When Bethesda area patients desire facial rejuvenation, they call Dr. Roger J. Oldham, a board certified plastic surgeon voted Bethesdaâ€™s Best Plastic Surgeon by Bethesda Magazine.Â Facial rejuvenation plastic surgery includes facelift, brow lift, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), rhinoplasty (nose reshaping), and chin augmentation.Â In his 25 years of plastic surgery practice, Dr. Oldham has performed chin augmentation for patients from all around the greater Washington D.C. area; decades of loyal patients then voted him Bethesdaâ€™s Best Plastic Surgeon in Bethesda Magazine.Â Â
If you feel like your receding chin robs your jawline of its beautiful proportions, then chin augmentation surgery with Dr. Oldham may be your answer.Â Chin augmentation surgery is specifically for patients like you.Â You are beautiful and yet you feel like something is missing.Â Often, a receding chin can offset the natural features of your face, and a chin implant can help. Â Through a small inconspicuous incision under the chin, an implant is inserted.Â Together, you and Dr. Oldham can decide what size implant will be right for your face. What would you look like after chin augmentation with Dr. Oldham?Â Look at these pictures of patients before and after chin augmentation.Â
Chin augmentation can be performed any of the following facilities where Dr. Oldham is an attending surgeon: Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville, Maryland, Sibley Hospital in Washington D.C., and Suburban Hospital orÂ Suburban Outpatient Surgery Center in Bethesda,Â Maryland.Â Dr. Oldhamâ€™s Bethesda practices see patients from all over the greater Washington D.C. area: Rockville, Silver Spring, Montgomery Village, Potomac, Chevy Chase, Olney, Germantown, and Gaithersburg, Maryland; Arlington, Herndon, McLean, Fairfax, Tysons, Great Falls, Vienna, Annandale, Alexandria, and Reston, Northern Virginia, and Federal Triangle, Cleveland Park, Georgetown, and Dupont Circle, in Northwest Washington D.C.).