Doctor Mark Mofid is a renowned plastic surgeon who received an undergraduate medical degree from Harvard University before joining the Johns Hopkins University for fellowship in advanced craniofacial research, including training in plastic surgery and general surgery. He has a faculty membership with the University of California, Division of Plastic Surgery in San Diego. Mark Mofid has also published for plastic and reconstructive surgery articles and journals on facial and breast cancer. Additionally, he is part of the members having fellowship with the American College of Surgeons and membership with American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Doctor Mark Mofid began a clinic in La Jolla which specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery with dermatology. The clinic has an attached Medicare center providing laser services for them. The dermatological processes are done by his wife who has certification in the field, he provides the plastic surgery and they have a nurse operating full time. According to him, hiring employees to work for his clinic involves a long process which is interviewing people and reading their skills. They also offer two to four year training in the fields to their hired staff and those who agree to it are hired. The clinic has Cutera laser as their cosmetic laser used for removing hair and treating of veins. In facial resurfacing, they perform dermabrasion and also they refer their patients to the laser facility for that which they don’t have.
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Over the years, he Mark Mofid has learn to provide services that offer full satisfaction of the client. This has enabled them to widen their market through clients’ referrals. Being a medical practitioner, he has learn not to jump into new technologies which may lead to poor results and expensive treatments to the patient. To him, it is better to stick to safe methods that have been tested and proven to work. In addition, there have been facial rejuvenation patients who prefer fillers that are nonsurgical therefore requiring experts in cosmetic surgery. In conclusion, Mark Mofid advises on thorough background check on any employees to avoid hiring criminals.