Dr. Mark Mofid: A diamond in the rough surgeon

Dr. Mark Mofid is a renowned board-certified plastic surgeon in the La Jolla, Del Mar, Chula Vista and San Diego, CA area. Dr. Mark Mofid is also certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and can’t forget to mention his certification from the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He proves state of the art, high-quality reconstructive procedures that his patients love. Not only do his patients value him, but his peers do as well for his artistic abilities with his aesthetic surgery. Because of this, he is able to give natural-looking results that are stunningly beautiful for his patients that desire reconstructive and cosmetic surgery.

Dr. Mark Mofid graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with his undergraduate degree. He successfully went on to finish his medical degree as well as training for plastic and general surgery. In addition to his degree and training, Mark completed advanced craniofacial research at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Although Dr. Mofid has his own practices, he is active as a staff surgeon for hospitals around the San Diego and La Jolla area.

Beyond is won practices and being an active staff surgeon for hospitals, he has also released publications that revolve around the breast and facial surgeries. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery that is a nationwide surgeons journal, featured his publication. Because of his work, Mark Mofid is always a presenter at several medical conferences that are national and international.

When it comes to Dr. Mark Mofid’s offices, he has four full-time staff members that consist of two surgical technologists, nurses, office managers, and receptionists. He has mentioned that when he is finding the right people for his offices, he will see up to about 500 to 1000 applicants per position. He is always looking for staff that is willing to commit to at least two to four years.

When asked what is the best advice he has received since he’s been a physician, he said, “Not to put the wagon before the horse” and more