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Brent R. W. Moelleken, CA

Country: United States
State: California
City: Beverly Hills
Address: 120 South Spalding Dr., Suite 340 - Beverly Hills, CA 90212
E-mail: [email protected]
Telephone: (310) 273-1001
Fax: (310) 205-4881
Website: www.drbrent.com
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Training / Credentials
Brent Moelleken, MD, FACS is a Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon with offices in Beverly Hills and Santa Barbara. He is double board certified by the American Board of Surgery and American Board of Plastic Surgery and specializes in cosmetic surgery. He received his premedical, medical and surgical training at Harvard University, Yale University, UCSF and UCLA. He is one of three specialty-trained surgeons in the world to complete the yearlong Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship at UCLA. He has the prestigious FACS degree and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Who's Who in America and numerous medical and scientific organizations.
 
Dr. Moelleken pioneered the cheek lift operation, a superficial, fast recovery technique for lifting and rejuvenating the midface, the area below the eyes into the cheeks. The superficial cheeklift produces a cleaner, rested appearance below the eyes than conventional lower eyelid surgery and avoids some of the pitfalls of the "done look" produced by conventional lower eyelid surgery. His technique was published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the premiere plastic surgery publication, and has appeared on numerous local, national, and international television segments.
 
Dr. Moelleken is an Attending Surgeon in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at UCLA, where he often performs surgeries and teaches residents. He specializes in patients diagnosed with skin cancers in the facial area who require complex, artful reconstructions. His greatest joy is returning them to a normal life and appearance after they have survived skin cancer.
Dr. Moelleken believes that art and perspective comprise 30% of the surgical equation, while the other 70% come from unhurried, compassionate surgical judgment, knowledge and technique. His patients range from schoolteachers to architects to celebrities, company presidents and royalty. He individualizes his surgical approach with each patient and performs all surgical consultations himself.
 
Dr. Moelleken, as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at UCLA Medical Center in the Division of Plastic Surgery, often provides free surgical services to Veterans at the West Los Angeles Veteran's Hospital with the UCLA Plastic Surgery residents.
 
Dr. Moelleken's two years of laboratory research in wound healing at the NIH funded laboratory at UCSF Medical Center and his work on numerous publications have helped him to optimize wound healing in every surgical incision, to create the finest scars possible with current technology. Dr. Moelleken keeps abreast of current research and is a frequent contributor to research in wound healing and new technology.
 
EDUCATION  

Yale University School of Medicine
New Haven, Connecticut

Medical School 1981 - 1985 M.D. 1985

Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts

English and German Literature 1980 - 1981 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

State University of New York
Albany, New York

Biology / Literature 1979 - 1980

Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana

B.A. 1979, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa

   

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING  

General Surgery Internship,
University of California, San Francisco 1985 - 1986

General Surgery Residency
,
University of California, San Francisco 1985 - 1992

General Surgery Chief Resident
,
University of California, San Francisco 1991 - 1992

Plastic Surgery Research Fellowship
,
University of California, San Francisco (Dr. Stephen J Mathes), and the Fetal Treatment Center (Dr. Thomas K Hunt, Dr. Michael R. Harrison) 1988 - 1990

Plastic Surgery Fellowship
,
University of California, San Francisco 1992-1994

Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship
,
University of California, Los Angeles 1994-1995

Private Practice, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
,
Beverly Hills, California 1995-present
 
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Certified, American Board of Surgery
Certified, American Board of Plastic Surgery
Fellowship trained, Aesthetic Surgery, UCLA
Fellow, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS)
Santa Barbara County Medical Society
Los Angeles County Medical Society
Los Angeles Plastic Surgical Society
California Society of Plastic Surgeons
Los Angeles Surgical Society
American Medical Association
California Medical Association
American Academy for the Advancement of the Sciences (AAAS)
Arthur E. Baue Surgical Society (Yale University)
Wound Healing Society, Founding Member
American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ASPRS), Fellow
American College of Surgeons (ACS), Fellow
Lipoplasty Society, Associate Member
Member, Southern California Chapter, American College of Surgeons
 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Clinical Instructor, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, UCLA 1994-present

