When patients in the Bethesda/Washington D.C. area consider possibilities for their chin augmentation plastic surgeon, there are a number of qualities they seek including experience, courtesy, and the recommendations of trusted sources. Dr. Roger J. Oldham has been practicing in the Bethesda and Washington Metropolitan areas for 25+ years. In addition, during his previous years of practice, Dr. Oldham was voted among Washington D.C.’s “Top Plastic Surgeons” for more than 20 years. His professional and courteous bedside manner is well-recognized by patients who continue to seek his services for Chin augmentation surgery, among dozens of others. For chin augmentation, especially, patients have been referring their friends, family, and coworkers to Dr. Oldham for years.
Before you read on, aren’t you curious about what Dr. Oldham’s patients looked like before and after chin augmentation? Well, look no further. Dr. Oldham’s website hosts an extensive photo gallery, showcasing the successes he has every year performing plastic surgery procedures, including chin augmentation. If you visit the online photo gallery, you will find a handful of very impressive results, including photos of patients before and after chin augmentation. As demonstrated in these photos, Dr. Oldham carefully balances the face’s natural beauty with the supplement of a small chin implant, providing proportion and a natural symmetry.
If you are ready to have your face counted among these amazing success stories, contact Dr. Oldham's Bethesda office to schedule a personal chin augmentation consultation during which Dr. Oldham will provide full disclosure including an extensive discussion of the procedure itself, and an opportunity to ask answer questions you might have about price/cost, recovery time, benefits, length of surgery, etc. Dr. Oldham’s office is easily accessible from: Germantown, Olney, Gaithersburg, Bethesda, Montgomery Village, Potomac, Rockville, Silver Spring, and Chevy Chase, Maryland; Reston, Annandale, McLean, Great Falls, Arlington, Herndon, Vienna, Alexandria, Chantilly, and Fairfax, Northern Virginia; and Georgetown, in Northwest Washington D.C.