Raval 5280 Top Doc 2018

 

Dr. Raval - 5280 TOP DOC FOR 2018


In a prestigious contest run by 5280 Magazine every year, top doctors across the Denver Metro area are voted on by their peers in a variety of medical categories. 

For the third year in a row, Dr. Raval was graciously bestowed the Top Doc title for Plastic Surgery of the Head and Neck. Learn more about this award by clicking below.

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Dr. Raval on Colorado's Best Discussing Vycross technology for fillers

Dr. Raval - 2016 Vitals' Patient's Choice Award

 

 

Liquid Facelift on Colorado & Co.

The liquid facelift just got even less painful. The FDA approved the addition of fast-acting numbing agent lidocane to injectable fillers. Dr. Raval pioneered this procedure at Raval Facial Aesthetics in Cherry Creek North, Denver, CO.

Restylane on Colorado & Co.

Eradicate deep creases in your skin and have younger looking lips using this injectable, the only injectable dermal filler containing NASHA, Non-Animal, Stabilized Hyaluronic Acid. This biodegradable gel is injected into the skin in tiny amounts with a very fine needle. The result is instantaneous and produces a long-lasting, natural enhancement, gentle and safe to your skin.

Eye Rejuvenation on Colorado & Co.

Dr. Raval injects Restylane and Perlane to take years off of the eyes. The patient has already had a blephoplasty and is now seeking volume loss correction and wrinkle reduction. Dr. Raval will fill the festooning with injectable filler instead of removing it.

The Combo Lift on Colorado & Co.

Dr. Jeffrey Raval discusses the Combo Lift, a procedure that restores fullness to the face in just five days of downtime. Tailored to each individual patient, the mini lift and addition of volume using injectible fillers treats the gravity issues and loss of facial volume that inevitably come with aging.

Dr. Raval discusses Botox on Colorado & Co.

Dr. Raval discusses Botox on Colorado & Co.

Youthful Skin Club

Awards & Honors

1 :: Excellence in CUSTOMER Satisfaction

The Talk Awards 2017 and 2018 Winner

2 :: COSMETIC SURGEON CONSULTANT

Fox 31 Good Day Colorado 2007 to Present

3 :: Inner City Health Center. Denver, CO

“Volunteer Of The Month” April 2008

4 :: One of America’s “Top Facial Plastic Surgeon” 2007

Consumer’s Research Council of America

5 :: Top Hair Removal Clinic

Citysearch.com 2006, 2007

6 :: Top Laser Aesthetic Clinic

5280 Magazine February 2006

7 :: Best Of The Best, 2006 Best Cosmetic Surgeon

Colorado Community Newspaper Agency

8 :: Top Doc in America 2004

Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Castle Connelly

9 :: Best Of The Best 2004 Cosmetic Surgeon

Denver Newspaper Agency Denver, CO

PRESENTATIONS:

Instructional Course:

“Minimally Facial Plastic Surgery” American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery, National Meeting.
September 18, 2005

Instructional Course:

“The Cosmetic Uses of Botox and Fillers” American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery National meeting.
September 2006, 2007

Instructional Course:

“The Cosmetic Uses of Botox” American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery, National Meeting.
September 18, 2005

Instructional Course:

“The Cosmetic Uses of Botox” American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery, National Meeting.
September 20, 2004

Instructional Course:

“The Cosmetic Uses of Botox” American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery, National Meeting.
September 22, 2003

Instructional Course:

“The Cosmetic Uses of Botox” American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery National Meeting.
September 23, 2002

Grand Rounds:

“Aesthetic Blepharoplasty” Department of Otolaryngology,
Colorado University Medical Center.
April 18, 2006

Grand Rounds:

“Skin Resurfacing and Botox” Department of Otolaryngology,
Colorado University Medical Center.
April 17, 2002

Educational Course:

“Oh, My Aching Sinuses!” Porter Hospital.
February 5 and 12, 2002

*I have also given numerous presentations and seminars on the cosmetic uses of Botox.

PUBLICATIONS:

Davis R., Raval, J. Powered Instrumentation for Nasal Bone Reduction: Advantages and Indications Presented at the Eight International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery. May 2002.
Publication pending in the Archives of Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery.

Raval J, Suskind D, Muntz H. An Unusual Case of Nontuberculous Mycobateria Rhinosimusitis in a Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis Patient, Abstract. American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology Meeting (COSM). May 12,1998.

Cary TE, Frank CJ, Raval JR, Jones JW McClatchey KD, Beals TF, Worsham MJ, Van Dyke DL. Identifying Genetic Changes Associated with Tumor Progression in Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Acta Otolaryngolgy (Stockh) 1997; Suppl 529;229-232.

Jones JW, Raval JR, Beals TF, Worsham MJ, VanDyke DL, Esclamado RM, Wolf GT, Bradford CR, Miller T, Carey TE. Frequent Loss of Heterozygosity on Chromosome 18q in Squamous Cancers: Identification of Two Regions of Loss-18q11.1-12.3, and 18q21.1-23.
Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. June 1997.

Raval JR, Carey TE. Loss of Heterozygosity of DCC in Aggressive Squamous Cell Carcinomas: A Possible Prognostic Indicator. Oral Presentation. Fourth Research Workshop on the biology, Prevention and Treatment of Head and Neck Cancer. September 8, 1994. Abstract. Head and Neck, September 1994/October p.475.

Raval JR, Joshua I, Webb RC, Bohr DF. Lanthanum Potentiation of the Vascular Response to a Protein Kinase C Activator in Genetically Hypertensive rates. Journal of Hypertension, 1989. 7(supp 6): S146-S147.

RESEARCH and LECTURESHIP:

Howard Hughes Research Training Fellowship

Department of Otolaryngology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Missouri.
July 1993-June 1994
Mentor: Thomas E. Carey, Ph.D. Studied the important relationship between tumor suppressor genes and head and neck squamous cell carcinomas. (See Publication and Presentations.)

National Institutes of Health Summer Research Fellow Gerontology Research Center, Baltimore, MD

May 1991-August 1991.
Mentor: Michael Crow, M.D., Ph.D. Researched the migration and proliferation of smooth muscles through reconstituted basement membranes as a model for the
progression and development of atherosclerosis in the aging.

Research Assistant

Department of Pediatric Surgery, University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Missouri.
January 1987-June 1988.
Mentor: David F. Bohr, M.D. Studied the effect of high calcium diets and calcium analogs on hypertensive animals. (See Publications and Presentations.)