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What is Breast Augmentation surgery?

Breast augmentation (mammoplasty) is the art of enhancing the size and curving of your breasts. Beautiful curves and a full, rounded shape can make you feel self-confident and feminine. At Coastal Cosmetic Center in Jacksonville, a breast augmentation procedure consists of lifting the breast and inserting a saline-filled implant underneath the breast tissue or the chest muscle.

At our practice in Jacksonville, FL, incisions for the implants are made along the lower part of the breast, along the lower half of the skin around the areola, or in the armpit. The implant is inserted after the incision is made and then adjusted to the desired size and proportion before the incision is closed. The breast augmentation procedure itself takes about an hour to complete at our Jacksonville facility.

Breast augmentation surgery as it is performed at Coastal Cosmetic Center in Jacksonville is done under general anesthesia, and the recovery time depends on the placement (submuscular or subglandular) of the implants and the amount of breast tissue you had before the procedure. Most of our patients tolerate the procedure well with only moderate soreness for a couple of days.

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Can I see before and after pictures of people in the Jacksonville area who had breast augmentation?

During your consultation visit, your surgeon will show you before and after pictures of patients in the Jacksonville area who had breast implants. You will be able to see firsthand the difference the procedure made for these people. Browsing through those pictures will give you an opportunity to visualize what breast augmentation can do for you.

What is the average cost of breast augmentation at Coastal Cosmetic Center Center in Jacksonville? Is there a charge for the consultation?

The initial consultation with one of our surgeons is confidential. During the consultation, your surgeon will assess the surgery to be done and will discuss with you the cost of the procedure as it applies to you.