Dr. Mark Mofid is a board certified San Diego-based plastic surgeon who focuses on research and improvement of the gluteal augmentation procedure (butt surgery). He is certified by American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Mark Mofid is extensively educated and highly qualified. He earned his bachelors degree from Harvard University in 1993 and his medical degree from The John Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Mofid is considered one of the safest plastic surgeons in the country.
In the plastic surgery field, it is not unheard of for patients to request unsafe surgeries. Dr. Mofid is a surgeon who is known for his strict adherence to medical safety practices–even if a patient is offering more money. One of Mark Mofid’s top priorities is making the plastic surgery industry safer for patients.
Research and Innovation
Dr. Mark Mofid has been extensively researching ways to make implants safer. He observed that the current implants on the market were substandard. They had a tendency to sag after a while and weren’t really compatible with the human body. He set out to research and develop better implants. After years of research, Dr. Mofid developed a highly improved version of the gluteal implant. It looks better and is much more durable and compatible with the body’s composition.
Dr. Mofid’s research didn’t stop there. He is still working to improve the implant as well as the plastic surgery industry by working with one of the world’s best plastic surgeons, Dr. Raul Gonzalez from Brazil. Brazil’s gluteal implant industry is considered as the world’s best and most advanced and the 20:1 ratio of implants performed in Brazil to those performed in the United States prove the superiority. Dr. Mofid is determined to continuously improve the gluteal implant industry in the United States until it is the best.
Dr. Rod Rohrich shared his knowledge and experience as a plastic surgeon at three symposiums in the early months of 2018. Throughout his career, he has already participated in dozens of medical conventions both nationally and internationally and he dedicates a large part of his time to education. In fact, he is also a professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Rod Rohrich is the Founding Chair of their Department of Plastic Surgery. He has been with the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute and the University of Texas since July of 1986.
At the Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Rod Rorich was in the Alpha Omega Alpha with high honors. He earned his medical degree at Baylor and was the Chief Administrative Plastic Surgery Resident during his residency at the University of Michigan Medical Center. In Oxford, England at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Rohrich completed his first fellowship in 1984. Through Oxford University, he received training in pediatric and craniofacial surgery. In 1986 through Harvard Medical School, completed training in hand and microsurgery at Massachusetts General Hospital.
In 2012, Dr. Rod Rohrich co-founded the Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery to help breast cancer survivors. AIRS provides reconstructive surgery for women who have had a single or double mastectomy and cannot afford the surgery otherwise. The foundation helps women across the world and also works to educate survivors about reconstructive surgery as many are not aware of their options or are unsure or nervous about the procedure. An inventor, he holds a patent on a type of breast implant that he designed.
Active in the surgical community, Dr. Rod Rohrich has been the president of the Association of Academic Chairman of Plastic Surgery as well as being active in other organizations. He has been a chairman of the Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium since 1987 and presently is the only chair. He has also taught surgery in third world countries while performing them on the underprivileged.
The Baker Gordon Educational Symposium, the Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting, and the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting are the three conventions Dr. Rod Rohrich attended so far this year. He chaired and organized both the Rhinoplasty and Medicine Meetings. At these meetings, he participated in live surgeries, gave presentations, and moderated and participated in several panels. He has chaired more than 100 symposiums and given more than 1,500 talks concerning plastic surgery. He has published 50 textbook chapters and around 600 peer reviews.
Dr. Jennifer Walden has been named by Harper’s Bazaar magazine as on the twenty-four best beauty surgeons. She is a highly skilled and respected cosmetic surgeon that has trained with some of the best in the business. She is originally from Austin, Texas and has recently returned to open a practice there. She also has been a published author and makes contributions to both television and magazines. She is a mother of two. And she manages to be a full hands-on mother despite her hectic schedule. Even her siblings are quite successful in their chosen professions.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is well received by her patients and those that are acquainted with her personally. She is able to maintain an approachable persona that many people find refreshing in such as well known and highly skilled surgeon. She is a warm and patient person that gives every patient her full attention. She moves with ease throughout her day and makes sure to carefully control her day to day activities and the daily in and outs of her medical office.
Dr. Walden has gotten where she is today by working very hard and being very smart. She has earned every bit of recognition that she has gotten and has devoted her time to what is important. She takes great pride in her work and strives to make her patients happy. She is able to balance her time as a devoted mom and medical professional with amazing skill.
She attended the University of Texas where she earned her bachelor’s degree. She graduated as Salutatorian in her medical school and decided to pursue a career in plastic surgery. She studied plastic surgery at UT Galveston and was accepted as a fellow at Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital for her post-residency. When she became pregnant with her twin sons she decided to pursue a practice in her home state.
Dr. Walden knows how to make plastic surgery for women because she does not have to do the biggest procedures on every patient. She is very moderated in what she does, and she wants to make sure that all her patients feel like they have better options than just a basic surgery. She invites everyone to come into her office to see what is possible, and then Jennifer Walden wants to talk to all her patients about what she thinks they can do to make their bodies look better. Every woman already has a good idea of what she wants to look like, and now a consultation will solidify that plan.
The plan that Dr. Walden wants to help her patients with might include surgical and non surgical options, and her patients can start scheduling their appointments. The appointments that people keep can be for progressive treatments that are not surgical, or they can come in when they are ready for one surgery. They can recover in the office, and they can come back for all their checkups to make sure they are progress that will be good for them. The patient has to heal correctly, and that is why they need to keep coming back to see Dr. Walden.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is one of the best in her industry, she is now back in Texas where her family lives. She has chosen to make changes to the way that she approaches patient by being back in a more family friendly environment, and she wants to be sure that she can serve as many people as possible in Austin. Her plans to make her plastic surgery office a higher profile will benefit everyone in Texas who needs more help. Every woman who comes to her office will have a chance to find her inner diva.