Dr. Roger J. Oldham, voted Bethesda’s “Best Plastic Surgeon” by Bethesda Magazine, is among the Washington D.C. metropolitan area’s most experienced plastic surgeons for facelift surgery. Board certified and practicing for 25+ years, Dr. Oldham is your most trusted surgeon for facelift surgery and minimally-invasive facelift alternatives. Dr. Oldham offers facelift surgery, Botox, injectable fillers (Juvederm, Radiesse, etc.), and skincare health (microdermabrasion, chemical peel, and laser treatment for age spots) in Bethesda, Maryland. Call Dr. Roger J. Oldham to schedule your personal facelift consultation today.
Dr. Oldham advises patients considering minimally-invasive facelift alternatives like Botox and others, that facelift surgery produces more effective results. Skincare health treatments are referred to as “facelift alternatives” because they are minimally invasive, meaning they provide treatment to affected areas through topical or superficial treatments, rather than through incisions and skin redraping as with a facelift. For most of us, however, signs of aging develop slowly over time, and Botox and facial injectables can provide proactive treatment to fine lines and wrinkles as, or even before, they form. To see the difference between these methods, visit our online photo gallery to see pictures of patients before and after facelift surgery, before and after Botox, and before and after Juvederm/Radiesse. To discuss which options are right for you and your face, call Dr. Oldham’s Bethesda office to schedule your personal consultation today.
Facelift alternatives can be administered in-office at our Bethesda, Maryland location near Montgomery Mall, a 30-minute drive from these nearby cities in the greater Washington D.C. area: Silver Spring, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Chevy Chase, Aspen Hill, Montgomery Village, Potomac, Rockville, Olney, and Bethesda, Maryland; Chantilly, Herndon, Falls Church, Annandale, Fairfax, Great Falls, McLean, Tysons, Alexandria, Arlington, Reston, and Vienna, Northern Virginia; and Federal Triangle, Dupont Circle, Georgetown, and Cleveland Park in Northwest.