Dr. Theresa Jarmuz, founder of the Buckhead Facial Plastic Surgery clinic in Atlanta, was named Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women. The annual award is given to a highly professional woman committed to community involvement and leadership.
Jarmuz was recognized because of her dedication in both practice and education. She has taught facial and reconstructive surgery at Emory University School of Medication, where she is a clinical instructor in the otolaryngology department. As a researcher, Jarmuz specializes in wound-healing and injectable fillers, winning numerous awards and authoring multiple publications. She also lectures nationally.
At Buckhead, Jarmuz and her staff offers a number of treatments, including facial plastic surgery and non-surgical procedures.
“Because facial plastic surgery and non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatments truly help people look better and therefore feel more empowered, I take pride in helping men and women through my work to achieve more personally and professionally,” Jarmuz said in a statement. “If I can help someone make their lives better, that is a reward in itself. I look forward to the future, both in my practice and with my membership in the National Association of Professional Women.”
Jarmuz, a Buffalo, N.Y. native, earned her medical degree from the University of Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Her postgraduate work was conducted at Emory, after which she was one of 37 nationwide recipients of the prestigious Fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
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