Dr Mohammad Mohaghegh, known by his patients as ‘Dr Mo’, is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons as a registered Plastic Surgeon. Dr Mo has dedicated his lifetime pursuing his passion of helping his patients to transform their lives. It was the high level of surgical skill, attention to detail and artistry that first drew Dr Mo to becoming a Plastic Surgeon.
Dr Mo is inspired by the technical expertise required to repair and enhance form and shape. Finishing his undergraduate training in 1996, Dr Mo embarked on a further 25 years of rigorous General and Plastic Surgery training including completing his specialist training in General Surgery in 2001 and sub-specialty in Plastic Surgery in 2013. He further received the Sydney Burn Foundation’s Scholarship for his Master of Philosophy Degree (Living Skin Project) at the University of Sydney in 2015.
Dr Mo is known for his dedication to his patients and takes considerable time to discuss all the available options before commencing treatment. His distinct approach combines personal attention and clinical expertise with warmth, compassion and care. Outside his work, Dr Mo is a proud father of two and enjoys painting, sculpture, music and calisthenics.
Although he has a keen interest in Rhinoplasty and Body Surgery, Dr Mo’s expertise covers a wide variety of plastic, cosmetic and aesthetic procedures including Rhinoplasty, Abdominoplasty, Liposuction, Breast Surgery, Facial Rejuvenation, Blepharoplasty, Face & Neck Lifts and Fat Injections.
Dr Mo stays up to date with the latest advances in surgical techniques through regularly attending domestic and international conferences, courses and workshops. In 2019, he visited different leading plastic surgery centres in Italy, Turkey, UK and USA to further update himself with various plastic surgery techniques, particularly in structural and preservation Rhinoplasty, from the world experts. He is a member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), Australian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS), International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS) and the Australian Medical Association (AMA).