Our Team

Dr. Bryan Seiff

Dr. Bryan Seiff is a fellowship trained oculoplastic and aesthetic facial surgeon that specializes in both cosmetic and functional procedures of the eyelid, brow, and face. After graduating first in his class at UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Dr. Seiff completed his ophthalmology residency at New York Hospital-Cornell. It was during this period that Dr. Seiff discovered his passion for the intricate surgeries of the eyelid and face, leading him to pursue specialized, elite training in the field of oculofacial surgery. He was one of only 13 physicians selected from around the country to participate in a two-year oculoplastic surgery fellowship, which he completed at the University of California-San Francisco.

As an oculofacial plastic surgeon, Dr. Seiff performs many delicate procedures of the eyelid and face, including repair of droopy eyelids for improved vision and appearance, removal and reconstruction of skin cancers, improvement of tearing problems, and correction of numerous other eyelid and facial abnormalities. Dr. Seiff also maintains a very strong interest in aesthetic care. This area of his practice includes cosmetic eyelid and facial surgery, as well as non-invasive cosmetic interventions including Botox, fillers, and Kybella. He also directs the Seiff Medispa, which offers a variety of noninvasive skin and body rejuvenation treatments. Dr. Seiff treats cosmetic surgery as both a science and an art in pursuit of natural, harmonious results, and strives to provide the highest level of patient satisfaction.

Dr. Seiff is a member of the clinical faculty at Christiana Hospital, where he is dually appointed in the departments of Ophthalmology and Oral Maxillofacial Surgery. He currently serves as the section chief for facial cosmetic surgery in the OMF department. He remains active in the American Society of Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and has served as the chair of the Young ASOPRS committee. He has lectured and presented scientific papers at various national surgical meetings around the country, and has authored numerous scientific articles in text books and journals pertaining to both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery.

Dr. Seiff lives in Wilmington with his wife and two children. His greatest joy is going on adventures or playing sports with his sons and watching them grow. During his spare time, he enjoys reading, golfing, and travel, especially if it involves time at the beach.

Dr. John W. Gillespie III

Dr. Gillespie was born in Newark, DE and raised in Hockessin, DE. He is married with two beautiful daughters.

He attended Salesianum High School and University of Delaware, where he received his B.A. in Biological Sciences.

Dr. Gillespie always wanted to enter the medical field, but it wasn’t until taking on the leadership role in his clinical anatomy and dissection course in medical school at St. George’s University that he started his journey to becoming a surgeon.

Dr. Gillespie completed the prestigious General Surgery residency at Christiana Care Hospital in Delaware and obtained his Board Certification. It was during his general surgery training that his dream of becoming a Plastic Surgeon was born. A grandmother with breast cancer led the desire to pursue breast cancer reconstruction. Dr. Gillespie was selected for a Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship at the renowned Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, becoming a Board Eligible Plastic Surgeon. It was during his training that he became a leader in breast cancer reconstruction, both implant-based and autologous (“patients’ own”) tissue reconstruction. He also is highly trained in autologous microvascular free-flap reconstruction, mainly focusing on breast cancer reconstruction. During this time, Dr. Gillespie has published papers on periorbital reconstruction and abdominal wall reconstruction, as well as giving grand rounds and as an invited speaker on subjects such as abdominal wall reconstruction and post-Bariatric surgery body contouring.

He is a member of numerous medical societies; including the American College of Surgeons, Philadelphia Academy of Surgery, Robert H. Ivy Society of Plastic Surgeons. He is also a candidate for Active Membership in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Gillespie is alos involved with The American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons, American Council of Academic Plastic Surgeons, Pennsylvania and Delaware Medical Societies, and many more.

Dr. Gillespie has grown a substantial aesthetic background, including facelifts, eyelid surgery, neck lifts, breast augmentation, mommy makeovers and liposuction. He prides himself on his post-Bariatric body contouring procedures such as breast lifts/reductions, tummy tucks, whole body lifts, arm and thigh lifts. He is also the leading plastic surgeon in the Delaware area offering the “Brazilian Butt Lift.” Dr. Gillespie is also one of the few plastic surgeons in the entire United States offering treatment for a rare but real illness referred to as, “Breast Implant Illness Syndrome.” Dr. Gillespie holds medical licenses in PA and DE and has offices in Wilmington and Dover, DE.

Tania Martins

Originally from Portugal, Tania and her family moved to Long Island, New York at the age of seven. After graduating from the New York Institute of Beauty in 2010, she moved to Delaware with her husband to start a family.  Now with over 10 years of experience in the medical aesthetic field, Tania strives to make a positive change in her clients’ lives. Using today’s latest treatments and at home skin regimens, she can customize a treatment plan for each client based on their age, ethnicity, skin color, and skin concerns.  Her goal is to create healthy, glowing skin for all her patients. Tania specifically enjoys working with lasers and other new technologies, including the OPUS plasma, which helps resurface and tighten skin and reduce unwanted dark spots. These treatments help her patients feel fresher, younger, and more confident in their natural, new skin.

In addition to her passion for aesthetics, Tania has a love of yoga, so much so that she became a certified instructor during her aesthetic studies. In her free time she also practices karate, and enjoys walks with her basset hound “Hoot” at Delaware’s state parks and ecological preserves. Thanks to her worldly upbringing, Tania is also fluent in Portuguese and understands Spanish.  

Beatrice Gaynor

Beatrice Gaynor, better known as  “Bebe,” is a Family Nurse Practitioner (NP) with over 25 years of experience as a NP and over 30 years of experience as a Registered Nurse in Delaware.  Bebe was born and raised in Pennsylvania.  While she attended the University of Delaware (UD) for her undergraduate degree she met her husband and hasn’t left Delaware since (well she does travel).  After earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from UD she earned her Masters of Science in Nursing from Wilmington University.  She later earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science from UD and is a UD Assistant Professor where she teaches NP students and conducts research.

For fun, Bebe works as a Nurse Injector with her friends, which include patients and co-workers at Seiff Center for Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery. Listening to patients, educating them, supporting them on their aesthetic journey, and delivering realistic, naturally beautiful results is her professional and artistic Zen sandbox. 

Bebe is the happily married mother of 2 amazing people. She enjoys a life loving her family, eating, exercising, and watching The Big Bang Theory.

Office Hours

Mon – Thurs: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Friday: 8:30am – 3:00pm
Sat – Sun: Closed



Dover Office

200 Banning Street, Suite #370
Dover, DE 19904
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Lewes Office

1540 Savannah Road
Lewes, DE 19958
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