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What is a YAG capsulotomy?

Cataract surgery involves the removal of a cloudy natural lens inside the eye and the replacement of an artificial one. The natural lens has several layers, and all of these are removed during surgery except for the very back layer, known as the posterior capsule. The posterior capsule is important because it will hold the […]


What are eye floaters?

As warmer weather is right around the corner, many of us will think of “floaters” as devices we’ll use at the pool, lake or in the rivers that surround us in Wisconsin and the U.P. In the eye care world though, the term has another meaning. To eye doctors, floaters are small pieces of debris […]


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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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