Mark Mofid.

Mark Mofid.

Dr. Mark Mofid undergraduate degree from Harvard University. He later joined the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine where he pursued his medical degree. His medical degree included studying in general and plastic surgery and an innovative craniofacial study fellowship. He now works with several Hospitals and Medical Centers in the San Diego and La Jolla area such as Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center and Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla. Dr. Mark is a diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is also a member of the American College of Surgeons.

Mark Mofid is an accredited by both the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Mark is devoted to offering artistic techniques of highest-quality. Both patients and his colleagues much recommend him for his technology and creativity in aesthetic surgery. He and his team provide concerned, personalized and vigilant care throughout the treatment retro.

He strains his skills to greater depths with aims of making plastic surgery proficiency as pleasing as possible for his clients. Dr. Mofid wisely evaluates and tries to comprehend the concerns and desires of every client before proposing a treatment plan. After he entirely concepts the patient’s wishes, Mofid establishes how to realize such results.

He then clarifies the advantages and the risks of the suggested methods. Mark Mofid also outlines the effects of such treatment to the client’s appearance. Mofid also offers patients with reconstructive surgery such as post-trauma facial injury repair, microsurgery, and post-mastectomy breast reconstruction.

Many people prefer Dr. Mofid for their aesthetic treatments for his prudence handling of patients, his comfy consultation office and his welcoming and kind staff members. His practice offers CareCredit financing to clients who advantage from zero interest and low monthly installments preferences.

Mofid practice allows patients a chance to sidestep the stage of filling out forms and papers in the office to avoid time wastage. Mofid practice gives clients an opportunity to download, produce and fill out the recent patients document comfortably at home or anywhere. One only clicks on the link provided in the Mofid practice to access the new patient’s document.

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Dr. Jennifer Walden Strives to be the Best in Both Business and Life

When most people think of plastic surgeons, they do not normally think of them doing much outside of their practice. Things like being a media correspondent, writing a book, and donating time and money to philanthropies, or being an all-around Southern girl. Yet, despite stereotypes, this is exactly who Dr. Jennifer Walden from Austin has become.

She grew up in Austin, having graduated from Anderson High School. Upon graduation, Dr. Walden attended the University of Texas to obtain her bachelor’s degree in Biology and then went on to apply for the doctoral program. Although she was originally waitlisted, she ended up graduating salutatorian.

After graduation, Dr.Walden went to Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital on an aesthetic surgery fellowship. After the fellowship, she stayed on with the Hospital for another seven years. During this time she helped work on a clinical trial that brought the reintroduction of silicone breast implants.

She moved back to Austin and opened a practice in 2011, with another practice opening in Marble Falls, Texas in 2015. She has been noted as “One of the Best Plastic Surgeons in America” by American Way during 2015 as well. Her operations continue to innovate as they come up with technologies used both in their offices and nationwide.

In addition to the hard work she has put in making her practice one of the most technologically advanced in the nation, Dr. Walden also gives to programs such as Food in Tummies (FIT) a program designed by the Junior League of Austin to provide meals over the weekend for students that qualify for the free or reduced food program. In June 2006, she spent time in El Salvador, helping young patients achieve a normal life by fixing problems such as cleft lip and deformities on their bodies. It is no wonder this amazing woman was the runner up of the 2016 Woman of the Year by South Central Texas Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!