Michael J. Yaremchuk MD, FACS
About the Practice
Dr. Yaremchuk imparts facial balance – the ideal facial blueprint – using anthropometric measurements, science, elements of nature and rational thought. He uses proportion of parts and elements of symmetry to guide his work with each individual patient. With this repertoire, imperfect features or faces can be reconstructed or rejuvenated to make a balanced whole.
Dr. Yaremchuk’s expertise as a plastic surgeon is recognized both nationally and internationally, and patients come to Boston for his care from all over the world.
• Rhytidectomy (facelifts)
• Blepharoplasty (eye lifts)
• Rhinoplasty (nose augmentation)
• Facial implants, including
o Malar (cheek) implants
o Infraorbital rim implants
o Central midface augmentation
o Paranasal implants
o Chin implants
o Mandible (jaw) implants
o Custom-designed facial implants (bespoke plastic surgery)
• Revisional cosmetic surgery, including
o Revisional malar (cheek) implants
o Revisional facelift
o Revisional blepharoplasty
o Reversing exaggerated brow lifts
o Revisional rhinoplasty
o Revisional chin surgery
o Chin ptosis
o Lateral canthopexy
o Correcting post-orthognathic surgery
• Neurotoxins, fillers and fat implants
• Body countouring, including breast augmentation and liposuction
• Procedures to address cranio-orbital deformities, including
o Graves disease
o Hemi-nasoethmoidal (severe facial fracture)
Background & Certification
American Board of Surgery
American Board of Plastic Surgery
Dr. Yaremchuk received his M.D. from the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons and his B.A. degree from Yale College.
After completing his plastic surgery training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dr. Yaremchuk was invited to join the hospital’s full-time staff as Associate Director of Plastic Surgery for the Maryland Shock Trauma Institute. While there, he helped redefine the institute’s methods of treatment for severe injuries to the face and facial skeleton.
Dr. Yaremchuk completed a craniofacial surgery fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where he received special training for surgery of the face and facial skeleton to treat congenital deformities and cosmetic concern.
Dr. Yaremchuk is an innovator, creating and teaching state-of-the-art techniques.
He serves as
• Clinical Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
• Program Director for Harvard Medical School’s Plastic Surgery Training Program
• Chief of Craniofacial Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital
Publications and Presentations
Dr. Yaremchuk has authored three textbooks (with a fourth in preparation), more than 40 book chapters, and more than 100 scientific articles. His most recent book, Atlas of Facial Implants, was awarded an Association of Medical Illustrators Award for surgical atlases. Dr. Yaremchuk frequently provides commentary on plastic surgery topics for a blog at The Huffington Post and for the American Society for Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery’s Smart Beauty Guide. In the forward he wrote for the latest publication of friend and colleague Jamieson Dale, Chasing Beauty, he has provided his thoughts on how to know plastic surgery is the right decision for you and what can be done to best ensure attaining a desired result.
Dr. Yaremchuk’s expertise has been reported and featured in many national and international magazines including Harper’s Bazaar, Self, British Glamour, and Allure, as well as featured on the E! network and on the Today Show.
Dr. Yaremchuk has received a multitude of invitations to lecture at premier medical conferences and at some of the best medical universities all over the world. Last year, he traveled to speak at engagements in Brazil, Australia, Turkey and Russia, and in 2012 he was a visiting professor at 10 major US medical centers.
Awards & Honors
Best Doctors in America
Who’s Who in America
Recognized numerous times by Boston Magazine as one of the area's best plastic surgeons
Named Esteemed Borckaben Lecturer by the Turkish Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Association in 2013
Affiliations & Memberships
Massachusetts General Hospital
• American Society for Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery (ASAPS)
• American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
To request a consultation, call (617) 726-5280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Yaremchuk’s consultation fee is $200 (in person and phone consultations available)
Staff & Facilities