Your eyesight is quite possibly your greatest treasure.With it, you're able to fully enjoy the company of your family, grasp the beauty of your surroundings, and appreciate your experiences to the fullest. Del Negro & Senft Eye Associates strives to monitor and protect your gift of sight by offering customized treatment plans as well as advanced surgical procedures for various eye diseases and conditions. Del Negro & Senft’s eye doctors in Monmouth County are committed to providing the best possible medical treatment and services. Your vision is critical to your overall health, and you can count on us to provide a treatment plan that will make a difference. Whether it concerns your annual exam, cataracts, glaucoma, cornea, or advanced surgical procedures, our team of eye doctors will provide world-class treatment and support.
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About Del Negro & Senft
Eyes are Everything
At Del Negro & Senft Eye Associates, the vision, care, and comfort of our patients is our greatest priority. Everyone on our staff realizes that you are more than just a pair of eyes with a vision...Learn More
Ralph G. Del Negro, D.O.
Since its inception in 1992, Dr. Del Negro has been President and Managing Partner of Del Negro & Senft Eye Associates. After receiving an undergraduate degree from Lafayette College, Dr. Del Negro earned his medical degree from the University of Medicine & Dentistry of...Find out more
Carl J. Senft, M.D.
Dr. Senft graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1989. He went on to complete a Masters in Science in Human Nutrition at Columbia University before attending Wake Forest University School of Medicine, where he received his M.D. in 1995....Find out more
Marina Glatman, M.D.
Dr. Marina Glatman received her undergraduate degree from Amherst College where she pursued a double major in Biology and French language. Before starting medical school, Dr. Glatman was involved in research on Alzheimer’s disease at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York. She obtained...Find out more
Individuals with diabetes should be aware that they may experience signs of MGD (Meibomian Gland Dysfunction) at a greater rate than the average person, according to a recent article in Ocular Surgery News. As we approach Diabetic Awareness Month, it is important to take...Find out more