Instructor, Introduction to Clinical Medicine, University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco, 1992-1994

 

Academic Honors and Awards

First Prize, Surgical Infection Society Marion Fellowship 1989-90

Phi Beta Kappa (Sophomore year), Purdue University

Dean's Scholar, Purdue University

Regent's Scholar, Purdue University

First in Class, Davis Senior High School

First in Class, Purdue University

First in Class, SUNY Albany

First in Class, Harvard University

Full endowed academic scholarship - Harvard University

Thesis Honors, Department of Internal Medicine, Yale School of Medicine

National Institutes of Health (NIH) Academic Training Grant in Trauma and Burns 1992

Research Funding and Grant Support

1.  Mathes SJ, Moelleken BRW, Hunt TK.  Neutrophil activation as a mediator for skin and muscle autograft success.  NIH Ro-1 Grant

2.  Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ.  Veteran's Administration, Paralyzed Veterans of America.  Neutrophil Activation in Random Pattern and Musculocutaneous Environments

3.  Moelleken, BRW.  1989 Marion Surgical Infection Society Fellowship.  The Effect of the Wound Environment on Neutrophil Activation State

4.  Moelleken, BRW, Mathes SJ.  Cox-Uphof Corporation.  The effect of tissue expansion on bone development

5.  Cann C, Moelleken BRW, Simmons D.  UCSF Dept of Radiology Research Fund.  The effect of tissue expansion on bone development

6.  Mathes SJ, Moelleken BRW.  Acuson Corporation.  Color Flow Monitoring of Microvascular Anastomoses

7.  Benhaim P, Moelleken BRW, Gabka C, Mathes SJ.  Veteran's Administration, Paralyzed Veterans of America.  Leukocyte Activation in Chronic Wounds

8.  Moelleken BRW.  National Institutes of Health Academic Training in Trauma and Burns (GM 08258), 1989-1990

Publications

1. Moelleken  BRW, Mathes SJ, Cann C, Simmons DJ, Ghafoori G.  Long-term effects of tissue expansion on cranial and long bone development in Yucatan miniature swine.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 86(5):  825-834, 1990 (lead article).

2. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Amerhauser A, Price D, Scheuenstuhl H, Hunt TK.  An adverse wound environment activates leukocytes prematurely.  Archives of Surgery 126(11):  225-231, 1991.

3. Longaker MT, Moelleken BRW, Cheng JC, Jennings RW, Minitrovich J, Levinsohn DG, Gordon L, Adzick NS, Harrison MR, Simmons D.  Fetal fracture healing in a lamb model.   Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 90(2) 161-171, 1992 (lead article).

4. Moelleken BRW, Amerhauser A, Mathes SJ.  Color flow ultrasound in flap monitoring.  Perspectives in Plastic Surgery 4(1):  112-122, 1990.

5. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Amerhauser A.  Flap monitoring techniques.  Perspectives in Plastic Surgery 4(1):  94-111, 1990.

6. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Cann C, Simmons DJ, Ghafoori G. Pressure mediated osteopenia associated with tissue expansion.  Orthopedic Transactions, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 14(2):458, 1990.

7. Moelleken BRW. Tamoxifen-Fluorouracil synergy in human breast cancer cell lines:  correlating in vitro synergy with the current estrogen receptor model.  Yale University:  New Haven, 1985.

8. Duncan B, Adzick NS, Bradley SM, Longaker MT, Crumbleholme TM, Levinsohn DG, Moelleken BRW, Chua J, Harrison MR, Kaban LB.  An in utero model of craniosynostosis.  Surgical Forum, Sept 1989.

9. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Chang N.  Latissimus dorsi muscle and musculocutaneous flaps in chest wall reconstruction.  Surgical Clinics of North America 69:5, 977-990, 1989.

10. Moelleken BRW, Longaker MT, Chang J, Simmons D, Genant H, Levinsohn D, Adzick NS, Harrison MR, Gordon L.  Fetal fracture healing in: Fetal Wound Healing, ed Adzick NS, Longaker MT, Elsevier, 1992, p.125.

