Modified abdominoplasty surgery with Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a popular procedure among Bethesda area patients. Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a board certified plastic surgeon serving the Bethesda and Washington D.C. areas for more than 25 years. Mini tummy tuck surgery is among several procedures known as body contouring. Others, performed by Dr. Oldham, include liposuction and full tummy tuck (abdominoplasty). If you have decided that you simply cannot take any more of the frustrations related to dieting and exercise which attempts to target excess fatty tissue in the lower abdomen, call Dr. Oldham, voted Bethesda’s “Best Plastic Surgeon” by Bethesda Magazine.
Ideal candidates for mini tummy tuck surgery are those patients who carry excess weight in their lower abdomen. Dr. Oldham recommends modified abdominoplasty for patients who are otherwise healthy, but who struggle to re-contour the lower abdomen. The lower abdomen not only carries excess fatty tissue, but the presence of such weight can stress the abdominal muscles and skin, causing the muscles to spread and the skin to lose laxity and produce stretch marks. During modified abdominoplasty (mini tummy tuck) Dr. Oldham not only removes excess tissue through liposuction, but he also re-tightens abdominal muscles, and smoothes the skin, removing the droop and sag and resulting in a sleek, toned lower abdomen. See these dramatic results for yourself in these pictures of patients before and after a modified abdominoplasty (mini tummy tuck).
When you call to schedule your personal mini tummy tuck consultation with Dr. Oldham, feel free to ask any questions you might have about price, recovery time, risks, scheduling the surgery at area hospitals (Sibley Hospital, and Suburban Outpatient Surgery Center), and benefits and even directions from: Olney, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Potomac, Gaithersburg, Rockville, Silver Spring, Germantown, Aspen Hill, and Montgomery Village, Maryland; McLean, Alexandria, Herndon, Chantilly, Reston, Vienna, Tysons, Fairfax, Arlington, Falls Church, and Annandale, Northern Virginia; and Georgetown, in Northwest Washington D.C.