At Delaware Eye Care, we stress the importance of regular eye exams and proper preventative care. We encourage our patients to practice preventative care both at home and by coming into our office for regular exams. Our doctors here at Delaware Eye Care are experts in preventing, diagnosing and treating common eye problems such as dry eye syndrome, conjunctivitis, refractive errors, cataracts, glaucoma and much more. Eye examinations are even more important for those who have existing conditions such as diabetes, which puts you at risk for eye problems. If you are looking for the right comprehensive eye care doctor for your family in Delaware, call Delaware Eye Care today!
LASIK surgery is the most commonly performed laser vision correction procedure in the United States. Our patients at Delaware Eye Care often tell us that LASIK has made a big difference in the quality of their lives, giving them freedom from the hassle of glasses and contact lenses. Our LASIK surgeons are highly skilled and experienced in performing LASIK surgery in Delaware. If you have been thinking about getting LASIK surgery, the time is now! With incredible advances in technology, you now have more options than ever! Call Delaware Eye Care today to set up your LASIK consultation.
Cataracts are among the most common eye problems in the United States. Most people will develop cataracts in their later years. Fortunately, cataracts are easily corrected through cataract surgery. As we age, the natural lens in the eye begins to fog, creating blurry and discolored vision. Cataract symptoms can range from mild to debilitating, and generally get worse as time goes on. Through cataract surgery, our surgeons at Delaware Eye Care have the ability to not only correct cataracts, but to also correct any existing refractive errors. If you are in need of cataract surgery, Delaware Eye Care can help. Call today to set up your cataract consultation in Delaware!
The retina is an essential part of our vision, which is why at Delaware Eye Care we take retinal health very seriously. A big part of keeping the retina healthy involves regular eye examinations, during which our doctors at Delaware Eye look into your retina for signs of disease. The retina is responsible for turning the light that enters the eye into signals to the brain, which then turns into the images we see. Common diseases that affect the retina include diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and retinal tears. If you are due for your next eye examination, call Delaware Eye Care today.
Glaucoma is a fairly common condition in which the pressure inside of the eye raises to a dangerous level, overtime causing irreparable damage to the optic nerve. While the effects of glaucoma are permanent, it is a very slowly progressing condition. When caught early, our doctors are able to save any remaining vision from being lost. Glaucoma does not have any symptoms, making regular eye examinations extremely important in the diagnosis of glaucoma. If you have been diagnosed with glaucoma, or if you are due for your next eye examination, call Delaware Eye Care for your appointment!
At Delaware Eye Care, we are dedicated to offering our patients the best. We carry only the best brands and styles of frames, lenses and contact lenses. Our expert optical technicians in Delaware are here to help you find the perfect fit. We are committed to helping you find exactly what you are looking for, whether you are looking for the perfect pair of prescription sunglasses, or just a fun new look, Delaware Eye care is the place for you! Come visit us at our optical shop in Delaware and see for yourself!
Dry eye syndrome is among the most common eye conditions in the United States. Dry eye is defined by a lack of tear production, resulting in the feeling of dry, itchy, gritty eyes. Symptoms range from mild to severe, and can be very frustrating if not treated properly. The doctors at Delaware Eye Care want their patients to feel at ease when it comes to their vision, and urge anyone with symptoms of this condition to schedule an eye exam. Call Delaware Eye Care today to schedule your appointment, and take the first step to managing your dry eye symptoms!