11. Moelleken BRW.  Growth factors in wound healing. In: Musculoskeletal Infection. National Institutes of Health- American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Workshop on Infection, ed Esterhai W, 1991.

12. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Hunt TK.  Effect of wound environment on neutrophil function.  In:  Musculoskeletal Infection. National Institutes of Health - American Acedemy of Orthopedic Surgery, ed Esterhai W, 1991.

13. Moelleken BRW, Longaker MT, Cheng JC, Jennings RW, Minitrovich J, Levinsohn DG, Gordon L, Adzick NS, Harrison MR, Simmons D.  Fetal fracture healing:  histologic and radiologic correlates.  Surgical Forum, 1991.

14. Moelleken BRW, Ritter E, Mathes SJ, Zhang BC, Ousterhout D.  The intramandibular course of the inferior alveolar nerve:  an Anatomic Study.  Plastic Surgical Forum, 1991.

15. Chang J, Moelleken BRW, Longaker MT, Simmons D, Levinsohn D, Adzick NS, Harrison MR, Gordon L.  Fetal fracture healing in a prenatal lamb model.  Orthopedic Transactions, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 1991.

16. Anthony JP, Ritter E, Moelleken BRW.  Inferior gluteal vessels in sacral wounds.  Annals of Plastic Surgery 29(4), 1992.

17. Duncan BW, Adzick NS, Moelleken BRW, Chua J, Bradley SM. Longaker MT, Levinsohn DG, Kaban LB.  An in utero model of craniosynostosis  Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 3(2): 70-8, 1992.

18. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Amerhauser A, Price DC, Hunt TK.  An adverse wound environment reduces leukocyte phagocytosis and protein synthesis.  In:  Immune Consequences of Trauma, Shock and Sepsis, ed Faist et al, Springer, Berlin, 1992.

19. Ritter E, Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Ousterhout D.  The course of the inferior alveolar neurovascular canal in relation to sliding genioplasty.  Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 3(1):20, 1992.

20. Amerhauser A, Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Gooding G, Goldstein R, Callen P, Filly R.  Color flow ultrasound for delineating microsurgical vessels: a clinical and experimental study.  Annals of Plastic Surgery 30(3), 1993. (lead article)

21. Duncan B, Adzick NS, Bradley SM, Longaker MT, Crumbleholme TM, Levinsohn DG, Moelleken BRW, Chua J, Harrison MR, Kaban LB.  An in utero model of craniosynostosis.  Surgical Forum, 1990.

22. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ.  Wound Healing.  In Surgery:  A Problem-Solving Approach, ed Davis, Sheldon, 2nd Edition, 1995.

23. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, McPhee, Papadakis,  Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 1995.

24. Moelleken BRW, Eshima I, Lowenberg D.  One-stage application of the Ilizarov apparatus with free muscle transfer and bone transport for large bony defects of the tibia.  Plastic Surgical Forum, Sept, 1994.

25. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, PcPhee, Papadakis, Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 1996.

26. Moelleken BRW, Slate RK, Longaker MT.  Fetal Bone Healing.  Advances in Plastic Surgery, 1995.

27. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, PcPhee, Papadakis, Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 1997.

28. Moelleken BRW  The Superficial Subciliary Cheeklift, A Technique for Rejuvenating the Infraorbital Region and Nasojugal Groove:  Clinical Series of 71 Patients.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 104 (4), 1999.

29. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, PcPhee, Papadakis, Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 1998.

30. Binder WJ, Moelleken BRW, Tobias G.  Aesthetic facial implants. In:  Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Thieme, 2000.

31. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, McPhee, Papadakis, Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 1999.

32. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, McPhee, Papadakis, Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 2000.

33. Moelleken BRW.  The Superficial Subciliary Cheeklift, A Technique for Rejuvenating the Infraorbital Region and Nasojugal Groove: Clinical Series of 71 Patients. [Correspondence]  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 105, (7), 2627, 2000.

34. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, McPhee, Papadakis, Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 2001.

35. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, McPhee, Papadakis, Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 2002.

