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Boston Facial Plastic Surgery
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Welcome to
Boston Facial Plastic Surgery!
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Meet Dr. Der Sarkissian

(MD, FACS)

Welcome to our plastic surgeon clinic

Meet Dr. Der Sarkissian

(MD, FACS)

Dr. Der Sarkissian is a Double Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who focuses exclusively on the face and neck. He is the former Chief of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Boston Medical Center and presently serves as Assistant Clinical Professor of Facial Plastic Surgery at Boston University School of Medicine. He is involved with teaching tenets of Facial Plastic Surgery to residents and fellows in training from Harvard University, Boston University, Tufts University and University of Massachusetts Schools of Medicine. He has been awarded Boston University’s coveted Teaching Award for Excellence in resident and medical student teaching.

 

General Procedures

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Lip Enhancement

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that exists as a matrix between human cells.The material is synthesized in such a manner that makes it less likely to be degraded and more likely to persist. Unlike other filler products that are derived from animal sources, hyaluronic acid fillers are not animal derived. Restylane has been used extensively in Europe and Canada since 1996 and received FDA approval for use in the U.S. in 2003.

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Skin Rejuvenation

Glycolic acid is a non toxic Alpha Hydroxy Acid derived from sugar cane. Application to the skin wick “lift away” the aging surface skin cells and allow younger, less sun damaged cells to come to the surface and “freshen” the skin. Glycolic acid is present in many skin care products at concentration levels of 3-5. The peels applied under the direction of a physician range from 20-70, with the appropriate concentration chosen based on your particular skin type and degree of skin damage.

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Cheek and Chin Implants

Well defined facial features help give balance to the face enhancing both the profile and frontal appearance. Some individuals may benefit from higher or fuller cheekbones or a more prominent chin.The analysis begins with evaluating the entire facial contour including the bony framework as well as the overlying skin, muscle and fat compartments. Equally important is the relationship of the chin and cheeks to the nose, the size and shape of the lips and even the position of the eyes.

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