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As a child, Dr. Breaux was a military brat and traveled extensively. He graduated from high school in Okinawa, Japan. In 2001, he completed his undergraduate studies at Houston Baptist University. Here, he earned a double major in Biology and Psychology. He then attended University of Houston College of Optometry and earned his Doctorate in 2006. During this time, he was honored with the Swietzer Award for Excellence in low vision and rehabilitation. Dr. Breaux's internship specialized in primary care and hospital-based optometry with emphasis on glaucoma, ocular pathology, trauma and surgical co-management. He had much of his training in East Texas. His rotations included practicing full-scope optometry at the Golden Eye Clinic in Center, Golden Eye Associates in Carthage and the Lehmann Eye Center in Nacogdoches. He completed his internship at Evans Army Community Hospital in Fort Carson, Colorado. While in school, Dr. Breaux provided eye care as a Harris County Hospital District Volunteer during Hurricane Katrina.
He is currently a member of the Texas Optometric Association and the Harris County Optometric Society.
Dr. Breaux regularly goes on international mission trips as a member of a medical team in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. While there, the team provides eye, medical, dental and spiritual care to impoverished communities.
He and his wife Amy have two children, Gavin and Heidi. They are members of The Woodlands United Methodist Church. Other interests include playing the guitar, music, cars and travel.
Dr. Eli Gigliotta was born and raised in Spring, TX. He attended Klein Oak and later went on to earn his bachelor degree in Biology from Texas A&M University. He graduated with a Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 2016. While at UH, he was a member of the International Optometric Honors Society, received letters of excellence for his clinical skills during every semester, and graduated with honors.
Dr. Gigliotta’s interests come from the experience gained during his specialized internships. His first clinical rotation included a primary care practice in Humble specializing in geriatrics, age related macular degeneration, and co-management of cataract surgery. He completed his second rotation through Memorial Hermann, where he worked alongside retinal surgeons managing and treating retinal diseases including diabetic retinopathy and sickle cell anemia.
Dr. Gigliotta is passionate about patient education, and has a special interest in treating children of all ages as well as managing dry eye disease and complex contact lens fittings. He is an active member of the Texas Optometric Association, and when he is not practicing, Dr. Gigliotta enjoys spending his free time relaxing and traveling with his beautiful wife Natalie.