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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Cataracts: Cause, Symptoms, and Treatment

Cataracts affect about 24 million Americans and are the leading cause of blindness in the world.* Cataracts are a natural part of aging but should be addressed as they start to affect your vision. If you are over the age of 40, we recommend scheduling a yearly comprehensive eye exam to detect cataracts as they…
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5 Reasons You Need Another Pair of Eyewear

From playing with the kids to working on the computer and playing golf with friends, our lives take us many different directions every day. However, is your eyewear ready for your multiple hobbies and the activities in between? Our busy lives show us that having multiple pairs of eyewear handy is a necessity. Here are…
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Eye Exams: What to Expect

Yearly comprehensive eye exams are crucial to detecting changes in your vision and risk of eye-related diseases. We recommend adults have a comprehensive eye exam every year, and children should have an eye exam as early as six months before they start school, and then every 1-2 years. We often get questions about what to…
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FAQ: Dry Eye Syndrome

What is dry eye syndrome? Dry eye syndrome is caused by your eyes not producing enough lubricant to keep the surface of your eyes moist. You may experience a burning and aching sensation, heavy and itchy eyes, sore and dry sensation, and blurred vision. Dry eye syndrome is a common eye condition, and if you…
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