Dr. Mattioli had LASIK himself over 22 years ago and has been practicing in Houston since 2001, caring for and treating local and international patients. He has personally treated several Wounded Warriors.
Dr. Mattioli is board-certified by the American Board of Physician Specialties in Ophthalmology. He has performed hundreds of cataract/implant procedures, and 65,000+ laser SMILE, LASIK, and PRK. Additionally, he performs specialized procedures including EVO ICL for myopia and astigmatism, as well as Intacs and crosslinking for keratoconus.
Dr. Mattioli was the founding medical director for a LASIK practice managed by a large laser corporation from 2003 to 2012. Since 2012, all his LASIK/ SMILE patients are seen and treated in the patient-oriented comfort of his private practice. Mattioli Vision Professionals is the #1 SMILE center in Houston, TX. We have partnered with IQ Laser Vision making our practice the #1 SMILE provider in the country!
His numerous affiliations include multiple professional ophthalmology societies as well as privileges with University of Houston Surgery Center. He speaks Spanish fluently.
He is certified on Alcon WaveLight 400Hz, 500Hz and FS200; AMO Visx CustomVue S4 with Iris Registration, Intralase 60Hz and iFS; Bausch and Lomb Technolas, Zyoptix, Hansatome; Nidek Excimer Laser; Staar Visian ICL, EVO EVO+ ICL; and Intacs Intracorneal Rings. He utilizes premium lens implants including trifocals and astigmatism correcting lenses for cataract and refractive lens exchange procedures.
Dr. Mattioli is the #1 SMILE provider in Houston. Our laser procedures are 100% blade FREE. Almost all of our treatments for you can be performed in our private surgical suite.
I enjoy my work and my life outside the office, where I spend my time with my wife, our four children, and close friends. I enjoy fishing, yoga, sports, and barbecuing gaucho-style.
Determining if you are a candidate for laser vision correction starts with your personalized consultation. The consultation is completely free with no obligations. This enables us to perform a few optometry exams to understand your current vision issues. Once that is determined your vision correction options can be presented and discussed with you.