Facial rejuvenation plastic surgery is a category of plastic surgery which includes several procedures that can enhance the appearance of your face through a number of reshaping and lifting techniques including rhinoplastyÂ (reshaping of the nose). Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a board certified plastic surgeon who practices in Bethesda, Maryland.Â With more than 25 years of experience with rhinoplasty (nose reshaping), Dr. Oldham was voted Bethesdaâ€™s Best Plastic Surgeon by Bethesda Magazine.Â Using the closed rhinoplasty procedure that has been trusted effective for decades, Dr. Oldham is able to achieve the most effective results with the least amount of scarring.
Dr. Oldhamâ€™s decades of experience performing rhinoplasty surgery have made him one of the Washington D.C. areaâ€™s most trusted plastic surgeons.Â But, while one surgical method for rhinoplasty is proven effective, this does not mean that each patient desires the same procedural nose reshaping technique.Â Dr. Oldham serves the Washington D.C. area which is widely recognized as both a transient and uniquely diverse area.Â Every patient is beautiful and unique, and as such, Dr. Oldham spends incredible amounts of time with each patient, listening and discussing surgical details.Â In his online photo gallery, Dr. Oldham features several pictures of unique patients before and after rhinoplasty with Dr. Oldham. Patients often inquire about the price, benefits, length of surgery, and other surgical details regarding rhinoplasty (nose reshaping).Â If you have questions, call our Bethesda office to talk to our cosmetic coordinator, Janet, who can help answer your questions and schedule your personal consultation with Dr. Oldham.Â
Dr. Oldham is an attending surgeon at Suburban Hospital orÂ Suburban Outpatient Surgery Center in Bethesda,Â Maryland, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville, Maryland, and Sibley Hospital in Washington D.C.Â Dr. Oldhamâ€™s Bethesda practices see patients from all over the greater Washington D.C. area: Rockville, Potomac, Silver Spring, Germantown, Montgomery Village, Chevy Chase, Olney, and Gaithersburg, Maryland; Arlington, Great Falls, Herndon, Annandale, McLean, Vienna, Fairfax, Tysons, and Reston, and Alexandria, Northern Virginia, and Georgetown, Federal Triangle, Cleveland Park, and Dupont Circle, in Northwest Washington D.C.).