23 Years Experience
Dr. Krieger is a plastic surgeon specializing in the art of aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. He specializes in breast and body recontouring of the massive weight loss patient. Dr. Krieger prides himself on the excellent care he and his staff provide their patients. Adroit in a wide array of available procedures for patients, Dr. Krieger readily consults with patients to bring them the latest techniques suitable to their needs and desires. He looks forward to the opportunity to meet with you.
Dr. Krieger has coauthored a book about bariatric plastic surgery. Released in September 2008, “Bariatric Plastic Surgery- A Guide to Cosmetic Surgery After Weight Loss”, is available through Amazon and most other online retailers. Dr. Krieger provides a complimentary copy to all patients coming in for consultation about bariatric plastic surgery. This unique guide is an invaluable source of information as you consider plastic surgery options after weight loss.
Always uncompromising in the highest standards of patient care and professional ethics, Dr. Krieger maintains privileges at Fair Oaks Hospital.
Dr. Krieger began his career as a distinguished military surgeon and surgical consultant and was active in resident training, serving on the teaching faculty for the plastic surgery residency program at the Medical College of Georgia. He opened his practice in Northern Virginia in 1997. He earned his medical degree from Albany Medical College, completing the 6-year accelerated combined biomedical program with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the nation's oldest technological university.
Dr. Krieger's certifications, memberships, and fellows include:
- Certified, American Board of Plastic Surgery
- Certified, American Board of Surgery
- Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- Fellow, America Society of Bariatric Plastic Surgeons
- Fellow, American College of Surgeons
- Fellow, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery
"This is a profession where you can build lifelong relationships with your patients, and that's very important to me. It's so rewarding to use my talents, skills and abilities to help someone feel better about their appearance, and in many cases, improve their quality of life."
-Mitchel Krieger, MD, FACS