For Drs. Ali and Tamir Mosharrafa, their plastic surgery center is mor than just a business It is their "home" where they welcome every patient into the "Mosharrafa Family" and provide care that truly reflects that, and a means to give back to the community. ... To Read More for the Dr.s Mosharrafa in the People to Watch 2017 edition of So Scottsdale! Click Here
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Mosharrafa Plastic Surgery has been recognized by Sophisticated Living for our contributions to giving back to the community through our non-profit organization, Beauty for Good. Beauty for Good's purpose is to donate a portion of our cosmetic surgey fees to help support several local charities.
"Beauty for Good also brings awareness of these community needs to their patients, many of whom give generiously on their own. Cosmetic Surgery is a beautiful thing when it improves the life of one person. What an even greater experience it is when it improves the lives of many."
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“Prime cuts: The vanity of social media is fueling business for plastic surgeons”- Angela Gonzales, Phoenix Business Journal
It is no question that social media sites, especially Facebook, have taken over the Internet. What started as an online platform to connect with friends, now acts as place of self-reflection. With more “selfies” of people circulating the Internet than ever before, Facebook has easily become a driving force of patients setting up plastic surgery consultations.
Dr. Ali Mosharrafa was interviewed for Angela Gonzales’ article, “Prime cuts: The vanity of social media is fueling business for plastic surgeons” featured in the Phoenix Business Journal on July 18, 2014. Gonzales uncovers the increasing correlation between social media and plastic surgeries in the younger generation, turning to Dr. Ali Mosharrafa for his professional opinion. To read the full article, click here.
Dr. Tamir Mosharrafa was recently featured in the US World News article, “Should Your Doctor Cry With You?” which explores the link between physician empathy and exceptional patient care. Especially in the field of plastic surgery, doctors should not only get to know their patients prior to surgery, but find out the true motivation for corrective or enhancement plastic surgery. At Mosharrafa Plastic Surgery, both Dr. Tamir Mosharrafa and Dr. Ali Mosharrafa often say that they do not operate on strangers; they get to know their patients before surgery. Click here to read more.