Doctor Mark Mofid, M. D. has been practicing plastic surgery for decades and had established his own clinical called Dr. Mark Mofid MD Facs- Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The business is based in La Jolla, California and has been gaining a lot of attention in the past couple of years.
Mofid MD Facs offers a number of procedures such a facelifts, breast augmentation, liposuction, and several other procedures in the realm of cosmetic surgery. The facility accepts clients from La Jolla, and the area of San Diego, as well as from all around the United States of America. Mofid MC Facs has a focus on providing each patient with personalized attention as every person’s body and needs are different.
In the realm of cosmetic surgery, one of the most popular procedures has turned into somewhat of a trend. For the past few years, the procedure has been gluteal augmentation. It can be done using fat from other places of the patient’s body, implants, or other substances. A procedure being popular on the internet is one thing, but what do professionals such as Doctor Mark Mofid think about gluteal augmentation?
Some clinics refuse to do the procedure even if the wanted size is not a big change while others do just about anything the patient wants. Doctor Mark Mofid has his own take on gluteal augmentation. While he does perform the surgery, Doctor Mark Mofid is also very cautious about explaining the outcomes of the procedure and combating the unrealistic expectations of some of the clients. Often people will ask for a size that will be problematic later on or is unrealistic for their body shape and other factors.
Doctor Mark Mofd sets a hard limit for what is reasonable. He uses only intramuscular implant and nothing else, and when it comes t size, the hard limits stay put no matter how much the patient pushes for a larger size than what is reasonable from a medical perspective. Doctor Mark Motif stands behind gluteal augmentation but encourages all professionals do stand behind the size limits of what is right for their patients.