Assistant Professor, College Of Medicine Ophthalmology
- Fellowship, Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Center for Facial Appearances, 2012
- Residency, Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 2010
- Internship, Preliminary Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center, 2007
- Medical School, Johns Hopkins University, 2006
- MD, Johns Hopkins University, 2006
Dr. Ilya Leyngold is a board certified surgeon who specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids, orbit, lacrimal system, and face.
At the age of 13 Dr. Leyngold and his family moved to the US from Moscow, Russia. After finishing high school in Jacksonville, FL he received his undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Florida State University. He then attended medical school at Johns Hopkins University where he earned multiple research and clinical awards, including the nomination for the most outstanding medical student in his graduating class to enter The Wilmer Eye Residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
After completing a 1-year internship at the University of Maryland and 3 years of residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital he was selected for a 2-year ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship position certified by the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS) with a world renowned oculoplastic surgeon, Dr. Richard L. Anderson in Salt Lake City, Utah. During his fellowship training Dr. Leyngold performed over 2,500 cosmetic and reconstructive eyelid, orbital, and facial procedures working closely with ENT, plastic, and maxillofacial surgeons.
In addition to his clinical expertise in ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr.Leyngold has published numerous articles and book chapters in his field. He has also taught and lectured on orbital trauma surgery and periocular facial rejuvenation techniques.
Dr.Leyngold sees patients at the USF Eye Institute and TGH Healthpark clinic. He performs surgery at Morsani Ambulatory Surgery Center, Moffitt Cancer Center, and Tampa General Hospital operating rooms.
Primary Address , 13127 USF Magnolia Drive Tampa, FL 33612
Mail Point , MDC Box 21 ,
Physical Billing Address , 12901 Bruce B Downs BLVD Tampa, FL 33612
- Cosmetic eyelid and facial surgery
- Reconstructive eyelid surgery
- Nasolacrimal system reconstruction
- Orbital tumors
- Orbital fractures
- Thyroid Eye Disease
- Facial and eyelid cancer reconstruction
- Investigation of minimally invasive approaches in the treament of eyelid and orbital disease
- Oculofacial Plastic AND Reconstructive SurgeryOphthalmology
- American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (Member, 2013 -
- American Academy of Ophthalmology (Fellow, 2012 -
Demetriades, AM.Leyngold, IM.D'Anna, S.Eghrari, AO.Emmert, DG.Grant, MP.Merbs, SL.
Intraglandular Injection of Botulinum Toxin A Reduces Tear Production in Rabbits.
Ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery. , 2012.
Leyngold, M.Leyngold, I.Letourneau, PR.Zamboni, WA.Shah, H.
Basal cell carcinoma and rhinophyma.
Annals of plastic surgery. 61(4) : 410-2, 2008.
Lekhanont, K.Leyngold, IM.Suwan-Apichon, O.Rangsin, R.Chuck, RS.
Comparison of topical dry eye medications for the treatment of keratoconjunctivitis sicca in a botulinum toxin B-induced mouse model.
Cornea. 26(1) : 84-9, 2007.
Leyngold, I.Baughman, K.Kasper, E.Ardehali, H.
Comparison of survival among patients with connective tissue disease and cardiomyopathy (systemic sclerosis, systemic lupus erythematosus, and undifferentiated disease).
The American journal of cardiology. 100(3) : 513-7, 2007.
Antonarakis, ES.Wung, PK.Durand, DJ.Leyngold, I.Meyerson, DA.
An atypical complication of atypical pneumonia.
The American journal of medicine. 119(10) : 824-7, 2006.
Korepanova, A.Douglas, C.Leyngold, I.Logan, TM.
N-terminal extension changes the folding mechanism of the FK506-binding protein.
Protein science : a publication of the Protein Society. 10(9) : 1905-10, 2001.