Cosmetic Surgery Serving Washington, DC - Dr. Roger J. Oldham Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Apr 07 2010

Two Visits, One Simple Step: Bethesda In-office Mole Removal

Science has proven that as little as 15 minutes in the sun can provide a person with their body’s daily desire of Vitamin D. Too much sun exposure, without the protection of sun screen, can cause life-threatening adverse effects. How are we to find a balance? Dr. Roger J. Oldham specializes in mole removal at his in-office Bethesda Surgery Center. Dr. Oldham sympathizes with the pace of your multitasking schedule, and makes an unequaled effort in providing time-saving treatment options to his Bethesda patients. Before the surgery itself (usually lasting 15-20 minutes), a brief consultation with Dr. Oldham is required to discuss your skin’s health history. Mole removal with a board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Roger J. Oldham is an extremely popu

Apr 03 2010

Mole Removal: Dermatologist vs. Bethesda Plastic Surgeon Dr. Roger J. Oldham

Dr. Roger J. Oldham, a board certified plastic surgeon, has been serving patients of Maryland, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia area for more than 25 years. Dr. Oldham performs cancerous and non-cancerous mole removal and lesion removal to patients in his convenient in-office surgery center. Dr. Oldham offers patients a wide range of plastic surgery procedures, and specializes in skin enhancement and skin health including in-office mole removal , encouraging all of his patients to be aware of the importance of

Feb 28 2010

Mole Removal at home? Safer options with a Bethesda Plastic Surgeon

“Mole” has become a common umbrella that refers to any number of types of moles, also known as benign or malignant skin lesion growths, says Dr. Roger J. Oldham, board certified plastic surgeon. Changes in appearance in your moles seriously warrant the examination of a physician, and removal by a plastic surgeon like Dr. Oldham can be beneficial when lesions present in visible areas such as the face, arms, or legs. But in-office mole removal at Dr. Oldham’s Bethesda Surgery Center can provide a convenient and easy solution to that pesky mole that you’ve been ignoring.



Home mole removal remedies or natural mole removal can be dangerous when left to inexperienced hands because they cannot help you determine the types of moles you may have. Benign pigmented skin lesions can be treated in a number of ways including surgical excision and repair, shave excision, freezing (cryother

Feb 23 2010

Healthy skin is only a visit away: In-office mole removal with Bethesda Plastic Surgeon

A lifetime of fun in the sun can result in a stress-free attitude but can also produce adverse effects for your skin. Dr. Roger J. Oldham specializes in mole removal in-office at the Bethesda Surgery Center. Dr. Oldham understands the demands of today’s multitasking schedules, and takes pride in offering efficient treatment options to his Bethesda patients. A brief consultation with Dr. Oldham is required before the date of surgery, and surgery typically last 15-30 minutes. Mole removal with a board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Roger J. Oldham is an extremely popular option for Bethesda residents. Your skin’s health is worth the time.

Skin lesions like moles can be benign or malignant but should be looked at by a dermatologist or plastic

Jan 19 2010

Put your mind at ease: fast and convenient in-office Mole Removal with Dr. Roger J. Oldham in Bethesda Maryland

Dr. Roger J. Oldham, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Bethesda, Maryland is always cognizant of the harmful effects of the sun’s ultraviolet rays. The American Cancer Society is too. Both Dr. Roger J. Oldham and the ACS recommend that patients wear sunscreen regularly and that they avoid overexposure. When the sun does damage to our skin, we may develop a just a temporary burn, or the more long term effects of suspicious skin lesions and the development of skin cancer. In Bethesda, Maryland, Dr. Roger J. Oldham practices cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery and mole removal at his in-office surgery center.

Everyone’s skin responds to the sun differently, but some patients may experience the transformation of formerly benign sun spots or moles into lesions which are changing in symmetry, border, color, diameter, and show overall signs of evolving into a different kind of skin lesion altogether.  

Jan 07 2010

Mole Removal: What are my options for surgery? Dr. Roger J. Oldham talks about mole removal

Serving the Maryland, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia area for 25+ years, Dr. Roger Oldham offers mole removal in his in-office surgery center. Dr. Roger Oldham specializes in skincare and skin health, and encourages plastic surgery and all other patients maintain healthy skin. In-office mole removal with Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a convenient service for today’s working men and women who seek the trusted experience of a board-certified plastic surgeon near Bethesda, Maryland.

There are many different techniques for removal of skin lesions and moles, depending on the history of the lesion, the size and nature of the growth. The techniques most common

Dec 31 2009

I’ve had moles my entire life. Should I be concerned? Dr. Roger J. Oldham talks about mole removal

An expert in evaluating skin lesions, Dr. Roger J. Oldham has established an in-office surgery center for the removal of non-cancerous skin lesions like moles, and cancers like basal cell carcinomas, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma. In his 25+ years as a plastic surgery practitioner, Dr. Roger J. Oldham has seen the consequence of a lifetime of sun exposure, both sun burns and tanning, in his patients. Skin enhancement through prevention is the most recommended action for patients with concerns about the health of their skin. Dr. Roger J. Oldham, an experienced board-certified plastic surgeon, specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery, can help bring your skin back to life

Dec 21 2009

"Sunless Tanning: A Lifesaver" says Dr. Roger J. Oldham, plastic surgeon

In his 25+ years as a plastic surgery practitioner, Dr. Roger J. Oldham has seen the consequence of a lifetime of tanning in his patients. An expert in skin enhancement, Dr. Roger J. Oldham has established an in-office surgery center for the removal of non-cancerous skin lesions like moles, and more serious malignant cancers like melanoma. Skin enhancement through prevention is the most recommended action for patients with concerns about the health of their skin. Recent research supports Dr. Roger J. Oldham’s recommendation to tan from a bottle instead of the under the harsh ultraviolet rays of the sun. Dr. Roger J. Oldham, an experienced board-certified plastic surgeon, specializing in cosm

Dec 14 2009

Dr. Roger J. Oldham's in-office surgery center saves you time!

In-office mole removal with Dr. Roger J. Oldham is a convenient service for today’s working men and women who seek the trusted experience of a board-certified plastic surgeon near Bethesda, Maryland. Serving the Maryland, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia area for 25+ years, Dr. Roger Oldham offers mole removal in its in-office surgery center. Dr. Roger Oldham specializes in skincare and skin health, and encourages plastic surgery and all patients maintain healthy skin.

How does this work? Can I meet with Dr. Oldham and schedule the mole removal surgery for the same day? While some patients often seek this one-stop option, Dr. Roger J. Oldham prefers to meet his patients for a c

Nov 21 2009

Mole Removal for sun-kissed patients of Dr. Roger J. Oldham Bethesda, Maryland

Dr. Roger J. Oldham, a board-certified plastic surgeon, is concerned about his patients' overexposure of sun.  Patients seeking mole removal may have been dealing with moles or lesions or sun spots or freckles that have changed appearance recently.  Dr. Roger J. Oldham’s plastic surgery practice in Bethesda and Dr. Oldham’s Bethesda Surgery Center is an outpatient surgery center within the office of Dr. Roger J.  Oldham, cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon, specializing in mole removal.

Have you learned your ABCs? Chances are, if you’re reading this, you know that Dr. Oldham is not referring to the alphabet.  The American Cancer society has developed a catchy, easy-to-remember acronym for keeping an eye on mole

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