Gynecomastia is a medical condition marked by excess glandular tissue or fat deposits in the chest. Creating the appearance of female breasts, the condition can limit clothing options, detract from your physical efforts, and result in embarrassment – and oftentimes personal effort to address the problem will fail to produce results. Gynecomastia is common in […]
male breast reduction
Recovery from male breast reduction may take up to six weeks. During this time, it is important that you continue to follow all of the pre and postoperative directions provided by our office to help prevent complications and unsatisfactory results. Keeping your incisions dry and clean, minimizing activities, and giving yourself time to rest will
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
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
Thank you, everyone, for attending last night’s cosmetic surgery, skin care, and facial rejuvenation seminar at Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, Rhode Island! Remember to book your consultation to take advantage of your 20% discount! The live demonstrations of Botox/Dysport and injectable dermal fillers was a huge success! Thank you to all of our
The latest in looking your best!!! A free cosmetic surgery seminar with Dr. Andrea Doyle on May 16 at Roger Williams Medical Center.
Attend our free seminar to learn about the latest innovations in both surgical and non-invasive cosmetic procedures.