For over a decade Dr. Mobley, a board-certified Facial Plastic surgeon, has been transforming his deep and personal passion for his patients and the art of plastic surgery into beautiful results. Having had an ear-pinning procedure himself as a child, Dr. Mobley understands and empathizes with the patient experience, and combines this with his extensive training and surgical expertise to offer the very best in patient care.
The son of a urological surgeon, Dr. Mobley began his love for caring for others at an early age. As he forged his career as a Facial Plastic surgeon, Dr. Mobley was mentored by the likes of Dr. Rick Davis, Dr. Robert Simons, Dr. Regan Thomas, and Dr. Gary Burget, all of whom taught him that to be a great facial plastic surgeon one must be an artist, and an engineer, and a counselor. The counselor listens closely to the patient’s needs, the artist creates the vision for the patient’s solution, and the engineer uses an exacting technique to achieve the desired result.
Along with his extensive professional experience, Dr. Mobley actively gives back to his community. He routinely offers charitable surgery to children in need of ear pinning but who cannot afford it through The Mobley Foundation—a 501(c)3, started in 2008 with his wife Britta. As well, he has donated over $25K over the past several years to Children’s Holiday Charities.
When he’s not exacting his technique, caring for patients, or offering his expertise to children in need, Dr. Mobley is spending weekends with his family—skiing the Wasatch mountains of Northern Utah, hanging out in the gym with his wife, or giving his son a few pointers on the art of the curveball.