Neurotoxins, fillers & fat implants
Dr. Yaremchuk has extensive experience in the use of neurotoxins, fillers and fat injections, which all have roles in facial rejuvenation and facial contour enhancement. Whether as alternatives or complements to surgical options, these non-surgical interventions can help to refresh and rejuvenate your look. Dr. Yaremchuk's blunt needle tip technique for fillers means reduced recovery time - the "after" image below was taken only 30 minutes after the procedure, with no bruising or swelling in sight!
The popularity of BOTOX and fillers and the appearance of "professionals" in med spas and even dentist's offices may lead you to believe that you can get the same treatments anywhere - this is not the case! As a certified cosmetic surgeon with years of experience, Dr. Yaremchuk's expert application and technique will help you have the smoothest possible experience.
Neurotoxins eliminate or reduce dynamic wrinkles: think crow's feet, forehead wrinkles and glabellar frown lines (the 11s between the eyes). These are areas poorly treated by surgery.
Fillers, depending on their composition, are useful for treating fine lines and areas of soft tissue deflation. Voluma is especially effective for large area volume augmentation, such as the cheek area. Belotero's unique formulation and ability to adapt within the skin make it especially useful for filling wrinkles and lip lines.
Options; JUVÃ‰DERM, Restylane, Perlane, Radiesse, Belotero
Fat injections may complement facelift surgery in certain patients. There are some patients who have both skeletal and soft tissue deficiencies. These patients can benefit from both implant augmentation of their facial skeleton as well as volume enhancement of their soft tissue envelope with the selective use of fat injections.
Follow the link to see "My Facial Rejuvenation with Doctor Yaremchuk"http://gorgeousglobetrotter.com/my-facial-rejuvenation-with-dr-michael-yaremchuk/
The post op photo was taken 30 minutes after the injection. Note the lack of swelling or bruising due to the blunt needle technique.
"I just had a fantastic experience with Dr. Michael Yaremchuk of Boston, and I recommend his practice very highly. I had a consult with Dr. Yaremchuk, to see about what he recommended for me in terms of facial rejuvenation using injectable fillers. He absolutely wowed me with his expertise and friendly, professional manner. I went to see him, assuming that he would probably advise filling in my nasolabial folds and slight marionette lines. On the contrary -- he advised against doing that and instead, after looking at some photos of me when I was younger, suggested otherwise. At my appointment, he injected Radiesse volumizing filler into my cheeks, to fill them out and compensate for my cheek implants thathad fallen over time and were too low on my face. He also used what he told me was a "blunt needle technique," to minimize bruising. He also injected Belotero Balance to fill in a depression on my nose, and also injected it into my lips, to make my lips fuller. Dr. Yaremchuk injected Xeomin into my crow's feet by my eyes and also on my forehead, to decrease wrinkles. I had minimal bruising, no pain, and very slight swelling -- but after three days my husband tells me I'm a knockout. I absolutely intend to visit Dr. Yaremchuk soon for a plastic surgery consult, and I recommend his work and professionalism -- and impressive expertise -- with enthusiasm. He is a Boston plastic surgeon of the highest caliber, and if you visit his website you can read all about his body of work, which includes writing three plastic surgery textbooks. Along with all of his distinguished credentials, Dr. Yaremchuk is a clinical professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School, and chief of cranio-facial surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. With a CV like that, don't bother seeing another cosmetic plastic surgeon in Boston -- Dr. Yaremchuk is the go-to-guy, in my opinion."