Mark Mofid  Leading Plastic Surgeon Offering Minimal-Invasive Procedures

People looking for any form of care should be careful when choosing a doctor. Whether it is for preventive medicine or plastic surgery, one has to make sure that they are picking a professional and skilled doctor for the same. When the procedures are for aesthetic ones, the experience of the surgeon and his reputation is of utmost importance. No one wants to be stuck with a surgeon who is not skilled in the art as there are many things that can go wrong. There are an only a few good surgeons in the field of plastic surgery, and Mark Mofid is one of them. He is one of California’s top plastic surgeons who has also worked hard to improve the products used in the industry.

Mark Mofid not only has his own private clinic in San Diego and La Jolla but also visits a number of local hospitals such as the Scripps Memorial Hospital, the Palomar Medical Center and also the Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center. He is also a professor at a leading medical hospital. He went to Harvard University to earn his undergraduate degree and then went to the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine from where he received his medical degree and also his postdoctoral fellowship. Mark Mofid also keeps himself updated with the latest technology and procedures in the plastic surgery field. He also has certification from the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and also the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

Mark Mofid offers a wide range of plastic surgery procedures and is known for using only the best and the latest procedures. Most of his procedures are minimal-invasive that allows for a very short recovery period. Out of the many technologies Mark Mofid utilizes at his office, one of them is the Cutera laser that does not cause any discomfort and also has no downtime for the clients. He has also done research of his own and worked with Dr. Raul Gonzalez from Brazil to create a Gluteal Implant that allows him to provide a more natural looking butt to its patient that is much easier to the position.