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Welcome to DiGaetano Cataract Services
Your Ophthalmologist in Daytona Beach, FL.
Call us at (386) 227-7505 today.

At DiGaetano Cataract Services, we focus on senior and adult eye exams and treatment. Whether you need an eye laser or cataract surgery, or you need an eye exam to look for signs of cataracts, glaucoma, diabetes, or macular degeneration, we understand that accuracy and caring are equally important.

If you have blurred, foggy, or clouded vision, we understand how you feel. You can trust our team of friendly board-certified eye doctors to use their extensive experience and skill to help you achieve your best eyesight. Since our practice was established in 1969, we have been proud of our reputation as caring doctors as well as for great results, and we pledge to put your interests above all else.

Cataract surgery can be performed only once in a lifetime on each eye…

Trust the experience of Dr. Margaret DiGaetano if you are considering cataract surgery. She is the only Board Certified Ophthalmologist in Volusia County who devotes her practice exclusively to cataract and lens implant surgery, with an emphasis on Premium Lens Implants, to help you see without glasses for many activities after cataract surgery.

Whatever your eye issues, we’re here to help. Call us today at (386) 227-7505, so we can help you improve your vision. We look forward to having you join our roster of satisfied patients who see the world through healthy eyes.

DiGaetano Cataract Services | (386) 227-7505

505 Health Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL 32114 1493

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00am to 5:00pm

Tuesday:

8:00am to 5:00pm

Wednesday:

8:00am to 5:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am to 5:00pm

Friday:

8:00am to 3:00pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed


Testimonials

Meet The Doctors

  • Margaret DiGaetano
    M.D.

    Dr. DiGaetano’s peers recognized her as “One of the Best Doctors in Florida” because of her outstanding clinical skills. She was also named one of “America’s Top Ophthalmologists” and “One of the Top Doctors in Her Field” based on her clinical training and experience.

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  • Jennifer Iannarelli
    O.D.

    Dr. Iannarelli provides complete optometric services including medical eye exams and treatment for eye diseases.

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  • Robert R. Young
    M.D.

    Dr. Young was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri.  He attended Washington University in St. Louis, graduating with his Bachelor’s degree.  He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from University of Maryland, School of Medicine.

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  • Itza Acevedo
    MD

    Dr. Acevedo was born and raised in Puerto Rico. She attended University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez Campus graduating with a Biology bachelor’s degree. She received her Doctor of Medicine degree from University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine in 2014 and was at the Top ten of her class.

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Testimonial

  • "Fabulous! My result from cataract surgery was exceptional. Thank you and thank you to everyone on your team."
    - Peggy W / Daytona Beach, FL

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