Breast Augmentation $3800
(any size saline implant)

Mini-facelift $6000

Mini-Abdominoplasty from $4000

Botox $10 per unit first area
(Additional areas $8 per unit)

Abdominoplasty $5900

  • Standard Tummy Tuck
  • Abdominal Muscle Repair
  • Liposuction of Flanks

All plastic surgery specials include all surgeon, anesthesia, & operating room fees.*Must pay with Cash, Cashiers Check or Debit Card. Surgery must be completed by 12/1/13. Discounts may apply.

Saving for Breast Implants, How to Pay for the Procedure

There is a reason why breast augmentation is the most popular plastic surgery procedure in the United States.  The reason is that it is a procedure that can do wonders for the appearance and self-esteem of women.  One area of the body that many women want to improve is their breasts.  Breast implants or breast augmentation can be used to help either increase the size of your breasts, or bring back a look of fullness to them that has dissipated with age or life events.
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Understanding What Insurance Covers for Plastic Surgery

One common question among those looking to get a plastic surgery procedure is, will insurance cover the costs. The answer is not as clear as you may think. Health insurance companies have the ability to be selective in what they cover and what they will not. It depends largely on a few factors. First, it depends on the type of procedure and second, it depends on the actual medical need of the procedure.
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Will Insurance Cover Your Plastic Surgery in Jacksonville

Going through plastic surgery Jacksonville surgeons perform can be an expensive endeavor.  People are always looking and asking about what insurance may cover.  Understanding what an insurance company will cover for plastic surgery Jacksonville procedures can put into perspective what you may or may not be able to get done.

What Gets Paid by Your Insurance Company

The overall amount that gets paid for plastic surgery Jacksonville procedures depends largely on who your insurance company is.  Insurance companies and individual policies are all going to very in terms of what they are willing to pay for the procedures.  Insurance policies are going to have to be analyzed to see what they determine to be a covered procedure.  The majority of insurance companies will follow guidelines that stem from the American Medical Association and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
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