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Welcome to First Coast Plastic Surgery, a leading plastic surgery practice in Jacksonville, Florida. At FCPS, we specialize in a wide variety of plastic surgery procedures and cosmetic surgery procedures. Call us toll-free 1-877-529-7527.
Plastic Surgery: It's a personal decision.
Over the years, our clients have come to us for both medical and cosmetic reasons. Regardless of your decision to receive plastic surgery or cosmetic surgery, you’ll be pleased to know that when you decide to schedule a consult, Dr. Csikai, a leading plastic surgeon in Jackosnville, will personally meet with you to answer any questions you have and thoroughly explain everything you need to know about your plastic surgery or cosmetic procedure.
We invite you to explore our site and discover the many plastic surgery options and cosmetic renewal treatments we offer to the residents of Jacksonville and Southeast Georgia. We encourage you to contact our plastic surgery center office to discuss plastic surgery financing options or if you have any questions or concerns you face when considering a plastic surgery procedure or non-surgical cosmetic procedure.
Exceptional Plastic Surgery Services
First Coast Plastic Surgery is the premier Jacksonville plastic surgery office serving all of Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. Dr. David Csikai is a board certified plastic surgeon and offers the latest and innovative in plastic surgery services and cosmetic surgery services. We encourage you to browse through our web site and review our different plastic surgery procedures.
Breast Augmentation Surgery
When choosing to have a breast augmentation (also known as breast enlargement), Jacksonville, Florida is home to the premier plastic surgery team at First Coast Plastic Surgery, one of the leading plastic surgery organizations serving Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Orange Park, Ponte Vedra and Georgia. Our cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Csikai, understands that women desire breast augmentations and enlargements for different reasons and circumstances. That is why Dr. Csikai will discuss with you, in a one-on-one session, your options for a breast augmentation or enlargement. You will learn about different implant sizes, where the breast implant will be placed and what to expect after your breast augmentation. Contact First Coast Plastic Surgery with any questions or concerns. Our knowledgeable staff would be happy to answer any questions you may have and set your mind at ease about your breast enlargement procedure.
Breast Implants: INAMED® and Mentor
Saline Breast Implants or Silicone Breast Implants? Your body is unique. That’s why First Coast Plastic Surgery uses only the highest quality Saline Breast Implants and Silicone Breast Implants for breast augmentation, breast enhancement and breast enlargement procedures; FDA-approved products from world leading breast implant manufacturers. Call our office to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. David Csikai to further discuss breast implants for your breast augmentation procedure.
Cosmetic Procedure Spotlight
Restylane-L is a new twist on one of the more popular derma fillers. With Restylane-L, you can experience all the amazing results of less wrinkles and facial folds with reduced discomfort. Restylane-L combines lidocaine and makes the treatment a little less uncomfortable. Most patients that receive Restylane-L report less pain and some even report longer lasting results. If you would like to schedule your Restylane-L appointment, contact FCPS today.
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Contact our Jacksonville cosmetic surgery center office to find out how non-invasive eMax technology can show marked aesthetic improvements in Skin Tightening; Wrinkle Reduction; Skin Rejuvenation; Hair Removal; and Leg Veins/Vascular issues.
Financing Your Plastic Surgery
Financing your plastic surgery or cosmetic procedure has never been easier!
We provide a complete list of approved lenders with superior rates. If you would like to learn more about financing your procedure, visit our financing and payment information page or you can contact our plastic surgery center and speak to us directly if you have any questions.
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We encourage all of our patients and potential patients to keep in touch with us. Follow us and get the latest news and updates from our surgery center or take advantage of our latest specials and events!
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Dr. David N. Csikai
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Jacksonville
Dr. David Csikai, of First Coast Plastic Surgery, is a board certified plastic surgeon who specializes in most types of plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery procedures in Jacksonville. Please contact our plastic surgery office for more information.
