Mark Mofid is one of the top California’s plastic surgeons based in Del Mar, La Jolla, and Chula Vista areas of San Diego. He is a well-trained Surgeon having graduated from Harvard University where he acquired his undergraduate degree, and later on John Hopkins University School of Medicine where he pursued his degree in medicine. Mark is a staff surgeon at several local hospitals in San Diego, including Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, Palomar Medical Center, and the Scripps Memorial Hospital. Furthermore, he operates his own private clinic.
Mark Mofid also works at the University of California, San Diego campus as a clinical professor and faculty member. In the past, everything associated with gluteal augmentation industry was totally negative. The greatest problem associated with the industry was that most implants were incompatible with the body’s muscles, were generic, and also destined to sag. Mark carried out research and finally changed the entire situation for the better.
While at work, Mark strives to guarantee the safety of the patient first rather than fousing onthe payments. His adherence to safe medical practices has earned him trust from many people in San Diego and La Jolla. He is currently on a research on how activities in the industry can be done in the best and safest way possible. Mark knows much about body fat, muscles, and skin.
Mark Mofid recently had an exclusive interview with the MedicalSpasMd. During the interview, he talked about his clinic set up. He said the clinic has a nurse, a full time dermatologist who is his wife, and he serves as the clinic’s plastic surgeon. He added that at the clinic, they offer laser services and currently own Cutera laser for the treatment of veins and hair removal. They do not offer all required laser services but practice healthy referral relationship with another laser facility in the community.
Mark Mofid has breast and facial reconstructive surgeries as his main areas of specialization. According to him, he was inspired to specialize in this fields after he witnessed direct, dramatic effects resulting from cosmetic surgery on one’s self-esteem.