Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a board certified plastic surgeon with more than 25 years of experience in skin lesion and mole removal. In fact, Dr. Oldham performs countless skin lesion removals each week, helping Bethesda area patients remain vigilant about skin cancer, and helping to guard them from pre-cancerous moles. In Bethesda, Dr. Oldham is the favorite of many patients, and they let him know. Dr. Oldham was voted Bethesda’s “Best Plastic Surgeon” in Bethesda Magazine, a testament to his wide and loyal patient base. Over 50% of Dr. Oldham’s weekly time spent in surgery is done performing in-office mole and skin lesion removal in his convenient in-office treatment facility, Bethesda Surgery Center. Just two visits and you can rest easy, knowing your commitment to skincare health is helping you to prevent skin cancer.
Did you know that last year alone almost 4 million skin lesion/mole removal procedures were performed by plastic surgeons across America? The American Society of Plastic Surgeon only recently released the figures, and we are amazed. America is very proactive about their skin’s health, and vigilance can save your life. While the most common form of skin cancer is non-melanoma, the most deadly, melanoma, accounts for 90% of America’s skin cancer-related deaths each year. Changes in your moles can be a clear indicator that it’s time to contact our office for your mole removal consultation with Dr. Oldham. Having a board certified plastic surgeon remove your moles and lesions is beneficial because it leaves inconspicuous scarring which is a benefit in visible areas like the face, neck, and arms. Visit our photo gallery to see photos before and after mole removal with Dr. Oldham.
Remember, Dr. Oldham offers in-office skin lesion and mole removal at the Bethesda Surgery Center, located within his plastic surgery practices. Dr. Oldham’s office is in Bethesda, Maryland at Fernwood Rd. and Democracy Blvd, near Montgomery Mall and these area cities: Chevy Chase, Rockville, Montgomery Village, Germantown, Olney, Bethesda, Potomac, Silver Spring, and Gaithersburg, Maryland; Annandale, Chantilly, Herndon, McLean, Great Falls, Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria, Vienna, Reston, and Falls Church, Northern Virginia; and Georgetown in Northwest D.C.