If you have decided that you are a good candidate for rhinoplasty (nose reshaping surgery), you are probably at the stage of researching and choosing your plastic surgeon. Dr. Roger J. Oldham is your ideal plastic surgeon. Dr. Oldham has more than 25 years of experience serving Bethesda and Washington D.C. area patients as a board certified plastic surgeon. Personally, Dr. Oldham takes immense amounts of joy in helping young women and men boost their self-image and self-esteem with rhinoplasty surgery and his patients notice his generosity and professionalism. For 20 years running, Dr. Oldham has been voted Washington D.C.’s “Top Plastic Surgeon” or “Top Doc” in Washingtonian magazine, and has been recommended by Checkbook magazine for his economical surgical fees.
See the dramatic effects before and after nose reshaping rhinoplasty with Dr. Oldham. For patients who are dissatisfied with the appearance or proportions of their nose, rhinoplasty is a surgery which reshapes and contours the nasal cartilage to your desired specifications. Dr. Oldham discusses all the aspects of rhinoplasty surgery during your 30-minute personal rhinoplasty consultation. Typically, patients complain of a bridge that carries a bump when they desire a smooth slope, or they dislike enlarged nostrils and desire nostrils that match the bone structure and profile of the face. No matter the reason for your dissatisfaction, Dr. Oldham will work with you and together, you will identify exactly what will satisfy you.
During your personal rhinoplasty 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, Suburban Hospital and Suburban Outpatient Surgery Center, and Shady Grove Adventist Hospital), benefits and even directions from: Montgomery Village, Olney, Bethesda, Potomac, Gaithersburg, Chevy Chase, Rockville, Silver Spring, Aspen Hill, and Germantown, Maryland; Annandale, McLean, Herndon, Chantilly, Alexandria, Vienna, Reston, Fairfax, Falls Church, and Arlington, Northern Virginia; and Georgetown, in Northwest Washington D.C.