Cosmetic Procedures

Both Tiffany Kent, MD, PhD and Michael Boyle, MD are specialized in several different types of treatments. From cosmetic surgeries that will revitalize your face and eyes, to functional and reconstructive surgeries, our doctors are skilled with expert knowledge and experience. 



If you are unhappy with the appearance of your brows, upper eyelids or lower eyelids, there are surgical options available.  As an ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeon, we are experts in both the form and function of periorbital tissues.  Our goal is to provide you with an improved aesthetic, while ensuring the eyelids work well, and to minimize ocular complications such as dry eye, and difficulty closing the eyelids after surgery.


Upper Eyelid Surgery

Lower Eyelid Surgery

Brow Lifting



Botox® and Dysport®

Dermal Fillers



Medical-Grade Skin Care

What to expect from surgery


Eyelid surgery is performed as an outpatient procedure in the operating room with IV sedation.  Severe post-operative pain is generally not expected with these procedures.  Swelling and bruising are expected, however, and generally worsened 1-2 days following your surgical procedure.  During the first 48 hours following surgery, plan to use plenty of ice to reduce swelling.  For the first 1-2 weeks after surgery, we ask that you refrain from any strenuous activity or exercise. Sutures are removed 1-2 weeks following surgery. At this point, bruising should be improved.  Swelling is variable, and can persist for 1-2 months.