Dr. Roger J. Oldham has been practicing plastic surgery for more than 25 years. He is a board certified plastic surgeon located conveniently in Bethesda, Maryland at the I-270/I-495 Spur. Each week, patients from all over the Washington D.C. area visit Dr. Oldham to discuss body contouring procedures. Included among these are liposuction, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), and modified abdominoplasty (mini tummy tuck). Liposuction performed by Dr. Oldham can be used to trim excess fat from areas of the body including hips, thighs, the abdomen, and even the legs. If you have experienced the frustration of workout regimens that fail to target the abdomen or hips, then you have something in common with Dr. Oldham’s previous liposuction patients. After liposuction with Dr. Oldham, however, that frustration no longer weighs them down.
Many people believe that liposuction is only performed on the abdomen, and this misconception probably occurs because the abdomen does tend to be an area of the body that attracts and holds excess and fat. But, as we all know, our individual body makeup is unique and each of us have different body compositions. Some of us retain fat in the abdomen, but others have curvy hips or thighs. Many factors including genetics influence the way fat is carried, but our genes don’t have to determine our appearance. With liposuction surgery by Dr. Oldham, fat can be removed with the use of a specialized suction instrument that can target very specific areas and leaves very small scars. See patients before and after liposuction surgery with Dr. Oldham.
During your personal liposuction consultation with Dr. Oldham, you will receive full disclosure including answers to any questions you might have about price, scheduling the surgery at area hospitals, benefits, recovery time, risks, and even directions from: Olney, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Potomac, Gaithersburg, Rockville, Aspen Hill, Silver Spring, Montgomery Village, and Germantown, Maryland; McLean, Great Falls, Alexandria, Herndon, Chantilly, Reston, Vienna, Fairfax, Arlington, Annandale, Tysons, and Falls Church, Northern Virginia; and Georgetown, in Northwest Washington D.C.