Who is Brent Moelleken?
Brent Moelleken is an American top and reconstructive plastic surgeon practicing in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. He is well known as the husband of American journalist and Television personality Dayna Devon.
He has helped to create a number of unique signature approaches that guarantee clients always have precisely what they need to present their best selves to the world.
Brent Moelleken Age
Moelleken is 61 years old. He was born in 1961 in the United States.
Moelleken stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Brent Moelleken Parents
Moelleken was born and raised by his parents in the United States. Information about his family and childhood including his parents and siblings is not available. This section will be updated as soon as information about his parents is available.
Brent Moelleken Wife
Moelleken is married to his wife and cosmetic surgeon, journalist, and Television personality Dayna Devon.
They married in 2005 in the presence of family and friends. Brent and his wife are blessed with a son and a daughter called Emmi-Reese Moelleken.
Brent Moelleken Education
Moelleken graduated in 1981 with a Master’s Level Work in German and English Literature from Harvard University Graduate School of Education.
He also holds an MD, In Medicine from Yale University School of Medicine. Brent holds an Aesthetic Fellowship from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Brent Moelleken Salary
Moelleken earns an estimated annual salary of $500,000 from his career as a surgeon.
Brent Moelleken Net Worth
Moelleken has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He has amassed all his fortunes from his successful career as a surgeon.
Brent Moelleken M.D.
Moelleken M.D. and F.A.C.S., and his team are committed to offering each of their patients with creative and great care. He provides his high-end services at his aesthetic Center in Santa Barbara, Beverly Hills has to offer.
He is double board-certified and has trained and studied at some of the world’s best institutions, including Harvard University, Yale University, UCSF, and UCLA.
Dr. Moelleken is among the three specialty-trained surgeons in the world to finish UCLA’s year-long Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship.
He is also a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
For the past 12 years, he has been awarded by numerous Top Plastic Surgeons in Los Angeles, LA Magazine’s Top Doctors in Los Angeles, and Super Doctors.
Brent Moelleken Reviews
Dr. Moelleken believes in highly configurable advanced services that help patients achieve their aesthetic goals, both surgical and minimally invasive, with techniques such as the Hybrid Tummy Tuck, LiveFill, the 360 Facelift, and a full spectrum of minimally invasive laser and radiofrequency gadgets.
He has appeared on several local, national, and international television shows. He has helped to create a number of unique signature strategies to ensure that clients always have clearly what they want and need to present their best personalities to the world.
Through his knowledge, he created the 360 Facelift®, Hybrid Tummy Tuck®, and LUSIC® Cheek lift.
Brent Moelleken House
Moelleken and his wife, Dayna Devon, own the Petitfils-Boos House in Hancock Park, Los Angeles.
The Petitfils-Boos house, an Italianate Renaissance Revival residence with expansive lines and towering interiors, was designed and completed in 1921 by architect Charles Plummer for businessman Walter Petitfils.
The mansion, which is located in renowned Windsor Square, may be the only single-family mansion in the world to be tiled in famous Gladding McBean architectural terra cotta tiles.
Archway after archway, exuding museum-like detail, leads to rooms decorated with rich walnut paneling, hand-stenciled beams, and beautiful stained glass.
The magnificent paintings by renowned Dutch artist Anthony Heinsbergen are particularly impressive. The house’s symmetry, which is a perfect “L” form when viewed from above, is one of the features that make it so unique and historic.
While the original design of the gardens had been lost when Dayna and her husband took possession of the property, recreating an outdoor space true to the house’s sensibilities became a labor of love.
They greatly credit their designer, Norm Wogan, for helping them create a home that retains its historic authenticity and is still suited for modern-day living.