Dr. Mark Mofid graduated from Harvard University magna cum laude. He serves several hospitals in La Jolla and San Diego as a staff surgeon. His publications on facial and breast surgery have been featured in a medical journal called Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Surgeons throughout the nation recognize this journal. Dr. Mark Mofid has additionally presented bit internationally and in the United States at medical conferences. He belongs to the American College of Surgeons and the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Mark Mofid has an office with a central location in San Diego County staffed with a nurse, a dermatologist and himself as a plastic surgeon. The surgery center is attached to the clinic and is an accredited facility. He provides reconstructive and cosmetic surgery for thousands of patients each year. His front office staff consists of a full time nurse and two surgical technicians. His office manager has remained with him for more than seven years.
Dr. Mark Mofid uses a Cutera laser for vein treatments and hair removal. He provides different options for dermabrasion, chemical peels and facial resurfacing. He has avoided laser lipolysis treatments because he believes this may be another flame out technology such as Endermologie, mesotherapy and thread lifting. The services he provides his patients are with true and tried technologies. He does not want to be the first to offer a new technology only to discover his patient gets substandard results.
Dr. Mark Mofid provides non-surgical options as a natural extension of his practiced. Many of his patients want to try this option first to ensure surgery is really what they want. The majority do eventually undergo plastic surgery. He spoke of his worst decision ever as inadvertently hiring a bookkeeper who had a criminal record. This led to another criminal conviction. This is why he now performs background checks on every employee. When his practice first began it encompassed 850 square feet. He believes starting small is better because additional staff, more exam rooms or offices and a surgical center can always be added later on. He advises new surgeons not to put the proverbial cart in front of the horse.