In the world today we have a wide range of solutions for the many problems that we face and in the efforts of both becoming healthier as well as appearing how we would like, we come across a wide range of methods employed to achieve these results. A healthy, balanced diet and exercise together is one of the best methods but quite often we find ourselves left with undesirable results, especially in cases where a great deal excess weight has been lost.
One of the most common issues is drooping or saggy excess skin in the areas that once contained fat and is most commonly found around the buttocks. It seems that all of the diet and exercise in the world won’t rid your backside of this new sagging skin issue.
One of the best remedies can be within plastic surgery. There have been numerous reports of unsuccessful procedures, especially with gluteal augmentations and it can be easy to become distracted by all of the negative and not see the positives that are emerging, such as the innovative work of plastic surgeons such as Dr. Mark Mofid.
Dr. Mark Mofid acquired his undergraduate degree from Harvard University, magna cum laude, and John’s Hopkins University School of Medicine is where he received his medical degree, basic surgery training as well as plastic surgery training as well as completed an advanced craniofacial research fellowship from the same University.
His talents and skills go far beyond gluteal augmentation, butt lifts and implants, but this is one particular procedure that Dr. Mark Mofid has dedicated much of his time and effort into mastering as well as innovating new techniques to make it be safer for patients.
Dr. Mark Mofid is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery as well as by the American Board of Facial and Reconstructive Surgery and has always been committed to giving his patients the best care with the highest quality standards as well as state of the art machines and procedures. His caring nature is what drives Dr. Mark Mofid to assess each individual patient’s needs and concerns for their procedures.