Fazel Mostashari, Dental CPA
MBT, CPA/PFS, CFP, CDFA
Fazel Mostashari is a CPA, Forensic Accountant and Financial Professional, specialized on topics relevant to dentists.
His clients seek his advice on dental practice transitions, creation of corporations and partnerships, tax, accounting, financial planning and compliance, financial due diligence, comprehensive dental practice evaluation, and valuation of all kinds of practices for purchase, sale or divorce purposes.
Additionally, as a respected dental CPA, he is a frequent speaker on topics such as practice transitions, negotiations strategies, practice ownership, and tax and financial planning.
He is a graduate of the University of Southern California, USC, with a Master’s Degree in Business Taxation. He is a CPA with the influential combination of extensive tax expertise and comprehensive knowledge all areas of financial planning such as investments, estate planning, risk and retirement planning.
As a Forensic Accountant, he earned additional specialization as a Certified Fraud Examiner
Diagnosing essential tremor involves reviewing your medical history, family history and symptoms and conducting a physical examination.
There are no medical tests to diagnose essential tremor. Diagnosing it is often a matter of ruling out other conditions that could be causing your symptoms. To do this, your doctor may suggest the following tests:
In a neurological examination, your doctor tests your nervous system functioning, including checking your:
- Tendon reflexes
- Muscle strength and tone
- Ability to feel certain sensations
- Posture and coordination
Your blood and urine may be tested for several factors, including:
- Thyroid disease
- Metabolic problems
- Drug side effects
- Levels of chemicals that may cause tremor
Essential tremor test
Essential tremor test
One test used to evaluate essential tremor involves having you
Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) is a type of bariatric (weight loss) surgery. Considered the gold standard of bariatric procedures, the gastric bypass helps you lose weight in two ways.
First, the bariatric surgeon will section off the upper portion of your stomach using staples. This creates a small pouch the size of an egg, which reduces the amount of food you can eat.
The surgeon then attaches the new pouch directly to the small intestine, forming a “Y” shape, and creating what is known as the “Roux limb”.
How Does the Gastric Bypass Help You Lose Weight?
The new pouch restricts your eating while the rerouting of your digestive system reduces the amount of fat and calories you absorb from the foods you eat. Incidentally, the surgery can also cut down on the amounts of vitamins and minerals you absorb from food.
The surgery employs the use of small incisions