In Bethesda, Maryland, few plastic surgeons have the experience of Dr. Roger J. Oldham. Dr. Oldham is a board certified plastic surgeon with more than 25 years of experience with cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery. Because of his excellent reputation as a professional. Dr. Oldham has been voted Washington D.C.’s “Top Plastic Surgeon” for 20 years by both patients and physician peers. Dr. Oldham specializes in both cosmetic (facelift, rhinoplasty nose reshaping, neck lift, tummy tuck abdominoplasty, and breast augmentation) and reconstructive (skincare health & skin lesion and mole removal) plastic surgery. In fact, Dr. Oldham’s office hosts the Bethesda Surgery Center, an outpatient surgical center that allows patients the convenience of in-office, same-day mole and skin lesion removal.
When patients hear about the convenience of the Bethesda Surgery Center, their first inquiry is usually related to cost. In their experience of dealing with insurance companies and health management organizations, patients have become accustomed to associating the word “cosmetic” with “not covered under benefits.” Fortunately for you, this is not the case with skin lesion and mole removal. For a significant portion of Dr. Oldham’s patients, insurance companies approve claims related to skin lesion. Obviously every plan as unique as our patients and you should familiarize yourself with the details of yours, but the insurance companies we work with in Dr. Oldham’s office have a good record for including skin lesion and mole removal under covered benefits. To see the excellent work achieved with in-office mole removal, visit our online photo gallery: before and after mole removal with Dr. Oldham
In Bethesda, Maryland (near Montgomery Mall and the I-270 Spur) Dr. Oldham serves patients from all over the Washington D.C. area including Maryland: Montgomery Village, Olney, Chevy Chase, Silver Spring, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Potomac, Bethesda, Germantown; Virginia: Fairfax, Vienna, Annandale, Falls Church, Alexandria, McLean, Reston, Herndon, Arlington, Chantilly; and Northwest Washington D.C.: Georgetown.