Cosmetic Surgery


Dr. Kristen Tarbet, M.D. FACS


Beauty, With An EYE For Detail And Finesse

Richens Eye Center is proud to associate with Board Certified Ophthalmologist, Facial Plastic Cosmetic, and Reconstructive Surgeon Dr. Kristin Tarbet. With over 20 years of experience, she places her patients in good hands with excellent patient satisfaction. In addition, her subspecialty focus provides detailed knowledge of the facial region. This focus allows a total concentration of her skills on the most advanced, safe, and effective techniques in ophthalmic facial plastic cosmetic and reconstructive surgery.

The Best In Ophthalmic Facial Plastic Cosmetic And Reconstructive Surgery

The face and especially the eyes are the central focus in our everyday interactions with others. Yet, seeking improvement in these areas is often intimidating and overwhelming. Dr. Tarbet specializes in eyelids and facial plastic surgery, working with the most current and up-to-date research and information to ensure our patients achieve their desired results.

Dr. Tarbet's goal is to give you a truly natural result. In Facial Plastic Surgery, a doctor cannot hide their work under the patient's clothing. That is why we pride ourselves on receiving comments from our patients. We use the compliments and input they get from others to assure the best outcome possible for you. Often the compliments received are measured in how young, rested, and vibrant they look. Our patients frequently report that their friends and family could not identify that they had work done! While still commenting on their new youthful and reinvigorated appearance.

The results are only attainable because Dr. Tarbet's only focus is on you, her patient. She provides individual attention listens to your goals, concerns, desired areas of improvement, and post-procedure expectations. Dr. Tarbet's focus on your needs has driven her for over 20 years resulting in expectations exceeded for patients. Experience a Southern Utah Doctor that will listen, educate, recommend, and counsel you to a better outcome.

Oculoplastic Surgery

  • Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Facelift & Necklift Surgery
  • Lacrimal Surgery
  • Orbital Surgery
  • Graves Disease
  • Blepharospasm
  • Skin Cancers/Facial Lesion

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