How long have you been suffering under the physical and emotional burden enlarged breasts? Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a Bethesda, Maryland board certified plastic surgeon with 25 years of experience helping women who have decided to undergo breast surgery including breast reduction, breast augmentation, and breast lift procedures. Breast reduction surgery in particular has been one of Dr. Oldham’s personal specializations for nearly three decades. It’s no wonder his patients and colleagues have voted him Bethesda’s “best plastic surgeon” and Washington D.C.’s “top plastic surgeon” (as voted in Bethesda and Washingtonian Magazines).
You probably have a few questions about breast reduction and the way it is surgically performed. You also, no doubt, have questions about the cost and possibility of health insurance coverage. For many patients, breast reduction surgery comes after several alternative treatments including physical therapy and chiropractic treatments, all of which must be documented medically before a claim can be submitted to a healthcare provider. Even then, many health insurance companies may not provide coverage for breast reduction surgery. If you want to know if Dr. Oldham’s previous patients have been successful in their breast reduction claims, contact our office. Dr. Oldham always takes before and after photographs of all breast reduction surgery procedures which helps future breast reduction patients, like you, appreciate the dramatic results. See pictures of patients before and after breast reduction surgery with Dr. Oldham on our website.
If you have more questions about breast surgery and/or a breast reduction procedure, call Dr. Oldham’s Bethesda office today to schedule your personal breast reduction consultation. Dr. Oldham sees patients from: Montgomery Village, Germantown, Silver Spring, Rockville, Olney, Bethesda, Gaithersburg, Potomac, Chevy Chase, in Maryland; McLean, Alexandria, Herndon, Annandale, Reston, Chantilly, Fairfax, Great Falls, Vienna, Arlington, and Falls Church, Northern Virginia; and Georgetown, in Northwest Washington D.C.