Mark Mofid Invents a Better Butt Implant

Gluteal augmentation is not something you hear about very often unless it’s a negative story or one about the latest celebrity that desired a larger butt. Dr. Mark Mofid is looking to change the negative stigma attached to the procedure by creating a safer way to have the procedure done. An innovator, he is well-known in his field of cosmetic surgery as an expert and his astounding medical training at Johns Hopkins and Harvard Universities.

Incidentally, his fantastic history of results stems from his strict following of safety guidelines and his overall talent for his trade. In this day and age with the media pushing the image of bigger and rounder behinds, many patients try to get their doctors to sidestep safety in order to achieve the look they want despite the risks. While many doctors will accept larger sums of money from patients to perform this procedure how the patient wants, Dr. Mark Mofid will only give the patient what he knows is safe and up to current medical standards. He knows that the gluteal augmentation needs to take into consideration what the fat, muscle systems, and skin of the patient can handle and will not implant a medical device hat their body can’t handle. He has studied these body systems intensely which helps guarantee the best and safest results.

Unhappy with the current implants available, Dr. Mark Mofid took it upon himself to create his own. Already an innovator of new surgical techniques, he designed a gluteal implant that is accepted by the body easier than the current, generic implants. Not only are these implants safer, they simply look better and more natural. While great from a business standpoint, Dr. Mark Mofid hopes his personal investment into his product will improve the lives and experience of the patients that choose it.

To develop this implant, Dr. Mark Mofid has been working closely with Dr. Gonzalez who has been researching the topic since the year 1984. Dr. Gonzales is located in Brazil where gluteal augmentation is extremely popular and possibly the top destination for the surgery in the world.

Advancements in Minimally Invasive Surgery Allow Dr. Greg Finch to Reduce Patient Recovery

There has been growth within minimally invasive orthopedic surgery over the past decade. The change has benefited both the patient and the orthopedic surgeon. With advanced technology, trained orthopedic surgeons can now use specialized equipment to safely perform some of the most common surgeries that would typically require longer recovery time.

Common surgeries such as hip and knee replacements can be done using skin incisions of 3-4 inches. Although the length of the incision is not why it’s considered minimally invasive, the smaller incision does play a significant role. The greater importance of a minimum invasive joint replacement is the limited amount of disturbance and disruption of a patient’s tendons, muscles and ligaments which reside under the skin. The intrusion of those areas with as minimum effect as possible makes the surgery succeed as minimally invasive and decreases a patients pain level substantially afterwards, as well as a reduction in recovery.

An orthopedic surgeon will combine this technique with the advancements of pain control, physical therapy sessions, along with the use of cutting-edge surgical instruments which creates a more desired outcome for the patient. A patient can recover from knee, or hip replacement surgery, within weeks as opposed to several months with standard surgery.

Dr. Greg Finch has a specialty within minimally invasive surgery. He is also considered as a leading expert in his field with experience in spinal fusion, disc herniation, and reconstruction surgery. Dr. Greg Finch received his surgeon credentials from Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS), a prominent program that is considered one of the most-vigorous in Australia.

Dr. Greg Finch has been involved with organizations that continue to advance orthopedic health such as the Association of Orthopaedic of Australia. In the past decade, Dr. Greg Finch has traveled to Germany and the United Kingdom to broaden his knowledge as well as offer his input within orthopedic surgery.