Board Certified Ophthalmologist

and Oculoplastic Surgeon

We are pleased to announce the addition of Michael Boyle M.D. to the MacQuaid Eye Institute family. Dr. Boyle, A Chicago native, is a graduate of the University of Illinois Medical School. Dr. Boyle completed his residency in Ophthalmology at Indiana University before undertaking a Cosmetic and Reconstructive Oculofacial fellowship at the University of Alabama. Dr. Boyle and Dr. MacQuaid completed their residencies together at Indiana University and have remained close friends for over 18 years.


Dr. Boyle’s clinical interests include orbital, cosmetic and reconstructive eyelid surgeries. He headed the oculoplastic division for Moh’s reconstructive surgery. He is also proficient in the latest techniques of facial cosmetics and rejuvenation. He founded the facial aesthetic division at his previous practice in Grand Rapids Michigan where he practiced for 12 years.


Dr. Boyle is Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, and is a member of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has published numerous peer-reviewed scientific articles, book chapters, and has presented his findings at multiple national meetings. Dr. Boyle served as an assistant professor of clinical ophthalmology at Michigan State University.


Finding a compatible partner who shares our high standards of ethics and patient care was of the upmost importance to MacQuaid Eye Institute. Dr. Boyle will be heading the Oculoplastics practice at our Severna Park office. He will start seeing patients in November. When he is not in clinic, you will likely find him fly fishing or scuba diving with his wife, Jennifer, and their three sons.



Upper Eyelids: The skin on the upper eyelids is thin and loses elasticity as we age. This leads to excess skin and a tired appearance.


Lower Eyelids: The skin on the lower eyelids also stretches with time. The tensile strength of the eyelid decreases which results in a mild to moderate eyelid droop. Orbital fat protrudes which leads to a “puffy bag” on the lower eyelids. The volume around the eye also decreases leading to “hollowness” around the lower eyelids.


Eyebrows: With time, the soft fatty tissue beneath the eyebrows lessens. The fat in the temples also dissipates leading to a mild brow droop.


Midface: Loses volume and descends. Making the face look aged and tired. This creates lines around the mouth. A full midface creates a more youthful appearance.


Lips: Get thinner and lose volume as we age.


Nasolabial: The nasolabial lines is the line from the corner of your nose to the outer corner of the mouth. As we age, it becomes prominent because the midface droops and we lose volume.


Jawline: The jawline becomes less defined as we age.



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