Geoffrey Keyes, MD

Geoffrey Keyes, MD

Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 5.0 stars from 7 reviews
2080 Century Park East, Suite 1202
Los Angeles, CA 90067
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5 out of 5 stars

37 Year Old Professional Woman. Los Angeles, CA

I went to see Dr. Keyes after an unfortunate experience with a plastic surgeon in Encino. From the moment I walked into his office, Norma (Office Manager) made me feel at ease with her gregarious personality. I was super nervous because I was a bit traumatized by the last surgeon who had performed a procedure on me that left me very self conscious. As soon as I finished signing the paperwork, I was escorted into one of the rooms. I had chosen to see Dr. Keyes because of my research regarding the correction I needed. I have to be honest, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Dr. Keyes DOES NOT charge a consultation fee like the other "Beverly Hills Surgeons" who don't have nearly the amount of experience that he does! I waited about a minute before Dr. Keyes entered the room. Talk about presence! The way this man carries himself is mesmerizing. As soon as he introduced himself to me, I found myself at ease. During my consultation, he was very detailed and clear in his explanation of the recommended procedure and my expected results. You can tell this man is very passionate about what he does. The previous doctor I had seen told me I needed some other procedures and Dr. Keyes was very forthright when he said that I didn't. He has restored my belief that there really are great doctors out there, and Dr. Keyes is one of them. His assistant Kimberly is also a very lovely woman who has always been available when I've had questions. Please give Dr. Keyes a try, I promise you will NOT regret it. I will sum him up in one word; AMAZING!

5 out of 5 stars

27 Year Old with 34A Breasts - Los Angeles, CA

Dr. Keyes is a wonderful surgeon. Please see overall review.

5 out of 5 stars

update - Beverly Hills, CA

Dr. Keyes was great. Very professional and his expertise is evident with my results.

5 out of 5 stars

excellent surgeon - Beverly Hills, CA

5 out of 5 stars

Fantastic Doctor! - Los Angles, CA

About Geoffrey Keyes, MD

Geoffrey Keyes, MD practices in Los Angeles at The Plastic Surgery Practice of Geoffrey R. Keyes, M.D. as a Plastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Otolaryngology and American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Keyes began participating on RealSelf in 2013, and has achieved "Participating Member" status. The doctor has 35 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and The Rhinoplasty Society.

Consultation Fee

Free. Includes computer imaging, PLEASE MENTION REALSELF

Treatments offered at The Plastic Surgery Practice of Geoffrey R. Keyes, M.D.

Blog Posts and Articles

Rhinoplasties and Patient Safety

Start with a Checklist In Atul Gawande’s New York Times Best Selling book, The Checklist Manifesto, the physician describes the importance of checklists. From building skyscrapers to running hospitals, checklists ensure projects and procedures are safe and effective. In my industry, there are multiple ways to measure the patient-safety record of a plastic surgeon. For example, the Institute for Safety in Office-Based Surgery has an ISOBS patient’s checklist. In the checklist, ISOBS...

Keeping it Real, Perfecting the Ethnic Nose

“When you’re doing a rhinoplasty patients often want to maintain their ethnicity. If you take an African American, you don’t want to take an African American nose and make it look like a Swedish nose, it just doesn’t work,” explains Dr. Keyes. You have to take into account the specific internal and external features of each patient’s nose. Ethnic noses may require a considerable alteration of the internal structures in order to change the outer appearance. Surgery...

Rhinoplasty Revision

Rhinoplasties, also called nasal reconstruction or nose job, for short, are one of the most difficult cosmetic surgeries to perform. This is because your nose is central to how your overall face looks, so creating a pleasing result requires years of specialized training. In addition, your nose comprises sensitive and precisely aligned tissues that influence how you breathe, speak, and smell. Thus an inexpertly performed rhinoplasty may result in a nose that not only hinders one’s ability...

Teens and Rhinoplasty

When are teens ready for Rhinoplasty? Our teenage years are one of the most challenging periods in our lives. As we transition from childhood to adulthood, suddenly our physical appearance takes center stage. Although teenage insecurities are a normal part of adolescence, if a young person’s self-esteem is adversely affected by unsatisfactory facial features, such as the shape or size of one’s nose, then rhinoplasty may provide long lasting relief. In addition, teens may seek nasal...

Education / Training

Undergraduate: BS, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1969
Medical: MD, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine Maywood, Illinois, 1973
Internship: Barnes Hospital, Washington University St. Louis, Missouri, 1974
Residencies:
Otolaryngology, University of Illinois Chicago, Illinois, 1977
General Surgery, Cook County Hospital Chicago, Illinois, 1978
Plastic Surgery, University of Illinois Chicago, Illinois, 1980

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