Dr. Dino D’Onofrio began the practice of Optometry in 1978 after earning both his Bachelors in Science and Doctor of Optometry cum laude from the Illinois College of Optometry.
At ICO, he was inducted into Beta Sigma Kappa and Tomb and Key Honor Fraternities. There, he also served as a clinical teaching assistant and a tutor and was a member of the Council on Ethics and Advancement of Professionalism and the Omega Epsilon Phi Professional Optometry Fraternity. In 1985 he was inducted into the American Academy of Optometry as a Fellow. Additionally, he has been a member of the American Optometric Association for over 30 years and has served as both secretary and board member of the Rochester Optometric Society. Throughout his career he has conducted research and lectured as a clinical investigator for various contact lens manufacturers.
In the community, Dr. D’Onofrio was active in the Webster Lion’s Club, serving on its board and as its president in 1988. He also was a member of the board of directors of the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired from 1992-1995.
Dr. D’Onofrio enjoys music of all genres but it particularly fond of jazz. He is an accomplished drummer and volunteers at local nursing homes and the VA in a Dixieland combo. He also is a member of the St.Paul’s Church Choir. He enjoys and occasional round of golf and is an avid fan of the Buffalo Bills, New York Yankees, and Syracuse Orangemen.
Dr. D’Onofrio is married to his high school sweetheart, Karen. They reside in Webster and they have one daughter, Kristen, who is currently enrolled in the doctoral program for Clinical Audiology at Vanderbilt University Medical School.
Dr. D'Onofrio cares for patients at the Irondequoit location.