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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Signs You’re Suffering From Computer Vision Syndrome

As our world becomes increasingly digital, the number of people suffering from Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) has also increased. Raise your hand if you have experienced one of the following symptoms. eye strain difficulty focusing red, dry, itchy, or burning eyes blurry or double vision eye twitching nearsightedness, also called myopia headaches neck or shoulder…
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Bifocal vs Progressive Lenses

For individuals that need vision correction both near and far, progressive or bifocal lenses are a must-have! As your eyes age and your vision changes, age-related farsightedness or presbyopia may start to affect your vision. What are Bifocal or Progressive Lenses? Progressive and bifocal lenses transition from near to far distance prescription within one lens!…
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Floaters or Spots: Should I be worried?

Have you noticed tiny shadows cast upon objects? Small spots, lines, or other shapes caused by floaters in your eye aren't a big deal most of the time. Read more below to find out when you should contact your doctor about spots in your vision! Floaters or Spots, are they normal? As you age, the…
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Cleaning Your Glasses 101

Your glasses are one of the essential things you wear every day! Your eyewear helps you navigate the world around you, learn new things, and give you the ability to make memories with friends and family. Are you taking the best care of them? One of the best ways to keep you seeing your best…
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