Posts Tagged ‘ eye exam ’

Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Dr. Jacob Woldt, OD, discusses retinal photography and dilated eye exams

Retinal photography vs. pupil dilation

Watch Dr. Jacob Woldt, OD, explain the differences between two techniques for examining the retina. Retinal photography uses our Optos technology and takes a static snapshot of the retina whereas dilating the pupil makes it easier for your optometrist to better see and examine the retina in realtime. To schedule your appointment with Tower Clock […]


Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Michael Servi describes a comprehensive eye exam

What is a comprehensive eye exam?

Watch Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Dr. Michael Servi, OD, describe what he and other optometrists look for during a comprehensive eye exam. Besides your prescription, there are generally four areas of the eye he examines, the cornea, the lens, the retina and the pressure within the eye. To schedule an appointment with us, call […]


Tower Clock Eye Center testing includes A-scan and B-scan tests

A-scan & B-scan test differences

A visit to Tower Clock Eye Center may require a series of tests and exams, especially if surgery is a possibility. When preparing for a procedure you may undergo a series of tests, including an A-scan test and/or a B-scan test. What are these tests, and what’s the difference? Tower Clock Eye Center offers both […]


Slit lamp test at Tower Clock Eye Center

Slit lamp exam: What is it?

One of the many common tests performed at Tower Clock Eye Center is the slit lamp exam. This exam is done with a microscope and bright light that gives your eye doctor the ability to examine the many structures around and inside the eye. The slit lamp exam is a vital exam to determine the […]


Tower Clock Eye Center back to school eye exams

The importance of back-to-school eye exams

Sorry kiddos – it’s that time of year again. As a parent, you do all you can to make sure your child learns and develops properly. But there is one essential that many moms and dads frequently miss – the back-to-school eye exam. Vision is vital to children’s development. In fact, the American Optometric Association […]


Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) for eye exams

Among the many tests Tower Clock Eye Center uses to provide the best eye care is Optical Coherence Tomography, or OCT. This test is crucial to determine the eye’s health as it relates to several structures that comprise the eye, including the cornea, retina and optic nerve. OCT scans also provide eye doctors information about […]



Tower Clock Eye Center provides comprehensive exams for students in digital remote virtual classrooms to prevent eye strain from looking at screens.

Digital classrooms and eye strain

The school year is right around the corner and many students will forgo classes in person and continue their studies in digital classrooms at home due to social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Just because learning is taking place away from school doesn’t mean that eye exams and eye health should be avoided or […]


Tower Clock Eye Center optical department update

Optical department browsing policy update

Just a reminder to our patients and customers that our optical department is continuing to operate by appointment only due to restrictions put in place because of COVID-19. To safely operate and maintain social distance, we must limit the amount of people in the optical area. Our opticians take the utmost care and caution to […]


Tower Clock Eye Center's Dr. Michael Servi, OD, explains the importance of yearly eye exams

The importance of yearly eye exams

Watch Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Dr. Michael Servi explain the importance of yearly eye exams. He shows the major aspects of the eye that are tested during a comprehensive exam. In addition, he stresses the importance of testing for the overall health of the eye, not just if glasses or contacts are needed. Tower […]


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12.01.22

Leaders in glaucoma care – iStent infinite

Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, is the first ophthalmologist in Wisconsin (and one of the first in the U.S.) to implant the new iStent infinite - a device recently approved by the FDA to reduce intraocular pressure (IOP) in glaucoma patients. iStent infinite is the first micro-invasive, stand-alone implantable MIGS device available. Learn more about iStent... read more

11.22.22

Thanksgiving hours 2022

All Tower Clock Eye Center locations will close this Thursday (11/24) and Friday (11/25) to celebrate the holiday. We will reopen on Monday with regular clinic hours. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday!

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