In Bethesda, Maryland, cosmetic surgeon Dr. Roger J. Oldham has been serving the needs of patients in/around Washington D.C. for 25+ years. Offering both cosmetic (rhinoplasty, facelift, breast augmentation, etc.) and reconstructive (mole removal, skin cancer removal, etc.) plastic surgery procedures and treatments, Dr. Oldham has established himself among Washington D.C.’s “Top Plastic Surgeons” as voted by Washingtonian Magazine. Dr. Oldham offers patients many options for body contouring including abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) & modified abdominoplasty (mini tummy tuck surgery). With a tummy tuck or mini tummy tuck, Dr. Oldham can access and remove stubborn reserves of fat that have been resistant to your diets and exercise regimes.
To see the difference between a tummy tuck and mini tummy tuck, look at these pictures before and after abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) surgery, and before and after a modified abdominoplasty (mini tummy tuck). Patients who elect a mini tummy tuck may have less excess in their upper abdomen, which is why the before and after images show the most dramatic results in the lower abdomen, below the naval. So if you are unsure about which procedure would help you most, consider these preliminary questions: Do you carry weight in the upper abdomen? Do your pants feel restricting? Do they create an undesired “roll” over your belt? Or, do you carry weight in the lower abdomen? Or, do you carry weight equally throughout the abdomen? Dr. Oldham can help you decide between abdominoplasty and modified abdominoplasty during your 30-minute personal consultation. So schedule your personal consultation today!
And when you call, ask about directions to Dr. Oldham’s office in Bethesda, Maryland (near Montgomery Mall, the I-270 Spur, and: Maryland: Aspen Hill, Montgomery Village, Chevy Chase, Silver Spring, Olney, Gaithersburg, Potomac, Rockville, Germantown, and Bethesda; Virginia: Vienna, Alexandria, Annandale, Fairfax, Herndon, McLean, Falls Church, Chantilly, Arlington, Reston, and Great Falls; and Northwest Washington D.C.: Cleveland Park, Georgetown.