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Delaware’s Top Rated Cataract and Laser Center

Our eye specialists and surgeons use time-tested treatments and advanced tools for the very best in vision therapy – preserving, repairing and restoring your eye health.

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Cataract Surgery

Proven manual and laser-assisted cataract surgery provides sharp and clear vision.

Cornea Treatment

Antibiotic drops and ointments offer targeted relief from corneal infections.

Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma testing and treatment helps patients manage severe eye disease.

Refractive Surgery

Vision correction surgery offers various procedures to sharpen your focus.

Meet Our Eye Care of Delaware Eye Treatment Specialists

Welcome to Eye Care of Delaware, LLC and the Cataract and Laser Center, LLC. As Delaware’s first independent surgical facility exclusively dedicated to eye care, we bring you our skilled team of world-class doctors.

Dr. Jeffery R. Boyd M.D.
Cataract and Refractive Surgery
Paul C. Mitchell O.D.
Cornea and Glaucoma Specialist
Carl Park, M.D.
Retina Treatment Specialist
Jurik R. Bilyk, M.D.
Eyelid Surgery Specialist

Eye Care of Delaware Treatments and Surgical Options

Jeffrey Boyd, M.D. and Paul Mitchell, O.D. – along with the rest of our knowledgeable, courteous staff – are dedicated to delivering the highest level of medical care through cataract, cornea, glaucoma and refractive surgical treatments that exceed the expectations of our patients.

Cataract Surgery Center

Cataract surgery is one of the most often performed and successful eye surgeries.

Our cataract surgery center features:
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • No general anesthesia – safer and less invasive
  • Experts in blade-free (bladeless) cataract surgery
  • We offer drop and dropless cataract surgery

When you choose Eye Care of Delaware, you will get the best cataract surgeon in Delaware as well as a highly-trained team to care for your eye health.

Cornea Treatment Options

Damage to your cornea can be quite painful and harmful to your vision.
Dr. Mitchell treats various cornea issues.
Cornea damage can be caused by the simplest things, such as an eye infection that goes untreated. A piece of paper grazing your cornea, or a more severe issue created by a contact lens such as corneal abrasion, inflammation or an ulcer, which can lead to permanent vision problems.

When you suspect you have a cornea issue of any type, get help right away.

Glaucoma Treatment Options

On the surface, glaucoma may seem to be a harmless eye disease. However, if left untreated, glaucoma can result in blindness.

Because glaucoma is most often asymptomatic, early detection is absolutely key. A complete dilated eye exam is an excellent screening tool. If there is suspicion for glaucoma (high eye pressure or visible damage to the optic nerve), further testing will be performed.

Dr. Mitchell is a certified medical optometrist with a special interest in glaucoma.

Refractive Surgery Center

With a variety of refractive surgical options available, choosing the one that is best requires an experienced surgeon. Dr. Boyd is this surgeon.

At Eye Care of Delaware, we primarily offer these refractive surgeries:
  • LASIK – laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis
  • PRK – photorefractive keratectomy
  • ICL – implantable collamer lens
  • RLE – refractive lens exchange
Learn more about your refractive surgical options now.

Additional Eye Care Treatments Available

We offer leading eye care treatments and surgeries driven by expertise, innovation and compassion. Our skilled opthamologists deliver a wide range of treatment options for the most common eye disorders and vision impairments.

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Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid surgery treats droopy eyelids and removes excess skin, fat or muscle from the eyelids.

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Dry Eye

Artificial tears lubricate the eyes to reduce dry eye issues such as itching, redness and burning.

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Lasik

LASIK eye surgery corrects vision problems using advanced laser technology.

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Retinal Treatments

We use advanced retinal treatments to treat a range of retinal diseases.