Jeffrey Zuravleff, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Dr. Zuravleff specializes in ophthalmology, specifically in oculoplastic and reconstructive surgery.


Dr. Zuravleff received his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine and Master of Science from the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Public Health. He received residency training in ophthalmology and a fellowship in oculoplastics – orbital surgery at Duke University Medical Center. He was Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology in 1991.


Dr. Jeffrey Zuravleff has taught a generation of physicians at the Medical College of Virginia and Veterans Administration Hospitals in the field of oculoplastics and orbital surgery and has lectured locally, nationally and internationally. He is past chief of staff of the Richmond Eye and Ear Hospital and Stony Point Surgery Center, is a member of state and national medical societies and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. As an oculoplastic and orbital surgeon since 1990, he has managed the care of over 10,000 patients with functional and aesthetic issues of the face.


As a specialist in oculoplastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Zuravleff treats both functional and aesthetic problems of the upper face and eye region. Facial disfigurement and scarring from trauma, facial paralysis, tearing, thyroid eye disease and excision and reconstruction of cancerous lesions are among the many medical problems treated by Dr. Zuravleff. Facial rejuvenation services include surgical intervention such as blepharoplasty and forehead lifts as well as non-surgical treatments with Botox and facial fillers.

Personal Profile

With his wife, Lynn, Dr. Zuravleff lives on a historic farm in Hanover County. Dr. Zuravleff is also an amateur potter and enjoys outdoor sportsman activities.


2019 MEDARVA Patient Choice Award

2019 Patient Choice Award


The following procedures are performed by this doctor.

Dry eye/tear solutions

Tears lubricate and protect your eyes and help maintain clear vision. When too few or poor quality tears are produced, dry eye occurs, causing a gritty, uncomfortable feeling, with blurriness and a feeling of something lodged in the eye.

Eyelid lesions

Eyelid surgery


Iridotomy is the formation of a small hole in the iris (the colored portion of your eye) to allow excess fluid to drain behind the iris, where it can be more easily absorbed.

Removal of cyst/pimple on or in eyelid

Cysts, pimples, or sties are caused by bacteria that get into the oil glands in the eyelids.

Removal of growth on conjunctiva

These growths are thought to be caused by UV light exposure, such as sunlight. The growth typically occurs from the nasal side of the sclera, or the white part of your eye.

Repair of non-functioning or blocked tear duct

A blocked tear duct results in your tears not being able to drain normally. This often leaves you with a watery and irritated eye. Blocked tear ducts are the result of a partial or complete obstruction in the tear drainage system.

Upper eyelid surgery

Upper Eyelid Surgery is done to improve the appearance of the upper eyelids, or to fix any defects, deformities, or disfigurations. The procedure is done to restore correct function to the eyelids. Eyelid problems can interfere with your vision.