View photos taken at Austin-Weston's 2017 Spring Open House on Saturday, April 22, 2017.
You all know I will do almost anything to take care of my skin. I’m a skincare fanatic, and have tried so many different topical creams and facials, that I consider myself an expert. When Austin-Weston Center ...
So, I got botox. I know, I know. Everyone is probably either wicked intrigued or totally not about it. WHICH IS FINE. I don't mind either way.
Last week I was invited to a blogger party at Austin Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery. A local PR friend of mine, Cris, is a client and friend of the center and ...
Increasingly sophisticated technology is making it easier than ever to get the body you've always dreamed of—with less risk, pain, and scarring.
This past year, Austin-Weston, The Center for Cosmetic Surgery, took the extremely unusual step of opening an overnight stay suite within our Center.
Dr. Sigal and Knotts volunteered for surgical work in Haiti. Here are some photos and video clips of their adventures!
I was honored to be invited to speak in Los Angeles last week at the . It was my second time speaking on the topic of “Around-the-mouth Surgery” and probably the 15th or 20th for the other doctors.
The American Society of Plastic Surgery Professionals (ASPSP) named Donna Aguas, practice manager at Austin- Weston, The Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Washington, D.C., the 2016 Member of the Year award recipient.
The Austin-Weston Center has achieved Allergan's Black Diamond status, placing the plastic surgeons in Reston, Virginia among the top 1% of all aesthetic practices in the U.S.
They say that when you are of service, you always get more out of it than what you put in. That sentiment is particularly true of my recent trip to Haiti.
With more than 3,000 attendees, Plastic Surgery The Meeting is the world's largest gathering of plastic surgeons and surgical medical professionals.
Drs. Weston, Sigal and Knotts from Austin-Weston, The Center for Cosmetic Surgery, in Reston, VA have been invited as distinguished speakers to the American Society for Plastic Surgeons annual meeting in October.
There were 80 doctors in the room of varying specialties, and the lecture was beamed live to 5 satellite hospitals as far away as West Virginia.
This may be the first time ever a cosmetic surgeon has given Grand Rounds anywhere!
The Seventh Annual NewsBash for Breast Cancer was another amazing success raising awareness and money to benefit the Prevent Cancer Foundation.
THERE. I said it. I went to check out Austin-Weston, The Center for Cosmetic Surgery and now I'm seriously considering getting a tiny bit of botox.
Austin-Weston's Dr. Sigal was honored to be one of only five plastic surgeons nationwide chosen to travel to Sweden to learn from Dr. Charles Randquist.
Dr. Poindexter was asked to speak on the use of MiraDry for the treatment of underarm sweat and odor in the aesthetic practice.
Austin-Weston has been named Best Cosmetic Surgeons by Virginia Living Magazine in its annual Best of Virginia issue!
For the 2nd year in a row, Austin-Weston has been voted Best Plastic Surgeons the metro DC area by the readers of Washington City Paper!
There’s brave, and then there’s “Bruce Jenner brave.”
Our Fall Cosmetic Surgery Open House is just around the corner! The surgeons and staff of The Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery, are looking forward to seeing you!
We are delighted to announce that three Northern Virginia dog rescue organizations will attend the Open House as our admired guests.
Thank you to all our wonderful patients for voting in the poll, and congratulations to our wonderful surgeons!
The surgeons and staff of The Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery raised $14,268.25 for Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS).
“He brings with him fresh perspectives and a wonderful positive attitude, two qualities that are inherently part of the Austin-Weston way of doing things.”
Dr. Sigal and Dr. Poindexter joined more than 4,000 other plastic surgeons to discuss and evaluate the latest advances in technologies, research, and emerging trends in cosmetic surgery.
Byron D. Poindexter, M.D. refutes theory that improperly-fitted bras cause movement of breast tissue to armpits or back.
The recognition appears in the publication’s prestigious yearly Best of Virginia issue for 2013.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Byron Poindexter is interviewed about breast augmentation by BBC Persian’s Bureau Editor Mohammad Manzarpour.
The procedure takes about two hours, and leaves no visible scarring under the jaw, so no one will see the scar on the video camera.
We at the Austin-Weston are asking for your support as we band together to support the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Austin-Weston raised $13,023.00 for breast cancer research by dedicating the proceeds from Botox and Juvéderm® injections performed at their Fall Open House event.
"It’s the right thing to do, and when you do the right thing, good things come back to you. Our practice is living proof of that.”
“Space Age” 3D breast imaging technology a fit with Austin-Weston, The Center for Cosmetic Surgery’s reputation for innovation and patient satisfaction.
A traditional facelift would leave a scar under a person's chin that would show up while video chatting. Instead, Dr. Sigal makes an incision behind the ears.
“Many people can’t appreciate the effects of their weight loss because they are bothered by the appearance of the resulting loose skin,” says Byron Poindexter, M.D.
Robert K. Sigal, M.D., is seeing firsthand technology’s direct effect on the demand for plastic surgery.
Several members of Austin-Weston, The Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Northern Virginia will be volunteering with the University of Miami's Medishare Haiti Project.
Cosmetic fillers are a popular and safe alternative for those not yet in need or ready for a face lift or other invasive procedure, or for those lacking the necessary time to recover.
Austin-Weston, The Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Reston, VA has been a part of an adjunct study for the past ten years with Mentor, one of the two implant manufacturers approved by the FDA for participation.
Two employees from Austin-Weston, and Dr. Dima Ali of Well Medica left Friday, September 2, to drive to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with a truck full of supplies, clothing and medication for victims of Hurricane Katrina.