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Do you want to correct your vision without having to wear contact lenses or glasses? Has your optometrist told you that you have cataracts – or another condition such as macular degeneration – that calls for a specialist? If so, you have come to the right place.


Our Newark-based cataract and laser surgery specialists treat a range of eye conditions. For assistance, request an appointment by completing the form below.


This form is not for eye care emergencies. For all emergencies, please go straight to the nearest emergency room or call 911. This form is intended for routine appointments or information requests only.







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    Advanced Cataract and Laser Center in Newark

    Our advanced cataract and laser surgery center is located in Newark, DE. And for over two decades, we have welcomed patients located across Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.


    At Eye Care of Delaware, we treat people experiencing a range of eye diseases and vision issues. During your appointment we work to understand your eye disorder and the cause of the problem – and help provide you with the best solution.

    Eye Conditions We Treat at Eye Care of Delaware

    The following disorders are among the most common reasons patients request an appointment at Eye Care of Delaware.

    Cataract Surgery

    There are various kinds of cataracts, including age-related cataracts and traumatic cataracts. To ensure patients can access the best treatment for their condition, we offer several types of cataract surgery. Laser-assisted cataract surgery is one of the more popular treatments we offer. When getting a cataract removed, a patient may also choose to get an intraocular lense (IOL) to correct their vision issues.

    Cornea Treatments

    The cornea controls the light entering the eye, enabling a person to focus. Unfortunately, various cornea disorders can disrupt this process and cause blurry, light-sensitive vision. If you experience any eye pain or vision deterioration, determining the source of the condition (such as an eye ulcer, dry eye or ocular allergies) is necessary – along with an effective treatment to reverse and/or reduce further damage.

    Refractive Surgery

    Refractive surgery is used to correct refractive errors in the eye. At Eye Care of Delaware, we provide laser vision correction solutions such as LASIK and PRK, refractive lens exchange, as well as implantable collamer lens procedures.

    Glaucoma Treatments

    Vision blind spots, eye redness and halos of light are some of the common symptoms of glaucoma. If you experience any of these signs, request an appointment at our Delaware eye center. Early detection is one of the vital factors in preventing severe vision loss.


    Besides treating the above-mentioned conditions, our eye care specialists treat issues of the retina and eye lids when they interfere with your vision.

    Get Help With Eye Care Treatments and Vision Correction Surgery Now

    If you need help with an eye condition, reach out to Eye Care of Delaware for trusted diagnostic services and surgical procedures. We are here to deliver an ocular health assessment at our Newark eye center. Request a consultation using the form above, or call (302) 454-8800.

    Eye Care of Delaware Treatments & Surgeries

    Our Delaware cataract and laser surgery center is home to many advanced eye surgery procedures and treatments. We offer solutions for these most common eye disorders.

    Eye that has a cataract because it hasn't had cataract removal surgery


    Cataract surgery can correct a cloudy, natural lens, while also correcting one’s vision with an IOL replacement.

    Eye that has damage to the cornea and needs treatment


    Resolve corneal infections with effective treatments ranging from dry eye to ocular surface disease.

    Cloudy eye ball because it hasn't been treated for Glaucoma


    Accurate glaucoma testing and treatment is essential to reduce the risk of vision loss as you age.

    Eye on a person's face after refractive surgery


    Refractive lens exchange will correct farsightedness, nearsightedness or astigmatism.

    Eyelid getting marketing for eyelid surgery


    Reshape and remove excess skin and fatty tissue from the eyelids with eyelid surgery.

    Eye that needs a retinal treatment


    Retinal treatments stop gradual vision loss from macular degeneration, retinal tears or detachment.