For your safety and reassurance, all Sussex EyeCare Center doctors and staff have received the COVID-19 vaccination.

WE ARE OPEN FOR ALL SERVICES!!
My staff and I are committed to creating a healthy and safe environment for you and we thank you for your trust and loyalty.
We are aggressively sanitizing exam rooms, equipment, touch points, and eyeglass frames. We are also spacing appointments to promote distancing. Please call us at 262-246-8066 to discuss your next appointment.
Dr Christopher R Winter and Staff

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5 Myths About Contact Lenses You Shouldn’t Believe

Thinking about giving contact lenses a try but nervous they might not be right for you? Although the only guaranteed way to have a positive experience with contact lenses is to schedule an appointment with one of our eye care professionals, we want to address some of the common myths we hear about wearing contact…
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A Must-Have: Children’s Sunglasses

In the same way we protect our skin from the sun's harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, we need to protect our eyes as well! Even more importantly, we need to protect our child's eyes. Children's eyes are still developing at a young age, and with the substantial time they spend outdoors, it is essential to purchase…
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Your Eyes In The Digital World

It's no secret we live in a very digital world and use digital devices throughout the day. While we cannot escape exposure to digital devices and blue light, it is important to know how our eyes are affected by our changing technological environment. Before we talk more about the digital world and its effect on…
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Dry Eye: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

What Is Dry Eye? A continued lack of lubrication and moisture within the eye causes symptoms categorized as dry eye syndrome. The lack of tears and moisture to keep the surface of the eye lubricated, as well as wash away debris and dust, can cause eye discomfort and affect your vision. Symptoms Burning Itchy Aching…
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