A significant portion of the wide range of plastic surgery procedures offered by Dr. Roger J. Oldham involve correcting what age has done to our bodies. Aging is a natural process, but can occur during a time period when men and women feel the most confident about themselves, and most comfortable with their lives. Dr. Oldham understands the frustration that an aging body can cause, and he provides breast lift surgery for women whose full lives have lead their breasts to age, sag, and lose volume and aesthetic shape. Breast lift surgery can correct these undesirable changes. Dr. Oldham, board certified plastic surgeon, has more than 25 years of experience performing breast lift surgery for Bethesda area patients and his renowned status is no secret. For the past 20 years, Dr. Oldham has been voted
In order to best prepare your body for breast lift surgery, Dr. Oldham will order a history and physical. This standard step of the process ensures that you are fit to undergo surgery. After being approved by your doctor, your breast lift surgery will be scheduled for a future date. Prior to surgery, however, you should discontinue the use of some supplements and daily vitamins. If you take aspirin on a daily basis, consult your doctor to see if you can stop use for 10 days. This includes Advil and other ibuprofens. Tylenol, however, is a safe pain medication should you require it. In addition, Vitamin E and blood-thinners should be discontinued for up to 2 weeks prior to surgery. Vitamin E, specifically, has been known to cause additional bleeding, a risk easily avoided by discontinuing use for 2 weeks. After the initial post-surgery week, use can begin again, and you can begin to experience life with more youthful breasts that don’t sag, but rather perk up. Just look at these patients before and after breast lift surgery with Dr. Oldham.
Dr. Oldham sees patients from: Germantown, Potomac, Silver Spring, Olney, Bethesda, Montgomery Village, Aspen Hill, Chevy Chase, Rockville, and Gaithersburg, Maryland; Annandale, Reston, Tysons, Herndon, Fairfax, Great Falls, Chantilly, Vienna, McLean, Alexandria, Falls Church, and Arlington, Northern Virginia; and Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Cleveland Park, and Federal Triangle, in Northwest.