When you think of anti-aging skin enhancement treatments, what you do you consider? Botox? Injectable fillers? What about Fraxel laser treatments? Dr. Roger J. Oldham has embraced the newest technology in anti-aging skin enhancement. Dr. Oldham is a board certified plastic surgeon with more than 25 years of experience practicing both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery including surgical and invasive procedures but also non-invasive skincare health treatments like Fraxel laser treatment which can treat wrinkles as well as age/sun spots, and even facial acne scars. Bethesda patients have been seeking the skincare expertise of Dr. Oldham for decades because Dr. Oldham is a board certified plastic surgeon who was voted Bethesda’s Best Plastic Surgeon and a Washington D.C.’s Top Plastic Surgeon by Bethesda and Washingtonian Magazines.
Fraxel laser treatment is a new laser technology that you might have been hearing about through your friends. Fraxel laser treatment works by encouraging your skin to begin producing deeper collagen, a production process that slows with age or through other factors (pregnancy, acne, sun exposure, skin pigmentation, etc.). Fraxel also stimulates the skin’s elasticity, reminding it to perform as it once had during your youth. Treatment results occur over a six-month period, and improvement is visible as the skin’s health progresses. Long-term results can last for years which is probably why Fraxel has become so popular. Fraxel is particularly effective in treating shallow wrinkles and fine lines, skin pigmentation (melasma, sun spots, age spots, etc.) and scars from skin disorders like acne. Please feel free to contact our office to schedule your personal Fraxel consultation with Dr. Oldham.
Because Fraxel is non-invasive, it can be performed in-office at Dr. Oldham’s Bethesda plastic surgery practice located near your residence or workplace and these cities and neighborhoods: Montgomery Village, Olney, Bethesda, Germantown, Chevy Chase, Potomac, Silver Spring, Rockville, and Gaithersburg; Alexandria, Great Falls, Arlington, Tysons, McLean, Vienna, Herndon, Fairfax, Reston, Arlington, and Annandale, Virginia; and Georgetown, Cleveland Park, Federal Triangle, and Dupont Circle in Northwest Washington D.C.