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Behrooz Kalantarian

M.D.
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Certified Diplomat, American Board of Plastic Surgery
Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons

Dr. Kalantarian is a Board Certified plastic surgeon in Los Angeles and Orange County area with experience in aesthetic plastic surgery of the face, breast, and body. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Society for Peripheral Nerve, Plastic Surgery Research Council, and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons. With his extensive training and experience, Dr. Kalantarian has earned awards and recognitions in research, committees, and teaching activities.

After completion of his medical school in 1990, Dr. Kalantarian had 10 years of post-graduate training in the areas of General Surgery (4 years), Surgical Research (1year), Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, and three fellowships within the field of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (see CV). His extensive surgical training has given him the ability to utilize advances in plastic surgery in the areas of breast enhancement (breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction or reconstruction), tummy tuck, facelift, rhinoplasty, eyelid rejuvenation, and body sculpturing.

POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION
Jan to July 15 2003 Medical college of Wisconsin: Department of Plastic
Surgery, 9200 West Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI
53226 (414-805-5446 )FAX 259-0901. Hand Surgery,
Microsurgery, and Plastic Surgery Cases as a Fellow
/Instructor. Chairman: David L. Larson, MD,
Director: Hani S. Matloub, MD (414-805 5446).
July 2000 – July 2001 Craniofacial Surgery Fellowship
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Medical College of Wisconsin
(MCW) , 9000 W. Wisconsin Ave, P.O. Box 1997
Milwaukee, WI 53201 (414) 266-2825
Mentors: Arlen D. Denny, MD, Arun K. Gosain, MD
Chairman: David L. Larson, MD; Department of Plastic SurgeryAcademic Activities
Position held: Plastic surgery instructor
Craniomaxillofacial Fellow
July 98 – June 2000 Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Residency
University of Tennessee, (423) 778-9047
Director and Chairman: Larry A. Sargent, MD
College of Medicine, Chattanooga Unit
979 East Third Street, Suite 900, Chattanooga, TN 37403
July 97 – June 98 Clinical Reconstructive Hand Surgery Grand Rapids Orthopedic Surgery
Training Program
Blodgett Memorial Hospital
1840 Wealthy Street
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
(616) 752-6615
Director of Hand Surgery Program in Grand Rapids:
Alfred B. Swanson, MD
July 96 – June 97 Clinical Reconstructive Microsurgery Fellowship
Eastern Virginia School of Medicine
700 W. Olney Rd.
Norfolk, VA 23501
(757) 446-5260
Director: Julia K. Terzis, MD, PhD
General Surgery Training
General Surgery Residency ProgramWest Virginia University Morgantown, WV Chairman: Gordon F. Murray, M.D.
INTERNSHIP: 1990-1991
RESIDENCY: 1991-1992
RESIDENCY: 1992-1993
RESEARCH (see below): 1993-1994
RESIDENCY: 1994-1995
RESIDENCY June 1995 – Dec 1995
July 1993 – June 1994 Basic Science Research in General Surgery
West Virginia U, School of Medicine
Department of Surgery
HSC, P. O. Box 9238
Morgantown, WV 26506
(757) 446-5260
Research Director: Geoffrey M. Graeber, MD
Volunteer Medical Missions
February 27, 2001 – March 10, 2001 Plastic Surgery Mission to Trujillo, Peru with Medical College
Of Wisconsin. (Staff: Drs. Ruedi Gingrass, James Sanger, and
Arun Gosain).
March 2000 (10 days) Pediatric Plastic Surgery Mission, University of
Tennessee, Chattanooga.

