After getting breast implants, the type of bra you wear matters. Dr. Roger J. Oldham offers tips for picking undergarments after augmentation surgery.
Cosmetic Surgery Serving Washington, DC - Dr. Roger J. Oldham Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Silicone and saline implants can help with asymmetrical and uneven breasts. Dr. Roger J. Oldham discusses breast augmentation and other surgical options.
When performing breast augmentation surgery on athletes, plastic surgeons must be mindful of implant size, profile, and placement.
Dr. Roger J. Oldham can perform breast implant revision for rippling so patients can enjoy natural-looking results.
Breast augmentation statistics, presented by Dr. Roger J. Oldham, can give context to your decision to undergo this procedure.
Roger J. Oldham, M.D., F.A.C.S., a board-certified plastic surgeon, discusses the process and unique aspects of breast augmentation for tubular breasts.
Capsular contracture is a breast augmentation complication in which scar tissue around the implants hardens. Corrective surgery can help. Roger J. Oldham, M.D. explains the basics.
Implant size is one of the foremost considerations in a breast augmentation, and smaller implants may provide additional advantages to some patients.
When choosing large breast implants, you should consider the benefits and risks, so you feel confident in your decision.
Plastic surgeon Roger J. Oldham explains to his patients the different types of breast implant profiles available.