One of the most important decisions you will make during the process of elective plastic surgery will be choosing your surgeon. If you ask not only patients, but also physicians in the Washington D.C. and Bethesda areas for a recommendation, they will very likely refer you to Dr. Roger J. Oldham, Bethesda board certified plastic surgeon, and experienced breast surgeon. Dr. Oldham performs breast augmentation (implants), breast lift, combined lift and augmentation, and breast reduction, providing a number of options for women who are dissatisfied with their breasts, for any reason. Dr. Oldham’s results in breast reduction surgery are very satisfying. For women who scar favorably, the site of incisions are barely visible. See for yourself in these pictures of patients before and after breast reduction surgery with Dr. Oldham.
Breast reduction surgery is often an ideal choice for women who feel that the size of their breasts is excessive and interrupts daily activities. Breast reduction (reduction mammoplasty) is a surgical option to correct excess tissue in the breast. It is performed via two incisions, one which traces around the areola and down the breast vertically, and one which is made under the breast where the bottom of the cup of your bra typically rests. The areola scar often blends quite nicely into the skin tone as the pigmentation in that area already differs from the rest of the breast. You may have concerns about the price of breast reduction surgery, and the cost you will pay if your health insurance company denies your claim. Janet, our patient counselor, will help you with the process of filing the claim, coordinating correspondence between Dr. Oldham and your insurance company, and finding payment options if the claim is not supported. Dr. Oldham and his staff are here to serve you every step of the way.
Call Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to schedule your breast reduction consultation with Dr. Oldham. When you call, remember to ask for directions from: Montgomery Village, Olney, Chevy Chase, Bethesda, Gaithersburg, Potomac, Silver Spring, Germantown, Rockville, Maryland; Annandale, McLean, Alexandria, Great Falls, Herndon, Reston, Vienna, Chantilly, Fairfax, Falls Church, and Arlington, Northern Virginia; and Georgetown, in Northwest Washington D.C.