Meet Dr. Marina Zorrilla

My Philosophy

The decision to elect cosmetic surgery is personal, so it is my goal for each patient to feel welcomed, understood, and validated. An unsurpassed patient experience begins by listening to my patients and providing them with safe and honest guidance and care from start to finish— from initial consultation to pre-op to surgery and recovery. When cosmetic surgery begins with care, the results will look and feel beautiful.




Exceptional Experience

Dr. Marina Zorrilla

Dr. Astrid Marina Zorrilla M.D., known by her patients as Dr. Marina, is a bilingual (English and Spanish), double-board certified physician in cosmetic surgery and obstetrics and gynecology. 

Growing up in Puerto Rico, Dr. Marina lived there until leaving to attend the University of Florida. She completed her undergraduate studies in Biology and graduated cum laude. Continuing her studies at the University of Florida College of Medicine, she became a “Double Gator” when she obtained her medical degree. 

Small yet impactful experiences shape one’s path and culminate in one’s expression of self through profession. Dr. Marina grew up an equestrian and enjoyed arts and crafts to express her creativity. Horseback riding and artistic expression developed her manual dexterity, fast decision-making, and critical thinking. The skills gained from these early passions translated to strong skillsets and talent in the operating room.

While in medical school, Dr. Marina developed an interest in women’s health and the surgery challenges for women. She completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Miami and Jackson Memorial Hospital. With her natural attention to detail, aesthetic eye, and wanting to deepen her scope of women’s wellness, Dr. Marina pursued a fellowship in Cosmetic Surgery under the directorship of Dr. Michael Rodriguez in Miami, Florida. 

Dr. Marina is a talented surgeon specializing in vaginal cosmetic surgery and body contouring. She is a fellow of both the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. Her dual training in cosmetic surgery and gynecology gives her a unique ability to meet the needs of women to enhance their beauty and attend to women’s wellness needs. 

When she is not providing patient care, Dr. Marina enjoys time on Florida’s beaches, a good workout, and nail art. She one day hopes to camp on Mt. Everest, but her present goal is to continue helping women feel exceptionally confident by providing beautiful results in cosmetic surgery and vaginal rejuvenation.

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Curriculum Vitae


Double board-certified in cosmetic surgery* (FAACS) and obstetrics and gynecology (FACOG)


2020 - 2021 AACS General Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship, Miami FL

2016 - 2020 University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency

2012 – 2016 University of Florida College of Medicine, M.D.

2008 - 2012 University of Florida, B.S. in Biology, Minor in French and Francophone Studies, cum laude


Fluent English and Spanish, Intermediate French

* The specialty recognition identified herein has been received from a private organization not affiliated with or recognized by the Florida Board of Medicine.








Publications & Presentations

Zorrilla AM, Sanchez-Covarrubias AP, Martin K, Rodriguez M. Pain Management and Opioid Consumption after Outpatient Cosmetic Surgery. American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery. Published online August 12 2022. 

March 2022. Zorrilla AM. Opioid Use after Outpatient Cosmetic Surgeries with Renuvion. 2nd Renuvion Users Meeting Speaker Presentation.

April 2020 Montgomerie E, Zorrilla AM, Sanchez A, Duthely L, Potter J, Bahadue F. The Impact of Obesity on Persistence and Regression after Excision of Precancerous Lesions among Women Living with HIV. 2020 ASCCP Poster Presentation.  

Sept 2018 Zorrilla AM, Fein LA, James K, Alhman PP, Mohan PP, Pastor Carvajar SM. Retroperitoneal hematoma secondary to rupture of ovarian artery pseudoaneurysms: case report and review of literature. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2018 Sep 12:1-3. 

July 2015 Montoya-Ferrer A, Zorrilla AM, Viljoen J, Moles JP, Newell ML, Van de Perre P, Tuaillon E. High level of HBV DNA virus in the breast milk seems not to contraindicate  
breastfeeding. Mediterranean journal of hematology and infectious diseases, 2015 Jul 1;7(1). 

May 2014 Zorrilla AM, Montoya-Ferrer A, Tuaillon E, Van de Perre P. Quantification of HBV DNA and HBsAg in breast milk from mothers co-infected with HIV and HBV. Poster presented at UF Medical Student Research Day; Gainesville, Fl.  

May 2010 Semple-Rowland SL, Coggin WE, Geesey M, Hochman M, Abraham L, Walling E, Zorrilla AM, Ludlow R, Verrier JD, SmithWC. Lentiviral Vectors Carrying Dual Promoters and 2A Cleavage Peptides Permit Targeted Delivery of Multiple Proteins to Neural Retina. Abstract presented and published online at ARVO Annual Meeting; Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 

Medical Illustrations

May 2020 Figure 1A and 1B, Sfakianaki, A. K., et al. "Editorial–Potential risks of the SARS related coronavirus 2 infection [COVID-19] in pregnancy." 

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