Tennessee Craniofacial Foundation
Pullkapa, Peru
Mentor: Larry A. Sargent, MD

Society Memberships
1. American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
2. American Society for Peripheral Nerve
3. Plastic Surgery Research Council
4. American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons
Active State Medical Licenses:
California, License Number G87295
Wisconsin, License Number: 42242-020
Virginia: License Number: 0101054568

Research Awards
University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, Chattanooga unit,
Resident in Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery,
State Resident Research Competition
Second Place, May 1999.
University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, Chattanooga unit,
Resident in Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery,
State Resident Research Competition.
Fourth Place, May 1999.
Bernard Zimmerman Research Competition
West Virginia University, Department of General Surgery
Annual Surgery Residents Forum
First Place, March 1994.
Resident Member of the Admission Committee
Department of Surgery,
West Virginia University School of Medicine
Course in Microsurgery Techniques, EVMS
Adult Trauma Life Support Instructor, WVU
Surgical Suturing Techniques to Medical Students, WVU
General Surgery Residency, WVU (1990-1995)
Plastic Surgery Residency, University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, Chattanooga Unit (1978-2000)
Instructor, Medical College of Wisconsin (2000-2001) & (Jan to July 2003) Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Milwaukee, WI
Outside Activities And Interests:
Reading scientific plastic surgery literature and Persian And Interests: poetry, horseback riding, and tennis. Participant in League- A, Soccer Tournament (1994-1995).

Medical Education
Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Degree: MD Awarded May 1990
Summer Externships:
Radiation/Oncology:Presented lectures to students, residents and staff weekly, worked up patients, and prepared a case study on lymphocytoma cutis (1987)
Geriatrics:Performed histories and physical examinations, participated in a retrospective study on associated risk factors with upper respiratory and urinary tract infection in nursing home residents, 1986.
Honors:Outstanding performance in Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Gastroenterology, and Diagnostic Radiology Clerkships.
Extracurricular Activities:Manager/Captain, Medical College of Wisconsin soccer team (1987-1990). Coach and Participant, league and summer soccer Camps (1989, 90, 91). Participant, Fund raising Phonathon and Applicant Host Program (1988 and 1999).

Undergraduate Education
University of FloridaGainesville, Florida
Major: Microbiology
Degree: Bachelor of Science, May 1985
GPA: Cumulative, Bachelor 3.78
Honors: Dean’s List prior to Medical College (6 Semesters) & Member of Alpha Epsilon Alpha Honor Society Extracurricular Activities While at University of Florida:Volunteer, Shands Teaching Hospital, Gainesville, Florida Peer advisor: University of Florida Volunteer: Alachua County Crisis CenterCaptain, University of Florida, Intramural Soccer Team (1984-85).Extracurricular activities: Coach (Little League)Teaching Assistant, Chemistry Laboratory, University of Florida(1984-1985)Tutor, Department of Chemistry, University of Florida (1983)Tutor, Department of Biostatistics, University of Florida (1984)Phlebotomist, Shands Teaching Hospital, Gainesville, Florida(1984)
St. Petersburg Junior CollegeSt. Petersburg, Florida
Degree: Associate in Arts, May 1981. Graduated with honors
Extracurricular Activities:Member, Pre-professional service organization Participant, Intramural Soccer

Rosie Castro
Rosie Castro
17:19 27 Nov 18
Dr. Naim and his staff are kind, professional and uplifting!
Elizabeth Bhatt
Elizabeth Bhatt
16:11 29 Aug 18
Everything was good and everyone was very friendly. I just wish they went into more detail about what to expect over the next 6 months in preparation for the surgery.
Liam Hart
Liam Hart
16:22 15 Apr 18
My experience was very very good, especially the ability, care and concern of Dr. Naim & Staff during the whole process. The only caution is to be WELL INFORMED. Dr. Naim's staff does an amazing job, giving you plenty of 411 but it is A LOT to take in .. so do your homework. Honestly, I've never been met with such a a concern for the patient, every step of the way.
Michelle Ponce
Michelle Ponce
01:37 17 Jan 18
Adriana Flores
Adriana Flores
21:48 27 Oct 17
Great experience overall. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff and nice clean facility. Dr. Naim has great bedside manner. Anyone considering surgery should go to Dr. Naim.
Degrees
M.D.