Breast augmentation surgery enhances the size and shape of your natural breasts. And no one performs breast augmentation surgery better than Dr. Roger J. Oldham of Bethesda. Dr. Oldham is board certified by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and has more than 25 years of experience performing breast augmentation surgery in the Bethesda area. Breast augmentation surgery is ideal for anyone who feels dissatisfaction with the size of their breasts or who feel that their breasts are disproportionate when compared to their body’s natural shape and frame. Dr. Oldham understands your concerns. Self-esteem is largely tied to self-image and women who feel that their breasts are too small carry that dissatisfaction everywhere they go. Dr. Oldham can help.
Breast augmentation surgery is performed one of two ways: an incision can be made under the breast to have the silicone or saline implant placed in front of the chest muscles, or the implant (choice of saline or silicone) is placed behind the chest muscles through an incision near the underarm. Dr. Oldham can discuss these options with you and help you decide which breast augmentation surgery procedure is the best for you and your body. Dr. Oldham will provide full disclosure during your personal consultation including answering any questions you may have about the price, benefits, length of surgery, recovery time related to breast augmentation surgery. To see Dr. Oldham’s expertise in action, just look at these pictures of patients before and after breast augmentation surgery with Dr. Roger J. Oldham.
Breast augmentation surgery can be performed at either of the following facilities where Dr. Oldham is an attending surgeon: Suburban Outpatient Surgery Center in Bethesda, Maryland and Sibley Hospital in Washington D.C., both of which are located near: Silver Spring, Gaithersburg, Montgomery Village, Germantown, Rockville, Olney, Potomac, and Chevy Chase, Maryland; Reston, Arlington, McLean, Fairfax, Annandale, Great Falls, Herndon, Vienna, Alexandria, Northern Virginia, and Georgetown in Washington D.C.