A few years back, terms like buttock augmentation were considered somewhat foreign, or reserved for hopeless cases like accidents. The narrative keeps changing today, with tons of research and increasing numbers of women turning to this procedure hoping to gain, or regain a more sensuous appearance. Needless to say, current celebrities knowingly or unknowingly carry out campaigns in support of it, as many have undergone the surgery and never deny it publicly. It therefore comes as great relief to an ordinary person considering it to hear of doctors recommending it, or willing to enlighten one on the whole process. One such doctor goes by the name of Mark Mofid.
Mark Mofid is a diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery since many years. He completed his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and went on to The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine where he competed his medical degree, an advanced craniofacial research fellowship and also completed a training in general and plastic surgery. Mark Mofid is widely recognized in the United States as one of the best and most vocal plastic surgeons who continues to do intensive research on gluteal augmentation specially where he has even sought the knowledge and expertise of world renowned Brazilian, Dr. Raul Gonzalez. He has particularly earned the trust and respect of many due to his strict adherence to medical safety practices, especially his deep knowledge of the body’s fat, muscles as well as skin as these are most crucial when it comes to any form of plastic surgery.
Having been in the industry for more than 8 years, Mark Mofid has since been certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He currently performs surgeries at several hospitals in San Diego and La Jolla where he is board certified. Over the course of his career, Mark Mofid has introduced a new implant that has improved ratios and intramuscular positioning and continues to replace the previous generic ones that would sag due to incompatibility with the body.