The interest in plastic surgery has been steadily growing in the U.S. over the past few decades. Thanks to safer procedures and much higher quality of work that can regularly be seen from all over, plastic surgery is gaining more traction around the world. One of the biggest concerns for all patients looking to have plastic surgery done is the quality of the work and whether or not they will have problems in the future. Dr. Mark Mofid has been working to make plastic surgery better than ever, with safer procedures and better implants to ensure long-lasting results. For over a decade now, Mark Mofid has been satisfying clients in the San Diego area in California with all forms of plastic surgery, including breast, glutes, facelifts, liposuction, and more.
Mark Mofid got to work right away when he entered the medical field and this was largely due to the fact that he saw all sorts of issues that needed improvement. Things aren’t going to wait around and change themselves, so Mark Mofid has worked tirelessly to improve the methods used in plastic surgery that have become a standard today. Many surgeons these days are following in the footsteps of Mark Mofid due to his high rates of success and great looking results. Limitations are being set by more doctors around the country to ensure both client safety and the name of the profession.
One of the most important parts of plastic surgery are the implants that are used in the procedures and Mark Mofid believes this will be one of the major concerns for the industry in the future. The implants of today are better than in the past, and Mark has personally developed safer glute implants for all patients looking for the procedures. That being said, the more natural the material, the better it will stay in the body and not be rejected, requiring an implant to need removal or reconstructive surgery. Mark is by no means done with his research and efforts to improve the industry and it is likely the industry will experience a great deal of growth over the next decade thanks to his work.