Dr. Moelleken's Background
Brent Moelleken, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon practicing in Beverly Hills and Santa Barbara. Double board certified, he received his training at Harvard University, Yale University, UCSF and UCLA. Dr. Moelleken is one of three specialty-trained surgeons in the world to complete the year-long Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship at UCLA. He maintains the prestigious F.A.C.S. degree and is a member of the ASPS and ASAPS. Dr. Moelleken has innovated various procedures including LiveFill®, autologous fat-fascial grafts; the USIC® & LUSIC® cheeklifts, short incision cheeklifts; the 360 Facelift®, a comprehensive natural appearing facelift and volume adjustment procedure; and the Hybrid Tummy Tuck®, a short incision tummy tuck for fit moms. He believes in publishing the results of his innovations in peer-reviewed journals. Results of Dr. Moelleken’s studies have been published in books, articles and the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery journal; have been presented at various international meetings. He has been selected by Marquis’ Who’s Who in America’s Top Plastic Surgeons in Los Angeles, LA Magazine’s “Top Doctors in Los Angeles," and is on numerous Top Doctors Lists including Vogue Magazine’s “Top 10 Plastic Surgeons in America”. He has appeared on numerous local and national television segments including Extreme Makeover, as a featured member of the the “Extreme Team”; Dr. Oz, CNN, Extra, BBC, Oprah, E! Entertainment, Discovery Health Channel, MTV, MSNBC, NBC, CBS and numerous local television programs and many print venues including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, People Magazine (2 cover stories), and numerous national and international print stories. He is frequently featured in European and Asian television segments including programs in the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany and numerous Spanish speaking channels in South and Central America. He is also the founder of The About Face Surgical Foundation, a non-profit 501c3 corporation that helps victims of domestic abuse or accidents repair their physical disfigurements with plastic surgery. All proceeds are donated fully towards patient care.
- Ucsf Medical Center
- Medical School, 1987
- Yale University School of Medicine
- New Haven, CT