Meet Dr. Barrett
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon – Dr. Daniel Barrett
Dr. Barrett is a board-certified plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, California. He specializes in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, nose and body. His passion is providing natural results with minimal downtime, utilizing holistic approaches. He has developed detailed scar management protocols and closure techniques to reduce the appearance of scars for his patients.
Dr. Barrett was raised in Warrenton, Virginia; a small town known for nature and horses. Dr. Barrett obtained his Bachelor of Science degree at James Madison University and his Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) and two Masters degrees (in Physiology and Health Administration (M.S., M.H.A.)) from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond.
Dr. Barrett’s primary focus is aesthetic plastic surgery, face and body cosmetic procedures.
In addition to receiving his board certification from the American Board of Plastic Surgery—the premier board of plastic surgeons—he completed a six-year plastic and reconstructive surgery residency at Keck Hospital of USC. Training at one of the top-ranked hospitals in America gave him the exposure to, and mentorship from, some of the best aesthetic surgeons in the Beverly Hills area.
He has been practicing since 2008 and opened his Beverly Hills office in 2014. During that time he has made numerous appearances on the television show The Doctors, providing charitable work for massive weight loss patients. He also appears on Entertainment Television as an expert on the latest plastic surgery trends and techniques. He is actively involved in research to reduce implant-related capsular contracture. He has recently presented internationally his findings on breast implant malposition and correction.
In his free time, Dr. Barrett enjoys traveling and trying new foods and fine wines. He is an avid fine art and sculpture enthusiast. He grows organic vegetables, keeps bees in his backyard and runs marathons. By far his greatest accomplishment, however, is marrying his incredibly strong wife Rosalyn who recently gave birth to a little girl, Audrey. His strong family ties and genuine bedside manner are what distinguish him from others in this profession—clients are treated with the same care and compassion he gives to the most important people in his life.
Whether a patient is recovering from an accident or simply wants a boost to help them feel better about their bodies, knowing that he is bringing joy and confidence to his clients is the motivating factor behind Dr. Barrett’s passion. He is an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He is also a member of the Beverly Hills and West Hollywood Chambers of Commerce and has hospital privileges at St John’s in Santa Monica, Good Samaritan, and Southern California Hospital in Culver City.
Dr. Barrett is a member of the California Medical Association as well as the American Medical Association. He is also a member of both the Beverly Hills and West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.
Daniel Barrett MD, MHA, MS
Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
Private Practice in Beverly Hills 2014-Present
Training & Education
Residency — 2008 to 2014
University of Southern California
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Los Angeles, California
Medical School — 2008
Medical College of Virginia
Dual Degree; Doctorate of Medicine, Master of Health Administration
Graduate School — 2003
Medical College of Virginia
Master of Science – Physiology
Undergraduate — 2001
James Madison University
Bachelor of Science – Biology, Biochemistry
Research & Experience
Barrett DM, Chacon C, Stevens WG “Breast Implant Malposition: Classification, Prevention, and Surgical Options” Presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the California Society of Plastic Surgeons, San Diego CA, May 2012
Barrett DM, Soltani A, Cohen M, Kuschner S, Kubler D “Large Lipoma Resection of the Forearm and Posterior Interosseus Nerve Palsy, A Case Series” Presented at the American Society of Peripheral Nerve National Meeting, Las Vegas NV, Jan 2012
University of Minnesota Clarion Interdisciplinary Case Competition – April 2007
1st Place – As part of a multidisciplinary team from MCV, we competed against universities across the country.
Presented analysis, recommendations, and an implementation plan regarding a sentinel event that occurred at a fictional hospital emphasizing establishment and maintenance of a culture of patient safety.
Barrett DM, Perlin JB “Physician Attitudes Regarding Quality/Safety Culture: Performance Implications for Physician – Hospital Alignment” Presented at the National Institute for Health Care Improvement, Orlando FL, Dec 2007.
Barrett DM, Lawson SR, Pierce JG “Factors that Determine the Choice of Careers for Senior Medical Students.” Virginia Commonwealth University department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Presented at the annual American Professors of Gynecology and Council on Resident Education. Salt Lake City, UT, March 6-9th, 2007.
Wilson JD, Barrett DM, Hirsch JI, Kalen JD, Kurdziel KA “Evaluation of F-18 paclitaxel as an in vivo PET tracer for Pgp expression.” Presented at the 24th Annual American Cancer Society Seminar of Cancer Researchers in Virginia. Charlottesville, VA Oct 29, 2005.
Barrett DM, Schmidt-Ullrich RK, Mikkelsen RB “S-nitrosylation of protein tyrosine phosphatases in response to ionizing radiation, low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide, and the Ca2+ ionophore ionomycin.”
Presented at the 94th Annual American Association for Cancer Research meeting held in July, 2003.
Barrett DM, Schmidt-Ullrich RK, Mikkelsen RB “Radiation induced expression of neuronal nitric oxide synthase.” Presented at the American Cancer Society’s regional meeting held in April, 2002.
Ducic I, Barrett DM, Al-Attar A “Benign peripheral nerve tumors: treatment algorithm and reconstructive options” Ann Plast Surg. 63(2):156-61, Aug 2009
Barrett DM, Black SM, Todor H, Schmidt-Ullrich RK, Dawson KS, Mikkelsen RB “Inhibition of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases by Mild Oxidative Stresses is Dependent on S-nitrosylation” J Biol Chem. 280, 14453-14461, 2005.
Barrett, DM, “S-Nitrosylation of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases.” (Masters Thesis) 2003.