Dr. Jay Calvert, an IMA member, was recently honored to be included in Newsweek’s list of America’s Best Plastic Surgeons! Newsweek invited over 2,000 medical experts with knowledge of plastic surgery to complete an online survey, resulting in a list of the top surgeons in the five major surgery categories.
The categories are facelift, rhinoplasty, breast augmentation, liposuction, and eyelid surgery. Dr. Calvert was included on all five lists! Chosen by his peers, Dr. Calvert was most notably listed as #3 in the country in rhinoplasty. As the #1 surgeon on the West Coast in rhinoplasty, Dr. Calvert has pioneered primary and revision rhinoplasty, which he has developed over 25 years of practice. Studies such as this one by Newsweek clarify the ever-growing field of plastic surgery, where an overwhelming amount of advertising and media influence the available information.
Join Dr. Calvert on the Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery podcast, where he discusses everything you need to know about plastic surgery. The podcast is one of Dr. Calvert’s main platforms to educate and inform patients and anyone interested in the vast world of aesthetic procedures. Together with his co-host Dr. Millicent Rovelo, they help provide insight into how plastic surgeons think and evaluate patients, how operations are performed, and what to expect as a patient goes through an operation. The format is open and honest, giving a refreshing take on the complex and, at times, overwhelming world of plastic surgery. Topics range from procedure 101 to in-depth conversations on complex surgeries and are presented in easy to understand manner.
Listeners can learn more about things like The Natural Lift, Dr. Calvert’s trademarked facelift procedure that helps his patients look like a more youthful, refreshed version of themselves. The Beverly Hills Podcast is followed by patients and doctors alike for its straightforward, transparent, and frequently hilarious content! Find Dr. Calvert and Dr. Rovelo on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and Youtube if you are interested in learning more.