surgery.

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