Raindrop® Near Vision Inlay
Newly Approved by the FDA for Presbyopia Patients
Patients with problems focusing on nearby objects or print have a new option to correct this condition. The Raindrop® Near Vision Inlay offers a safe, effective way to treat presbyopia, more commonly referred to as the aging eye condition. Consulting with your Houston eye surgeon can help you determine if the Raindrop® Near Vision Inlay is right for you. Here are some key facts to guide your decision regarding this advanced new eye care technique.
Lasik Eye Surgery
See the world without contacts or glasses.
As a leader in the field of LASIK eye surgery, Mattioli Vision Professionals, a Houston eye center, can provide you with the most effective solutions for vision correction. Our Houston LASIK team specializes in helping patients to achieve clear vision without the need for bulky glasses or inconvenient contact lenses. These advanced procedures can allow you to see clearly from the first moment you wake up until you close your eyes at night. At Mattioli Vision Professionals, we are committed to providing you with the best and most practical options for your eye care needs.
Suffering from Pterygium or Carnosidad?
Also referred to as carnosidad en los ojos, surfer’s eye or farmer’s eye, pterygium is a relatively common condition among individuals who spend a great deal of time outside. In some cases, this growth is benign and poses no real issues for patients. Pterygium lesions typically grow toward the center of the eye. If they expand too far, these growths can interfere with the ability to see clearly. At Mattioli Vision Professionals, we offer laser eye surgery procedures designed to correct a wide range of problems. Our Houston pterygium specialists can remove these growths to ensure the health and beauty of your eyes.
Lens Implant – ICL
Not eligible for LASIK? Lens implant surgery could be for you.
Some patients may need a little extra help to achieve optimal vision correction. Lens implants are excellent procedures for a wide range of people, including for LASIK and non-LASIK candidates. They can provide clearer vision for many patients. There are many types of lens implants are available. The most common are posterior chamber lenses which are implanted behind the iris.
- Implantable collamer lenses are usually implanted behind the iris and in front of your eye’s own lens. These implants are approved by the FDA to treat nearsightedness.
- Intraocular lenses may also be implanted behind the iris and replace your eye’s own lens. This can correct myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia.
Fred Mattioli, MD
Over 35,000 Laser Treatments Performed
Dr. Mattioli is board-certified by the American Board of Physician Specialties in Ophthalmology. He has performed hundreds of cataract/implant procedures and 35,000 laser refractive treatments, as well as cosmetic procedures such as blepharoplasty, Botox injectables, and Juvéderm filler treatments.