Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery

George W. Weston, MD


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Board certified plastic surgeon at the Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery, serving Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC.

Dr. George Weston was drawn to medicine by a desire to make a contribution to others, particularly cosmetic surgery, which improves the way people look and feel about themselves.

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 Austin-Weston 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.

In 1998, he was invited to perform a live surgical demonstration at an international forum in Barcelona, Spain. His innovative procedures have been included in numerous cosmetic surgery medical journals, and textbooks. Dr. Weston earned his medical degree at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. He trained in Plastic Surgery at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C. and completed fellowships in cosmetic surgery at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, and the Charlotte Plastic Surgery Center in Charlotte, N.C.

Dr. George Weston & Family

Dr. George Weston & Family

Dr. George Weston’s surgical practice, Austin-Weston, serving Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC, has focused exclusively on cosmetic surgery of the body and face for over 20 years. Only 10% of board-certified plastic surgeons perform exclusively cosmetic surgery (as opposed to reconstructive plastic surgery). As president of Austin-Weston Center, 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. Weston is married with two sons with whom he enjoys golfing and skiing. He is also an avid birdwatcher.

Credentials

BIOGRAPHICAL:

Born August 14, 1953 
Married

EDUCATION:

University of Alabama, 1971 – 1975

Samford University School of Pharmacy, 1975 – 1977

University of South Alabama College of Medicine, 1977 – 1981

SURGICAL TRAINING:

Wake Forest University Medical Center, General Surgery and Plastic Surgery Residency Training, 1981 – 1986

Charlotte Plastic Surgery Center, Fellowship Training in Plastic Surgery, 1986

University of Alabama Medical Center, Fellowship Training in Plastic Surgery, 1986

Dr. George Weston – Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
George W. Weston, M.D.

CERTIFICATION:

American Board of Plastic Surgery, 1990

MEMBERSHIPS:

American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
American Medical Association
Virginia Society of Plastic Surgery
National Capital Society of Plastic Surgeons
Medical society of Northern Virginia

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:

Fairfax Hospital

PRACTICE:

1987 – Present The Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery, Reston, Virginia Practice specializes in cosmetic surgery

PUBLICATIONS AND APPEARANCES:

2010 – Top Plastic Surgeons – Northern Virginia Magazine
2007 – 2010 – Top Plastic Surgeons – American Research Council
2009 – Article “Lifting Lips” Aesthetic Surgery Journal
2008 – 1993 – “Rejuvenation of the Aging Mouth” published in Perspectives in Plastic Surgery and presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
2006 – Invited panelist American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
2006 – Invited speaker North Carolina Society of Plastic Surgeons
2005 – Chapter on Lip Contouring in textbook “The Art of Aesthetic Surgery”
2004 – Invited faculty at ASMS Mid-Face Symposium
2004 & 2000 – Invited faculty Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery, Vail, Colorado
2003 – Invited faculty at Perioral Plastic Surgery Symposium
2003 – Article – “Surgical Treatment of the Aging Mouth,” Seminars in Plastic Surgery
2000 – Article – “Rejuvenating the Aged Face,” Perspectives in Plastic Surgery
1999 – Invited panelist for Aesthetic Surgery Journal – article on the aging mouth
1998 – Performed live surgery for International Plastic Surgeons in Barcelona, Spain
1995 – Invited panelist Northeastern Society Plastic Surgery Meeting
1995 – Article – “Giving Lips a Lift” ­ Longevity Magazine
1994 – Article – “Rejuvenating the Aging Mouth” at ASPRS Annual Meeting
1993 – TV appearance on CBS “Success Stories” about cosmetic surgery
1992 – TV appearance on Cosmetic Surgery – WJLA TV News
1992 – TV appearance – Oprah Winfrey Show
1992 – Article featured in Allure Magazine
1992 – Article – “Rejuvenation of the Aging Mouth” Clinics in Plastic Surgery – An International Quarterly
1990 – TV appearance on Teen Cosmetic Surgery – local Washington, DC TV
1990 – TV appearance on Cosmetic Surgery – local Maryland Cable TV&
1989 – Named by Washingtonian Magazine as one of Washington’s top Plastic Surgeons

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Ask Dr. Weston

Board Certified Austin-Weston Plastic Surgeon, George W. Weston, M.D. believes that collaboration is beneficial to both doctor and patient. Dr. Weston is available to answer any questions you may have in regards to cosmetic plastic surgery.

Any information in the publications, messages, postings or articles on this website should not be considered a substitute for consultation with one of Austin-Weston’s plastic surgeons to address individual medical needs. Your particular facts and circumstances will determine the plastic surgery treatment which is most appropriate for you.

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Comments(2)

  1. John

    Is it possible to have consultation, belly lipo the same day and have recovery in less than two weeks? I am working overseas and only have a few days in USA. I had consultation there last year in the Spring I believe.

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      George Weston, MD

      If you have already had a consultation, you can schedule the surgery and have your pre-op appointment in the office the day before the surgery. Some of the paperwork can be done online prior to the pre-op appointment.

      Two weeks is adequate to “recover” from liposuction, but it generally takes 3 months for a “final” result.

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  1. John

    Is it possible to have consultation, belly lipo the same day and have recovery in less than two weeks? I am working overseas and only have a few days in USA. I had consultation there last year in the Spring I believe.

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      George Weston, MD

      If you have already had a consultation, you can schedule the surgery and have your pre-op appointment in the office the day before the surgery. Some of the paperwork can be done online prior to the pre-op appointment.

      Two weeks is adequate to “recover” from liposuction, but it generally takes 3 months for a “final” result.

      Reply

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