Dr. Roger J. Oldham is an expert in breast surgery including breast augmentation, breast lift, and breast reduction. For more than 25 years Dr. Oldham has been performing breast reduction surgery for patients whose breasts are uncomfortably large. Dr. Oldham has been voted Bethesda’s Best Plastic Surgeon by Bethesda Magazine and Washington D.C.’s “Top Doc” by Washingtonian Magazine. Breast reduction surgery is a common procedure for women who suffer from oversized breasts. Dr. Oldham can help to remove excess breast tissue and with it, your neck and back pain.
New innovations in breast reduction surgery maximize results while minimizing scarring. Through a unique procedure, Dr. Oldham makes an incision around the areola and down the breast. An additional incision is then made under the breast. This “keyhole” incision allows the doctor to remove excess breast tissue and then close the breast, allowing for inconspicuous scarring. Each individual is different, but scarring under the breast and around the areola becomes faint and barely visible over time. As an additional benefit to breast reduction surgery, Dr. Oldham can reshape the breasts and lift them to provide perkier breasts. And, patients sometimes request the resizing and relocating of the areola as large breasts sometimes stretch areolas to a much larger size. See for yourself the many ways that Dr. Oldham can customize breast reduction surgery to fit your personal needs when you visit his online photo gallery and see pictures of patients before and after breast reduction surgery with Dr. Roger J. Oldham.
Dr. Oldham understands your busy schedule. That’s why Dr. Oldham is an attending surgeon at a number of surgical facilities including Suburban Hospital or Suburban Outpatient Surgery Center in Bethesda, Sibley Hospital in Washington D.C., and Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville, Maryland. These and his Bethesda practice are conveniently-located near your workplace or residence: Potomac, Silver Spring, Gaithersburg, Chevy Chase, Germantown, Montgomery Village, and Olney, Maryland; Vienna, Arlington, Reston, Tysons, McLean, Fairfax, Alexandria, Annandale, Herndon, and Great Falls, Northern Virginia, and Cleveland Park, Georgetown, and Dupont Circle in Northwest Washington D.C.).