Kybella® is a non-surgical solution for submental fullness, more commonly known as “double chin.” In addition to treating moderate to severe submental fullness, Kybella® can help to sculpt the jawline by destroying the fat cells that lead to jowls. Kybella® does not, however, tighten the skin and may not be the best solution for jowls … Continue reading Can Kybella® be Used on Jowls?
June is Fresh Fruits and Veggies Month – and a good time to take a look at your current diet to see where it might be improved for a healthier and more attractive physique. Diets high in whole foods, particularly fresh fruits and vegetables, offer several benefits, including weight management, heart health, and decreased risks … Continue reading Fresh Fruits & Veggies Month
Blepharoplasty, more commonly known as eyelid surgery or an eye lift, can improve vision in people with droopy upper lids. With this procedure, upper lids can be gently lifted to reduce vision obstruction, creating a more youthful and alert appearance in the process. In addition to addressing droopy or sagging upper eyelids, blepharoplasty can correct … Continue reading Will Eyelid Surgery Improve My Vision?
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) releases an annual report on plastic surgery trends. Included in this report are the most popular surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures performed by board-certified plastic surgeons throughout the country. The 2020 Plastic Surgery Trends report has just been released, identifying the five most popular surgical options as: Nose … Continue reading What Are The Most Popular Plastic Surgery Procedures?
The type of breast implant you choose will have a decisive impact on the look and feel of your breast augmentation procedure. Because each woman is unique and each desire slightly different, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Andrea Doyle has opted to offer both silicone and saline options, enabling her to meet the varied needs and … Continue reading Saline Breast Implants vs. Silicone: Which is Best for Me?
Gynecomastia is the medical name for male breasts. Common in puberty when hormone fluctuations can lead to the development of excess glandular tissue, gynecomastia is often self-correcting. In fact, the National Institutes of Health reports that up to 95% of gynecomastia cases that occur during puberty regress naturally within one to three years. Pubescent gynecomastia … Continue reading Does Gynecomastia Go Away?
Liposuction is designed to target and remove fat deposits from nearly any area of the body. At the Centre for Aesthetic & Reconstructive surgery, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Andrea Doyle utilizes advanced liposuction techniques to optimize results while minimizing risks. If you are curious to learn what this body contouring procedure can do for you, … Continue reading Is Liposuction Permanent?
If you are unhappy with the way age, lifestyle choices, environmental factors, and genetics have changed your appearance over the years, it may be time to consider non-surgical facial rejuvenation. Unlike surgical procedures that require incisions, sutures, and a recovery period, most of the non-surgical options offered at our East Greenwich office require little to … Continue reading Non-surgical Facial Rejuvenation
While it’s no longer summertime, using sunscreen during the cooler months is still important. UVA and UVB rays can cause premature aging, sun spots, and even dry skin. Unprotected skin is also at heightened risk for developing skin cancer. There are different types of sunscreen, each working better for different individuals and needs. We would … Continue reading Sunscreen: Protect Your Skin
Dr. Andrea Doyle is a board-certified plastic surgeon serving East Greenwich and surrounding areas of Rhode Island. Dedicated to the health and happiness of each patient she sees, Dr. Doyle is thoughtful, caring, and attentive. She is here to listen to your concerns and help you determine the best way to reach your aesthetic goals. … Continue reading Meet Our Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon