For more than 25 years, Dr. Roger J. Oldham has been performing Body Contouring surgery including abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), modified abdominoplasty (mini tummy tuck), and liposuction for Bethesda and Washington D.C. area patients. Patients who have had children turn to Dr. Oldham to restore their abdomen and body to its former toned physique. They seek the expertise of a board certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Oldham not only because of his experience with abdominoplasty (tummy tuck surgery), but also because of his status as Bethesda’s Best Plastic Surgeon and Washington D.C.’s Top Plastic Surgeon. Dr. Oldham achieved these titles because his loyal patients and colleagues voted for him in Bethesda and Washingtonian Magazines. If you want an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) after you’ve had children, you want Dr. Roger J. Oldham to perform it.
The primary goal of abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) surgery is to remove excess skin and fatty tissue from your abdominal area, a place where you may have been gaining weight during your childbearing years. The abdomen is the most difficult area of the body to target for fat loss despite rigorous, specified workouts and even the most careful diet. A secondary goal of abdominoplasty is to restore the location of the abdominal muscles, which can drift as fat collects in the region. During abdominoplasty surgery, Dr. Oldham retightens a series of muscles so that post-surgery you can go back to maintaining your health and physique with a bit of a head start. Dr. Oldham performs countless abdominoplasty surgeries per year. Visit his online photo gallery to see some of the amazing results as seen in patients before and after tummy tuck/abdominoplasty surgery with Dr. Roger J. Oldham.
As you prepare for your personal tummy tuck consultation with Dr. Oldham be prepared by considering any questions you might have about the price, benefits, length of surgery, and other surgical details regarding abdominoplasty. Dr. Oldham’s Bethesda, Maryland practice is conveniently-located near your residence or workplace in Northern Virginia, Washington D.C., or Maryland