Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a plastic surgeon who has been practicing in the Bethesda, Maryland suburb of Washington D.C. for more than 25 years. Among his surgical skills, Dr. Oldham is especially well versed in body contouring procedures like abdominoplasty, liposuction and modified abdominoplasty. Each of these procedures can target precise areas of the body and often target the abdominal region for a more sleek, deeply toned appearance.
The procedure modified abdominoplasty (mini tummy tuck surgery) with Dr. Roger J. Oldham is much like the traditional abdominoplasty but there are a few key differences. For example, a traditional abdominoplasty treats the entire abdominal region including the area under the breast bone/chest muscles all the way down to the pubic bone, just above the pubic region. Speaking in muscular terms, this entire abdominal area is divided into the upper and lower regions which are divided into regions above and below the naval, respectively. While the traditional abdominoplasty treats the entire abdomen, the modified abdominoplasty targets only the lower abdomen for the removal of excess tissue (skin and fat), as seen in these pleasing results before and after a modified abdominoplasty (mini tummy tuck).
Call our Bethesda, Maryland plastic surgery practice if you would like to meet with Dr. Oldham for your mini tummy tuck consultation. Dr. Oldham meets with patients several times before the procedure to ensure each patient is an ideal candidate and the results will match expectation for mini tummy tuck surgery.