36. Cohen S, Moelleken BRW.  Treatment of Burns.  Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, ed Tierney, McPhee, Papadakis, Appleton and Lange, Detroit, 2003.

37. Moelleken BRW.  Rejuvenation of the Upper and Midface: In:  Plastic Surgery, 2nd Edition, Ed. Stephen J Mathes, MD and VR Hentz, MD. Saunders, 2003 (in press).

38. Moelleken BRW.  Surgery for Midfacial Rejuvenation.  Facial Plastic Surgery, 19 (2) pp 209-221, 2003.

Abstracts

1. Benz C, Moelleken BRW, Benz CL, Wiznitzer I.  Steroid synergy in human breast and pancreatic carcinomas.  13th International Congress of Chemotherapy, Vienna, Austria, 1983.

Benz C, Moelleken BRW, Cadman E. RNA and estrogen receptor effects associated with tamoxifen-fluorouracil synergy in breast cancer.  American Association of Cancer Research 24, 1983.

3. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Ghafoori G, Cann C.  Effect of tissue expansion on bone development in neonatal Yucatan miniature swine.  Plastic Surgery Research Council, Apr 1989.

4. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Cann C, Ghafoori G, Simmons D.  Effect of tissue expansion on underlying cranial and skeletal bone.  Resident Research Day, Apr 1989.

5. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Cann C, Simmons DJ, Ghafoori G.  Pressure-mediated osteopenia associated with tissue expansion.  Orthopedic Research Society, Feb 1990.

6. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Ghafoori G.  Tissue expansion and bony development.  short and long term effects.  International Tissue ExpansionMeeting, Marseilles, France, Oct 3-5, 1989.

7. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Cann C, Pytela R, Hunt TK.  Musculocutaneous and random pattern wound environments influence neutrophil activation state. Resident Research Day, Apr 1990.

8. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Amerhauser A, Pytela R, Price D.  Individual wound environments determine neutrophil activation state.  Plastic Surgery Research Council, April 18-21, 1990.

9. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Pytela R, Price D, Amerhauser A, Hunt TK.  Musculocutaneous and random pattern flap environments influence neutrophil activation states.  Surgical Infection Society, Jun 14-16, 1990.

10. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ  Growth factors in wound healing National Institutes of Health - American Academy of Orthpedic Surgeons Workshop on Infection, Nov 8-10, 1990.

11. Moelleken BRW, Hunt TK.  Neutrophil activation and wound environments.  National Institutes of Health  - American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Workshop on Infection, Nov 8-10, 1990.

12. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Hunt TK.  Adverse wound environments cause a reduction in neutrophil effectiveness.  2nd International Congress on the Immune Mechanisms of Trauma, Shock and Sepsis.  Mechanisms and Therapeutic Approaches, Mar 1991.

13. Ritter E, Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Zhang BC, Ousterhout D.  The intramandibular course of the inferior alveolar nerve:  an anatomic study.  American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASPRS), May 1991.

14. Chang J, Moelleken BRW, Longaker MT, Levinsohn D, Gordon L, Simmons D.  histologic findings in fetal fracture repair, Amer Acad Orthop Surg (AAOS), May 1991.

15. Moelleken BRW, Longaker MT, Chang J, Jennings RW, Levinsohn D, Harrison MR, Gordon L, Simmons D.  Fetal fracture healing  Plastic Surgery Research Council, May 7 1991.

16. Moelleken BRW, Longaker MT, Cheng JC, Jennings RW, Minitrovich J, Levinsohn DG, Gordon L, Adzick NS, Harrison MR, Simmons D.  Fetal fracture healing:  Histologic and Radiologic Correlates.  Surgical Forum, Oct 23 1991.

17. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Hunt TK.  Hypoxic wounds reduce neutrophil phagocytosis and protein synthesis.  Proc Senior Residents' Meeting, p.42, 27 May 1994.

18. Moelleken BRW, Eshima I, Lowenberg D.  One-stage application of the Ilizarov apparatus with free muscle transfer and bone transport for large bony defects of the tibia.  American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ASPRS), 28 Sept, 1994.

