For more than 25 years Dr. Roger J. Oldham has dedicated his Bethesda, Maryland plastic surgery practice to the skincare health of Bethesda and Washington D.C. patients. For many patients, visiting Dr. Oldham’s in-office skin lesion and mole removal surgery center, the Bethesda Surgery Center, is easy, convenient, and potentially life-saving. In providing skin lesion and mole removal for his Bethesda-area patients, Dr. Oldham is making skincare health accessible and approachable.
You already wear sunscreen, but still, as you age, moles are appearing where there previously had been flawless skin. This is normal, but changes in the mole are not. Dr. Oldham, a board certified plastic surgeon, recommends that all Bethesda-area patients be vigilant about skin lesions and moles, watching always for changes in size, shape, symmetry, color, and borders. If change occurs, Dr. Oldham advises patients to undergo a brief in-office skin lesion and mole removal surgery—typically lasting 15 minutes—in order to alleviate what could be dangerous asymmetrical skin cell growth and/or a pre-cancerous lesion. With Dr. Oldham, you have the benefit of the skilled hands of a plastic surgeon, which proves very important when moles present in visible places like the face, neck, arms, or legs. Before you call our office to schedule your personal skin lesion and mole removal consultation, look at these pictures before and after mole removal with Dr. Oldham.
When you call to schedule your personal skin lesion and mole removal consultation, feel free to ask any preliminary questions about cost, length of surgery, recovery time, and even directions from any of these nearby cities and neighborhoods in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Northwest D.C.: Chevy Chase, Montgomery Village, Rockville, Germantown, Silver Spring, Olney, Gaithersburg, Bethesda, and Potomac, Maryland; Falls Church,, Herndon, McLean, Annandale, Chantilly, Alexandria, Reston, Vienna, Fairfax, and Arlington, Northern Virginia; and , Georgetown, in Northwest Washington D.C.