When Dr. Mark Mofid began his private practice, around eight years ago, it didn’t take a long time for him to realize that the available silicone body products were too large to place in-between muscles. The implant procedure was quite complicated, and the large silicone made a patient’s buttock look deficient.
Having been trained by the best, Dr. Mark Mofid soon developed an eye that seeks detail. He immediately started working on a procedure to design round gluteal silicon implants for Implantech. The initial product he developed had a tapered shape and profile that eased the implant procedure. Also, the implant had an excellent body-volume ratio that made a patient’s derriere look proportional.
With an increased demand for buttock augmentation surgeries in Brazil, America is gradually following suit. According to Dr. Mark Mofid, his new procedure will go a long way to reduce surgical complications thereby increasing the popularity of buttock augmentation.
Mark Mofid has the same analytical eye when it comes to other reconstruction procedures. He became the first plastic surgeon to publish an eyelid surgery technique. According to Mark, it is not necessary to remove much fat, skin, and muscle in the lower blepharoplasty as it helps in eye repositioning and support.
About Dr. Mark Mofid
Dr. Mark Mofid is an internationally respected plastic surgeon. He graduated from with a medical degree magna cum laude from Harvard University. He then proceeded to specialize in plastic and reconstruction surgery at John Hopkins University where he is also a craniofacial research fellow. Today, Mark is a certified plastic surgeon by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He is also a faculty member at the University of California, San Diego’s arm of plastic surgery.
Apart from his private practice, Dr. Mofid is also a staff surgeon at some hospitals within the San Diego area including Scripps Memorial and Palomar Medical Center. Mark continues to stay relevant by publishing breast and facial surgery articles on the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery journal.