19. Moelleken BRW,  Seiffert L.  Use of the interdomal ligament for columellar support in aesthetic rhinoplasty.  California Society of Plastic Surgeons, 22 Mar, 1995.

20. Moelleken BRW.  Buccal fat excision for overly full cheeks.  Fourth Annual Postgraduate Course, University of California, San Francisco, 21 June, 1997.

21. Moelleken BRW.  The subcutaneous cheeklift.  California Society of Plastic Surgeons.  14 March, 1998.

22. Moelleken BRW.  The subcutaneous cheeklift.  American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.  2 May, 1998.

23. Moelleken BRW.  Midface rejuvenation.  Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of California, Los Angeles, Division of Plastic Surgery.  27 August, 1998.

24. Moelleken, BRW.  The superficial cheeklift:  100 Clinical Cases.  Annual UCSF Plastic Surgery Alumni Meeting, University of California, San Francisco., July, 1999.

25. Moelleken BRW.  Midfacial rejuvenation techniques.  Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of California, Los Angeles.  31 August, 1999.

26. Moelleken BRW. Midface Rejuvenation. In: Proc. Seventh Annual Postgraduate Course, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), 2001.

Invited Presentations

1.     Language Assimilation of Molotschna and Chortitza Mennonite Low German Speakers after Emigration to Mexico. Annual Research Day, SUNY Albany, 8 June, 1979  (First Prize).

2.     Cross-Linguistic Examination of the Concept of Fate in Old English, Old High German, Middle High German and Old Saxon Literature.  Annual Literature Award in English, Harvard University,  3 May, 1980  (First Prize).

3.     Tamoxifen-Fluorouracil Synergy in Breast Cancer Cell Lines. Thirteenth Annual International Congress of Chemotherapy, Vienna, Austria, 8 Sept, 1984.

4.     Resuscitation of the Trauma Patient. 3rd Annual War Course, 6253d US Army Reserve Corps, Letterman Army Medical Center, San Francisco, California, 10 Oct, 1988.

5.     Effect of tissue expansion on cranial and long bone development in Yucatan micro-pigs.  Second Annual J. Engelbert Dunphy Resident Research Day, University of California, San Francisco, 3 Feb, 1989.

6.     Effect of tissue expansion on long bone and skeletal development in Yucatan miniature swine.  Long term results.  Annual Meeting of the Plastic Surgery Research Council, Atlanta, Georgia, 24 April, 1989.

7.     Tissue Expansion and Bony Development.  Short and Long Term Effects. Third International Tissue Expansion Meeting, Marseilles, France, 5 Oct, 1989.

8.     Pressure Mediated Osteopenia Associated With Tissue Expansion.  Orthopaedic Research Society, 36th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 4 Feb, 1990.

9.     Musculocutaneous and Random Pattern Wound Environments Determine Neutrophil State of Activation.  3rd Annual J Engelbert Dunphy Resident Research Day, U.C.S.F., San Francisco, CA, 2 Feb, 1990.

10. Individual Wound Environments Determine Neutrophil Activation State.  Annual Meeting of the Plastic Surgery Research Council, Washington, D.C., 21 Apr, 1990.

11. Musculocutaneous and Random Pattern Wound Environments Determine Neutrophil Activation State.  Annual Meeting of the Surgical Infection Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, 16 June, 1990.

12. Wound Healing and Neutrophil Activation.  National Institutes of Health Symposium- American Academy of Orthopedics, Dallas, Texas, 9 Nov, 1990.

13. Adverse Wound Environments Cause a Reduction in Neutrophil Effectiveness.  2nd International Congress on the Immune Mechanisms of Trauma, Shock and Sepsis:  Mechanisms and Therapeutic Approaches, 7 Mar 1991.

14. Fetal fracture healing in a sheep model.  4th Annual J Engelbert Dunphy Resident Research Day, U.C.S.F., San Francisco, CA, 1 Feb, 1990.

15. Head and Neck Cancer:  Surgical Grand Rounds, University of California, San Francisco, 12 January, 1991.

16. Moelleken BRW, Longaker MT, Chang J, Jennings RW, Levinsohn D, Harrison MR, Gordon L, Simmons D.  Fetal Fracture Healing.  Annual Meeting of the Plastic Surgery Research Council, Charlottesville, Virginia, 7 May 1991.

