The Cheeky Surgery Taking America by Storm: Gluteal Augmentatin Specialist Dr. Mark Mofid

Trends come and go in many forms. While some trends may be just a fad, others are an art form that is constantly evolving and transforming, and the trend takes shape within the art. Plastic surgery has been around longer than we probably give it credit. Those who think Marilyn Monroe’s perfect button nose was natural, have another thing coming. There are trends within the world of body augmentation not only transform us, but transform with us as well. From cute button noses, to perky breasts, to plump butts – what’s in at the moment is up to the times.

A procedure that has been slowly making it’s way to the U.S. over time, is gluteal augmentation. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, to put it simply it’s a procedure that enhances or makes your buttocks more pronounced. This procedure is popular with predominately women, but men are known to enhance their rears just as well.

Seasoned professional, Dr. Mark Mofid has a practice in the San Diego and La Jolla area, and he is the go-to guy when it comes to gluteal augmentation. After graduation from, and studying at Harvard University and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Dr. Mark Mofid made it his mission to give plastic surgery a better name for his colleagues and patients. He’s gone to the source of gluteal augmentation – Brazil – and trained with seasoned professionals, well versing himself in what works and what doesn’t.

After completing his training, he created his own implants with a company called Implantech. He can accurately shape them to fit all his patient needs and body type, noting how no two patients receive the same shape implants. Then, he proceeds with placing the implants intramuscularly, due to complication risks being less, and satisfaction rates being higher. Dr. Mark Mofid uses his warmth and knowledge to tailor his profession for his patients, creating an enriched and comfortable environment for anyone who is taking this cheeky trend by storm.