Mark Mofid is a plastic surgeon operating in the San Diego and La Jolla areas. Both the American Board of plastic surgeons and the American Board for facial and reconstructive surgery certify him. To his patients, he is committed to providing the best services. His patients and peers acknowledge him for his outstanding technical and artistic skills. These skills give him the capacity to allow results that are beautiful and Natural looking.
Patients of Dr. Mark Mofid receive a personalized and compassionate service through the entire period until they fully recover. He usually ensures that the process through the surgery is a pleasing experience for the patient. At his offices in San Diego, he carefully evaluates the patient in order to advise on the best treatment.
Dr. Mark Mofid graduated from Harvard University. He trained in General surgery training as well as a Medical degree and advanced craniofacial research fellowship at the school of medicine at Johns Hopkins University. Currently, he is a staff surgeon at various hospitals in the San Diego and La Jolla area. He is a member of the clinical faculty in the University of California, a Division of Plastic surgery in San Diego. A journal recognized by surgeons through the nation, plastic and Reconstructive surgery, has featured several of his articles. He has also done various presentations at both local and international medical conferences.
The contemplative and conservative Dr. Mark Mofid is confident in his augmentation buttock implants approach. He says that despite the request by patients, he does not overdo it. He just places intramuscular implants. He adds that some patients push for bigger implants because they believe it will add to their fame. In reality, bigger implants only increase the risk of complications. He was frustrated by the nature of implants when he started the buttock augmentation practices about eight years ago. The implants were too big for intramuscular placement.
Dr. Mark Mofid designed a more tapered Gluteal implant, which eased the intramuscular positioning process. He designed the implant for Implantech, however, he does not receive any revenues from Implantech. With an improved base to volume ratio, the implant provided a more proportional outcome. He says that when a buttock implant is done well, the rate of complications is amazingly low. He learned the technique of buttock augmentation from Raul Gonzalez, a Brazilian plastic surgeon who has performed buttock surgery since 1984.