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Ask Our SurgeonsNorthern Virginia Plastic Surgeons -Dr. George Weston, Dr. Robert Sigal, Dr. Byron Poindexter and Dr. Christopher Knotts believe that collaboration is beneficial to both doctor and patient. Our cosmetic surgeons prefer to embrace the benefits of team decisions. This collaboration among Northern Virginia plastic surgeons gives patients access to the combined talents of the leading plastic surgeons in the United States and is just one more example of how dedicated our surgeons are to maximizing the safety and quality of services to their patients.

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  1. Enita says:

    I had twin girls 3 years ago and my tummy is pretty badly wrinkled and saggy. I made my tummy tuck appointment since its my only way out. I freaked out at the day of my appointment and had to re-schedule … I really want this done. I don’t know how to overcome my fear… are tummy tucks painful what should I expect????

    Thanks in advance :)

    Dr. Robert Sigal Reply:

    With the newer pain control modalities, particularly the pain pump, most patients say they have a 1 or 2 out of 10 on a pain scale. Now this is not moving, in a beach chair position. But even when you are moving and things get worse (i.e. 5 or 6 on the same scale), you are never out of control. Just get back to the beach chair position, and things go back to a 1 or 2. This is the story for the first few days. After a week, things start to get a lot better and almost nothing provokes the pain to high numbers on that scale.
    Hope this helps,

    Rob Sigal, MD

  2. Pam says:

    I have very severe nasolabial folds I am 52 and one side is worse than other. I am EXTREMELY self-conscious of them and it looks terrible. Like there is something wrong with my face and it is very noticeable. I would love to have an excision and would like to know the cost of procedure. The trade off scare would be much more acceptable.

    Thank you, Pam

    Dr. George Weston Reply:

    Please call my practice manager, Laura, and she will give you a quote that will include everything including OR and anesthesia charges. I will need to see you, however, to make certain it is the proper procedure.

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