There are many people out there that have been scared off of plastic surgery due to various horror stories that have emerged over the years. While there are many things that are true about these stories, it is mostly due to the fault of the doctors who performed the surgery, and the inadequate care of the patients. Dr. Mark Mofid is a plastic surgeon that has been working for many years to improve the quality of plastic surgery around the country, which is why he has developed safer procedures for all surgeons to use with their patients.
Mark Mofid has his own practice in California, where he specializes in glute augmentations, but does all forms of plastic surgeries for his patients. Mark, however, does not do unnatural operations. This means implants that are much too large or areas of the body he does not believe should be augmented, based on certain preferences of patients. This allows Mark to keep his patients safe, as they will have a much lower likelihood of issues when they stick to Mark’s standards for proper plastic surgery and care. Mark’s patients hardly need to come back for reconstructive surgery or to have implants removed. Not only this, but Mark has some of the best results in the industry today, with plastic surgeons worldwide admiring his natural-looking results.
Mark Mofid has made various improvements to the field of plastic surgery over the years thanks to his high standards and ability to work with other plastic surgeons to help their technique. Mark Mofid also publishes his own articles regularly and speaks within the community to shed a good light on plastic surgery and the improvements the industry has made over the years. Mark wants to do this because the better work provides by other surgeons around the country, the more plastic surgery will grow and people will see it under a different light. One that is perhaps not so scary, but inviting when good results are close to guaranteed.
Dr. Mark McKenna is a celebrated medical practitioner these days thanks to the many achievements and successes he’s built for himself today. Mark is licensed to practice surgery and medicine and has built a valuable reputation in the community by making showing his clients that their needs come first. Dr. Mark McKenna graduated from the Medical School Tulane Unversity, where he earned his degrees and developed a strong background in medicine. Right after his graduation he quickly began gaining hands-on experience in surgery by working with his father in the family business. This built the foundation of Mark’s skills and success in the future. Once Mark gained sufficient experience, he decided he wanted to start up his own company rather than looking for his own practice, which he founded as Mckenna Venture Investments.
This first startup company for Mark turned out the be quite successful, and that’s when Mark knew that this was just the start. Dr. Mark McKenna had a hidden entrepreneurial talent within him, and he wanted to make use of it. Unfortunately for Mark and the New Orleans community, hurricane Katrina struck the area and caused catastrophic damage. This included millions of dollars in assets for Mark, which was quite the setback. Mark’s determination was strong, however, and he quickly began helping his community and rebuilding his assets.
Once Mark finished aiding the community, he decided to move to Atlanta, Georgia and settle down. Once he found his feet, Mark started up the company known as ShapeMed, which was an aesthetic wellness company that focused on non-surgical treatments. Finding quick success in the market, ShapeMed was doing very well until 2014, when Life Time Fitness noticed Mark’s company and offered to buy it. Dr. Mark McKenna was more than enthusiastic about selling the company for a bundle and starting up his latest idea, OVME. This company delivery products and treatments to peoples homes for a more personalized and comfortable experience. OVME operates in Atlanta and Nashville and will continue to expand in the near future starting with New York.
Dr. David Samadi, Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital continues to receive national attention for his work in robotic prostate surgery. He joined Lenox Hill Hospital in 2013 as the Urology department Chairman. After receiving his M.D. from Stony Brook University, he completed urology and protology residencies at New York’s Montefiore Hospital and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He also completed a fellowship in robotic prostatectomy in France at Henri Mondor Hospital.
Innovation In Protology
Dr. David Samadi has received national attention for his invention of the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique (SMART Surgery). Nearly a decade ago, Dr. Samadi began routinely integrating this minimally invasive surgical technique and continuously improved and further developed the SMART Surgery. His clinical expertise is reflected in numerous contributions and invitations as a guest speaker and surgeon all over the world. His dedication to research and innovation has been honored by distinguished service awards and he’s been awarded Top Doctor honors for several years.
Dr. Samadi is also active in a wide variety of teaching activities at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, as a Professor in Urology.
An avid writer, Dr. David Samadi has published numerous papers and medical reviews, and is a member of several associations, including the American Board of Urology, and the American Medical Association.
In addition to his expert care and responsibilities at Lenox Hill Hospital, Dr. David Samadi also produces a weekend television show, “Sunday Housecall”, which streams live at 12:30p on Sunday afternoons. The show features the latest health news from experts, plus wellness, fitness and diminishing health risks. Previous broadcasts can also be seen on YouTube.
Diminishing Risk With A Healthy Lifestyle
Dr. Samadi continues to point out that healthy lifestyle choices can diminish the risk of prostate cancer. In comparison with other countries, prostate cancer tends to depend heavily on the lifestyle. For example, in Japan, China or southern Europe, prostate tumors are much less common than in Western Europe and the USA. Researchers has said that the difference is partly due to eating habits and obesity. This is one of the factors Dr. Samadi makes light of, and reminds his patients that although a healthy lifestyle does not provide 100% protection against the disease, it diminishes the risk.