Plastic surgery is one of those industries that can rise and fall quickly with the press. One bad rap and things can go crashing down because of the fear that it induces among the population. This has happened several times in the past, however, plastic surgery has never been in a better place thanks to surgeons like Dr. Mark Mofid. Mark and his colleagues are working to improve the industry and the name associated with it each and every day. Mark personally does this by using the newest and safest methods for his procedures and working with the highest standards in mind. Most of Mark’s clients applaud him for his incredible service and need to please. Not only this, but Mark tailors each and every procedure to the individual to ensure maximum comfort and compatibility.
Currently, Dr. Mark Mofid is focused on the glutes when it comes to plastic surgery, but his private practice in San Diego will accept clients for all forms of plastic surgery, including buttocks, breast, face, and liposuction. One of the biggest contributions that Dr. Mark Mofid has made to the plastic surgery field is his very own glute implants. Through hard work and trial and error, Mark developed a material that is much more responsive and accepted by the human body. This allows surgeries to have a higher rate of success without the need for reconstructive surgery in the future. Despite the many critics out there, Mark is making the industry safer than ever, especially following his own personal guidelines, which include not performing any odd or over the top surgeries that people ask for. Even if Mark succeeds, these operations typically degrade over time as they are not natural and the body does not accept them.
Dr. Mark Mofid has been building his experience for decades through practice and study. Mark earned his degree from John Hopkins School of Medicine, after having already attended Harvard University. Today, Mark speaks at nearly all conferences and event regarding plastic surgery to stay up to date and learning new methods for his own practice.