Mark Mofid knows how to perform buttocks implants, which are intramuscular implants only. He refuses to enlarge buttocks. The motivation for this sort of plastic surgery is to add on to fame. At some point, 8 years ago, when he started buttock augmentation, he was hung up on the fact that silicone implants were not effective while using it for what he wanted to get done. Mark Mofid had decided to design a Low Profile Round Gluteal Implant for Implantech, which solved this aggravating problem. Dr. Mark Mofid had in mind improving the base width-to-volume ratio so that the design is more proportional when finished.
Buttocks implants do not have to have a high rate of complications when they result in something that works for the patient. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, reports that there were 858 buttocks implant procedures performed in 2012, which is lower than 25% in 2011. Mark Mofid is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and is committed to providing proper aesthetic procedures. He believes in natural-looking results, which he brings about by looking at the situation with great care and keeping in mind, the medical ethics.
Mark Mofid graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University, having finished his M.D., training in general surgery, plastic surgery, and advanced craniofacial research. He is a staff surgeon at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, and Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, CA. He is also clinical faculty at the Division of Plastic Surgery at the University of California San Diego. He provides reconstructive plastic surgery such as but not limited to facial reconstruction that occurs when skin cancer is removed, as well as treatment for traumatic facial injury. Also offered is post-mastectomy breast reconstruction and microsurgery.