Chief of Craniofacial Surgery at MGH as well as operating his private practice at 170 Commonwealth Avenue, Suite 101 Boston, MA
Dr. Yaremchuk is currently Chief of Craniofacial Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital and a Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. He is the director of the Harvard Plastic Surgery training program, and is known as an innovator and teacher and 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, he 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 practices the full range of plasic surgery while focussing on cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of 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 concerns.
Dr. Yaremchuk has authored three textbooks, 40 book chapters, and over 100 scientific articles. He has lectured to his surgical colleagues around the world. His research laboratory focuses on the potential of bioengineered tissues and transplantation to enhance or reconstruct the face and facial skeleton. He has been certified by both the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery.