Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a plastic surgeon with more than 25 years of experience and status as a board certified practitioner with the American Society for Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Oldham’s reputation precedes him; Dr. Oldham has been voted among Washingtonian Magazine’s “Top Doctors,” and has been named one of “Bethesda’s Best Plastic Surgeons” by Bethesda Magazine. While his years of experience has led to expertise in many plastic surgery procedures, Dr. Oldham also specializes in skin enhancement procedures, like microdermabrasion, chemical peel, and Fraxel laser treatments that offer patients non-invasive, non-surgical alternatives.
Microdermabrasion is one skincare treatment that removes dead skin on the surface of the face and flushes out blemish-causing irritants deeper in the skin. A chemical peel is different from other skincare treatments because it exfoliates and removes surface layers of the skin that are heavy with cells that are dead or dying. At-home treatments and exfoliates rarely reach secondary layers of skin where oils can get trapped and cause embarrassing blemishes. Fraxel laser treatment includes the treatment of facial veins also known as lentigo and age spots or “liver” spots. If your skin is still as soft and firm as it was in your youth, but betrays you with age spots, then laser treatment may be for you. Each treatment is different, but is administered over time in varying ranges (3-4 treatments on average for Fraxel). Which is right for you? Schedule your 30-minute personal consultation with Dr. Oldham to discuss skincare treatment options. You can also see pictures of patients before and after Microdermabrasion.
Dr. Roger J. Oldham’s convenient Bethesda, Maryland plastic surgery practice not only sees patients from Maryland, but also in neighborhoods of Northern Virginia and in boroughs of Northwest Washington DC: Alexandria, Great Falls, Cleveland Park, Bethesda, Herndon, Silver Spring, Georgetown, Olney, Tysons, Chevy Chase, , Gaithersburg, Fairfax, Germantown, Arlington, Fairfax, McLean, Dupont, Rockville, Annandale, and Reston.
May 22 2010