Meet Dr. Michael Yaremchuk
Dr. Yaremchuk is currently a Professor of Surgery, Part Time, at the Harvard Medical School, the Program Director for Harvard's Plastic Surgery training program, and Chief of Craniofacial Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He is known as an innovator and teacher who uses state-of-the-art techniques and knowledge to care for his patients.
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.
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 concerns.
Dr. Michael Yaremchuk performs aesthetic cosmetic surgeries, including:
Dr. Yaremchuk has also authored three textbooks, 40 book chapters, and over 100 scientific articles relating to plastic surgery. He has been certified by both the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
In addition, Dr. Yaremchuk writes about plastic surgery topics, including facelifts and facial implants, for The Huffington Post and the American Society for Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery's Smart Beauty Guide.
Click here for a list of books, book chapters, and scientific articles authored by Dr. Yaremchuk.
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.