These days, selfies are growing in popularity. If you’re one of those people that love to take selfies, or even pictures, we recommend you turn off your flash. Why? Well, there’s been a lot of question about whether the flashes from our phones could be playing a huge part in
Aesthetics at YMD
Take your skin's health to the next level with a treatment by our aestheticians, Jessica and Chloe. We offer Hydrafacials, microneedling with PRP, SkinMedica chemical peels, dermaplaning, and personalized facials, as well as medical grade skincare with SkinMedica, Revision and EltaMD. Come in for your complimentary consultation and treatment plan today!
YMD Facial Plastic Surgery now incorporates HydraFacial as one of the critical steps to getting great skin. HydraFacial is an innovative device combining med spa comfort with surgical style technology for the results you want, that you can't get anywhere else.
Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, can be performed with or without PRP (plateletrich plasma). PRP speeds up the healing process and offers a completely natural way to enhance your results
SkinMedica Chemical Peels
Chemical peels are a great, non-invasive way to boost your skin's appearance. The outer layer of skin is removed in a controlled manner, allowing new skin to be regenerated. We offer 3 options, which will be chosen by your aesthetician based on your skin's needs and your treatment goals.
Dr. Ruth Hill Yeilding
Dr. Ruth Hill Yeilding is the medical director and founder of YMD Facial Plastic Surgery located in Winter Park, Florida. Board Certified by The American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgery and The American Board of Ophthalmology, Dr. Yeilding had intense fellowship training in oculoplastics and facial cosmetic surgery. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Washington & Lee University magna cum laude and received her Medical Doctorate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, which was also conferred magna cum laude
Dr. Ruth Hill Yeilding
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Acne. It seems like some of us can never escape it. The hardest part about it all is that there really isn’t a cure. As much as we want to be able to just snap our fingers and it’ll go away, that’s never the case. Dealing with constant breakouts can
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