Jeffrey L. Peckinpaugh, MD is a native Montanan that is fellowship trained
as an oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon. He is one of a few surgeons
in Montana to complete a formal fellowship training program in the field
of oculoplastics, which is also referred to as ophthalmic plastic and
reconstructive surgery. His specialty focuses on the medical and surgical
care of the eyelids, eye socket, tear drainage system and peri-orbital
area of the face.
Dr. Peckinpaugh is a board certified ophthalmologist and a member of the
American Board of Ophthalmology.
"I view the care of the eye, eyelids, orbit and peri-orbital area
of the face through the modern perspective of an ophthalmologist trained
in the complete medical and surgical care of the eye. I believe this knowledge
and mindset enables a thorough and careful approach to your care." JLP
Dr. Peckinpaugh offers comprehensive expertise within his discipline specializing
in both functional and cosmetic surgery. In addition, he has published
several papers in the field of oculoplastics and has given presentations
at national and local meetings. He continues to be actively involved in
clinical investigation to further progress the field of ophthalmic plastics.
Dr. Peckinpaugh was born and raised in Western Montana. He graduated from
Montana State University magna cum laude (4.0 GPA) and received his medical
degree with highest honors from the University of Washington in Seattle,
Washington. He completed his surgical training in ophthalmology at the
University of Washington Medical Center. His residency was immediately
followed by a fellowship in ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery
at Tufts Medical Center and New England Eye Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
Outside of his practice, Dr. Peckinpaugh is thrilled to be back living
in Montana. He enjoys spending free time with family and friends in the
outdoor wonders of Montana.