If you have experienced rapid weight loss from surgery or extensive dieting and exercise, you may find the area around your waist sagging with excess skin and fat deposits. Excess fat deposits around the waist area can cause discomfort from irritated skin rubbing together or embarrassment from the loss of a natural contour.
Women that have gone through pregnancy often find their lower body area around the abdomen sagging from the weight of excess skin and fat they never fully lost following the pregnancy.
A Tummy Tuck or Abdominoplasty procedure from The board-Certified plastic surgeons at The Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery may be your best option for restoring your body to a more balanced, well proportioned body contour.
Dr. George Weston
Dr. Weston is innovative, versatile, highly visual, and committed to helping his patients reach their appearance goals. Dr. Weston says, “Cosmetic surgery is the happy specialty because it frees people of their concerns about their outward appearance leaving them time to live life to the fullest.”
In addition to his busy practice, Dr. Weston has been called upon to instruct other plastic surgeons at the annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, an exclusive society of the top Board Certified plastic surgeons in the world.
Dr. George Weston’s surgical practice serves Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC metroplitan area and focuses exclusively on cosmetic surgery of the body and face. As president of the Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Reston, VA, his goal is to produce extraordinary results for every plastic surgery patient in a safe, supportive setting that provides both exceptional surgical expertise and exceptional care.
Dr. Robert Sigal
Prior to becoming a partner in the Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery serving Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC, Dr. Robert Sigal received his undergraduate degree at Harvard College and his M.D. at Jefferson Medical College. He went on to complete a full residency in General Surgery at Harbor/UCLA, culminating in a chief residency. During that time, he spent two years working in cancer research at the University of Pennsylvania, where he later trained in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Robert Sigal is Board Certified in both general surgery and plastic surgery and his articles and comments have been published extensively in medical journals and by the media.
It is Dr. Sigal’s broad surgical knowledge that makes possible his goal, which is to give each cosmetic surgery patient an experience that is beyond their expectations resulting from their and how easy it was to experience.
Dr. Byron Poindexter
Board Certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery in 1999 shortly after going into practice, Dr. Byron Poindexter’s focus with cosmetic surgery is in providing patients beautiful, balanced and natural results. He finds beauty in balancing not only outward proportions, but inner feelings with outer appearance.
Dr. Byron Poindexter graduated summa cum laude from both Indiana University and Indiana University School of Medicine, receiving numerous academic honors, service honors, and scholarships along the way. He received training at the highly respected programs of general surgery at the University of Florida and plastic surgery at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
When he joined the practice in 1998, Dr. Byron Poindexter brought experience in endoscopic surgery (minimal incision surgery) to the practice and is an author on several papers in plastic surgery. Dr. Byron Poindexter has presented the Austin-Weston experience with abdominoplasty (tummy tucks) at the national meeting of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.