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Julie Miller M.D., Ph.D., was born, raised and educated through college in Jersey City. After college, she sought a change of scenery in New Orleans, LA, where she attended Tulane University School of Medicine. There she received her M.D. and Ph.D. She came back home for ophthalmology training at the prestigious Harkness Eye Institute of Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City.

During her training, she participated in hundreds of complex cases that many eye surgeons never see in their entire careers. In addition, she learned state of the art ophthalmologic techniques from leaders in the field, including the inventor of the laser used in refractive surgery.

Dr. Miller is a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and is board certified. She specializes in plastic surgery of the eyelid such as blepharoplasty, droopy eyelid repair, and eyelid lift. Dr. Miller also manages our APS Non-Invasive Center, specializing in non-surgical procedures to revitalize and beautify your appearance. These procedures include Botox, Fillers, CoolSculpting, Ultherapy, Vampire Facial, and our newly developed PhatFacial.


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We are just informing you that we are OPEN.  To protect your health and the health of our staff, the following protocols will be in place:

  • All staff and patients will have their temperature scanned upon entry. If it is high, that person will have to leave.
  • The patient rooms will be disinfected after every patient, and the waiting room will be cleaned every hour.
  • The waiting room will maintain social distancing and not be overcrowded. Patients are asked not to bring extra people with them unless needed for care or translation.
  • Facial coverings must be worn by patients and staff as long as the executive order is in effect.
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