17. Moelleken BRW, Longaker MT, Cheng JC, Jennings RW, Minitrovich J, Levinsohn DG, Gordon L, Adzick NS, Harrison MR, Simmons D.  Fetal Fracture Healing:  Histologic and Radiologic Correlates.  Surgical Forum, 23 Oct, 1991.

18. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ.  Fetal fracture healing.  Surgical Grand Rounds, Dec 1991.

19. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ.  Color Flow Ultrasound in Microsurgical Monitoring.  Surgical Grand Rounds, Dec, 1991.

20. Moelleken BRW.  Cleft Lip and Palate.  Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, January 1993

21. Moelleken BRW.  Lip and Ear Reconstruction.  Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, Feb 1993.

22. Moelleken BRW  Head and Neck Reconstruction Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds Apr, 1993.

23. Moelleken BRW.  Color Flow Doppler in preoperative pedicle assessment.   Reconstructive Surgery Symposium, 9 Apr 1994, San Francisco, California.

24. Moelleken BRW, Mathes SJ, Hunt TK.  Hypoxic wounds reduce neutrophil phagocytosis and protein synthesis.  Senior Residents' Meeting, 27 May 1994.

25. Moelleken BRW, Eshima I, Lowenberg D.  One-stage application of the Ilizarov apparatus with free muscle transfer and bone transport for large bony defects of the tibia.  Amer Society of Plastic and Recoinstructive Surgeons (ASPRS), 28 Sept, 1994

26. Moelleken BRW, Miller TA, Giacobazzi P.  Facelift:  Extended SMAS, Deep Plane and Composite Rhytidectomy:  Anatomic Dissection and Presentation.  U.C.L.A. Medical Center  29 Oct 1994.  (Instructional Course)

27. Moelleken BRW. Liposuction and body contouring.  Healthfest 1994.  U.C.L.A. Medical Center, 2 Oct, 1994.

28. Moelleken BRW, Seiffert L.  Use of the interdomal ligament for columellar support in aesthetic rhinoplasty.  California Society of Plastic Surgeons, March 23, 1995.

29. Moelleken BRW.  Buccal fat excision for overly full cheeks.  Fourth Annual Postgraduate Course, University of California, San Francisco, 21 June, 1997.

30. Moelleken BRW.  The subcutaneous cheeklift.  California Society of Plastic Surgeons.  14 March, 1998

31. Moelleken BRW.  The subcutaneous cheekliftAmerican Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.  2 May, 1998.

32. Moelleken BRW.  Midface rejuvenation.  Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of California, Los Angeles, Division of Plastic Surgery.  27 August, 1998.

33. Moelleken, BRW.  The superficial cheeklift:  100 Clinical Cases.  Annual UCSF Plastic Surgery Alumni Meeting, University of California, San Francisco., July, 1999.

34. Moelleken BRW.  Midfacial rejuvenation techniques.  Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of California, Los Angeles.  31 August, 1999.

35. Moelleken BRW. Midface Rejuvenation. Seventh Annual Postgraduate Course, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), 21 June, 2001.

36. Moelleken BRW. Midfacial Rejuvenation techniques. Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). 14 June, 2001.

37. Moelleken BRW. Facelift and midfacial dissections. Ninth Annual Postgraduate Course, University of California, San Francisco. 19 June, 2003.

38. Moelleken BRW. Eyelid and Brow Rejuvenation. Ninth Annual Postgraduate Course, University of California, San Francisco. 21 June, 2003.

39. Moelleken BRW. Midfacial Rejuvenation: Advances and Technical Commentary. Ninth Annual Postgraduate Course, University of California, San Francisco. 20 June, 2003.

40. Moelleken BRW. Superficial Cheeklift and Midfacial Rejuvenation Techniques: 400 Consecutive Patients. Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). 13 July, 2004.

41. Moelleken BRW. LiveFill´┐Ż: A New Method of Autologous Tissue Augmentation: 100 Consecutive Patients. Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). 13 July, 2004.

 

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