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5 out of 5 stars Botox

Wonderful - Pensacola, FL

He is an exceptional doctor. He actually takes his time and listens to my concerns. I have had other doctors give me Botox and it didn't do what I wanted. He knew exactly where to put it and how much I needed to still have some movement in my face. Thank you Dr. M, you're the BEST!!!!

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology

Memberships

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)
American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS)
American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)

Consultation Fee

Free

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Mills has hospital affiliations at The Andrews Institute - Gulf Breeze, Baptist Hospital - Pensacola, North Okaloosa Medical Center, Sacred Heart Hospital - Pensacola, Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BA in Biochemistry with Departmental Honors, Wheaton College
    Medical: MD, University of Michigan Medical School
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Fellowship: Oculo Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Albany Medical Center, Lions Eye Institute
    Residencies:
    Ophthalmology, University of Florida
    Transitional Year Residency, Oakwood Hospital

Treatments offered at Mills Eye + Facial Surgery

Most popular answers from David M. Mills, MD, FACS

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How can I avoid Botox Side Effects?

Botox has an excellent safety record in terms of medical complications. The effect however, is designed to work in some areas and not others.... READ MORE

One Brow Not Moving 1 Month After Brow Lift

The dissection and movement of the tissues required to elevate the forehead and eyebrows during endocopic brow lift surgery can cause dysfunction of... READ MORE

Would Liposuction Alone Improve the Neck and Chin Area?

Your point is well-taken regarding your age, and I'm glad you mentioned it because it is the first thing I look at on the chart when going in to see a... READ MORE

How Long Will a SMAS Facelift Last?

My other colleagues make good points. In adding to the discussion, I would offer several points: 1. Any cosmetic procedure will provide longer-lasting... READ MORE

No Results from Active FX

I concur with the other opinion presented. The most difficult part of this forum is the lack of photos. We can only provide information based on our... READ MORE

How to Tell if I Got PRK or Lasik?

When doing PRK, alcohol is used to loosen the epithelium, or the surface of the cornea, and it is typically placed in a well held securely down on the... READ MORE

Waiting Time Before Revision Blepharoplasty?

Surgery is essentially planned trauma to the tissues. Most surgeons would recommend waiting 6 months after a trauma and primary reconstruction before... READ MORE

Can Latisse Seep into Eyes While Sleeping?

Even when used as directed, there is still a chance of iris darkening with Latisse. In our experience, it doesn't seem to require the agent actually... READ MORE

5 weeks post operation. Is it safe to get my eyebrows tattooed this week? (Photo)

Although the best advice would always tell you to ask the surgeon who did your surgery first, I see no reason why it would be any more risky now than... READ MORE

I will turn 60 in August. I'm looking for facial rejuvenation. However, my left eye is prosthetic. What do you suggest? (Photo)

I applaud you for sharing, especially about the eye. This raises an important issue in terms of surgeon-selection. ASOPRS-certified surgeons with... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Mills

David M. Mills, MD, FACS has shared 1 before and after picture with 15 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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Practicing for 10 year.
Board Certifications
Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology
Memberships
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)
American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS)
American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)
Consultation Fee

Free

Hospital Privileges
Dr. Mills has hospital affiliations at The Andrews Institute - Gulf Breeze, Baptist Hospital - Pensacola, North Okaloosa Medical Center, Sacred Heart Hospital - Pensacola, Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center.
Education
  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BA in Biochemistry with Departmental Honors, Wheaton College
    Medical: MD, University of Michigan Medical School
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Fellowship: Oculo Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Albany Medical Center, Lions Eye Institute
    Residencies:
    Ophthalmology, University of Florida
    Transitional Year Residency, Oakwood Hospital

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5 out of 5 stars Botox

Wonderful - Pensacola, FL

He is an exceptional doctor. He actually takes his time and listens to my concerns. I have had other doctors give me Botox and it didn't do what I wanted. He knew exactly where to put it and how much I needed to still have some movement in my face. Thank you Dr. M, you're the BEST!!!!


Before and After Photos




How can I avoid Botox Side Effects?

Botox has an excellent safety record in terms of medical complications. The effect however, is designed to work in some areas and not others.... READ MORE

One Brow Not Moving 1 Month After Brow Lift

The dissection and movement of the tissues required to elevate the forehead and eyebrows during endocopic brow lift surgery can cause dysfunction of... READ MORE

Would Liposuction Alone Improve the Neck and Chin Area?

Your point is well-taken regarding your age, and I'm glad you mentioned it because it is the first thing I look at on the chart when going in to see a... READ MORE

How Long Will a SMAS Facelift Last?

My other colleagues make good points. In adding to the discussion, I would offer several points: 1. Any cosmetic procedure will provide longer-lasting... READ MORE

No Results from Active FX

I concur with the other opinion presented. The most difficult part of this forum is the lack of photos. We can only provide information based on our... READ MORE

How to Tell if I Got PRK or Lasik?

When doing PRK, alcohol is used to loosen the epithelium, or the surface of the cornea, and it is typically placed in a well held securely down on the... READ MORE

Waiting Time Before Revision Blepharoplasty?

Surgery is essentially planned trauma to the tissues. Most surgeons would recommend waiting 6 months after a trauma and primary reconstruction before... READ MORE

Can Latisse Seep into Eyes While Sleeping?

Even when used as directed, there is still a chance of iris darkening with Latisse. In our experience, it doesn't seem to require the agent actually... READ MORE

5 weeks post operation. Is it safe to get my eyebrows tattooed this week? (Photo)

Although the best advice would always tell you to ask the surgeon who did your surgery first, I see no reason why it would be any more risky now than... READ MORE

I will turn 60 in August. I'm looking for facial rejuvenation. However, my left eye is prosthetic. What do you suggest? (Photo)

I applaud you for sharing, especially about the eye. This raises an important issue in terms of surgeon-selection. ASOPRS-certified surgeons with... READ MORE

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