Cosmetic Medicine / Plastic Surgery News From Medical News Today
|New approach to breast reconstruction surgery reduces opioid painkiller use, hospital stays|
|03/05/2014 04:00 AM|
A new approach to breast reconstruction surgery aimed at helping patients' bodies get back to normal more quickly cut their postoperative opioid painkiller use in half and meant a day less in the hospital on average, a Mayo Clinic study found.
|Shedding light on Apert syndrome development with the help of 3-D imaging|
|03/04/2014 03:00 AM|
Three dimensional imaging of two different mouse models of Apert Syndrome shows that cranial deformation begins before birth and continues, worsening with time, according to a team of researchers who studied mice to better understand and treat the disorder in humans.
|Reconstructing faces using human stem cells from fat|
|03/03/2014 10:00 AM|
Researchers in London, UK, are investigating the effectiveness of stem cell therapies for facial reconstruction.A joint team, from London's Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and University College London's Institute of Child Health, has published the findings of their research in the journal Nanomedicine.
|Stem cells from fat tissue show promise in reconstructive surgeries for face and skull|
|02/24/2014 04:00 AM|
A new study released in Stem Cells Translational Medicine shows that many patients with defects to the skull, face or jaw bone might benefit from reconstructive surgery combining stem cells taken from adipose (fat) tissue seeded on resorbable scaffolds.These defects can be due to congenital malformations, such as cleft lip and palate, or to traumatic injuries or surgery to remove a tumor.
|Tissue Fusion to commercialize laser surgical device developed at University of Colorado|
|02/21/2014 04:00 AM|
Tissue Fusion and the University of Colorado recently completed a license agreement that will allow the company to continue developing a new surgical device that utilizes lasers, rather than staples and sutures, to close wounds during nasal surgery.
|Study finds more women receiving breast reconstruction after mastectomy|
|02/20/2014 03:00 AM|
A new study finds that the majority of women who undergo mastectomy for breast cancer go on to get breast reconstruction, a practice that has increased dramatically over time.Researchers found that 46 percent of patients received reconstruction in 1998 but that figure rose to 63 percent by 2007."Breast reconstruction has a big impact on quality of life for breast cancer survivors.
|Consensus guideline on margins for breast-conserving surgery with whole-breast irradiation issued by ASTRO and SSO|
|02/12/2014 02:00 AM|
Guideline focused on reducing ipsilateral breast tumor recurrence in stages I and II invasive breast cancer The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) and the Society of Surgical Oncology (SSO) are pleased to announce the publication of the consensus guideline on margins for breast-conserving surgery with whole-breast irradiation in stages I and II invasive breast cancer.
|Large skin flaps developed to reconstruct severe facial defects|
|02/07/2014 03:00 AM|
Chinese surgeons develop 'monoblock' flaps to reconstruct severe facial defects, reports the journal of craniofacial surgeryPatients with massive burns causing complete loss of the facial skin pose a difficult challenge for reconstructive surgeons.
|For older women with breast cancer, brachytherapy offers lower rate of breast preservation compared to standard radiation|
|02/03/2014 03:00 AM|
When comparing treatments designed to enable long-term breast preservation for older women with invasive breast cancer, researchers found those treated with brachytherapy were at higher risk for a later mastectomy, compared to women treated with standard radiation therapy. The research was led by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
|Skin with blood and lymphatic capillaries grown for the first time|
|02/03/2014 02:00 AM|
According to the American Burn Association, around 450,000 people in the US needed medical treatment for burn injuries in 2012. Much of this treatment was in the form of skin grafts, which can still leave the patient with scars. Now, scientists have grown full-thickness skin containing blood and lymphatic capillaries for the first time, which they say could reduce scarring.
|After rhinoplasty, patients perceive differences in voice quality, but not in function|
|01/31/2014 02:00 AM|
Patients who have undergone plastic surgery to change the appearance of their nose may also notice changes in the sound of their voice, reports a study in the February issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
|AMSilk advances silicone breast implant coating made from spider silk|
|01/29/2014 04:00 AM|
AMSilk has completed preclinical testing of its proprietary silicone implant coating made from spider silk. AMSilk's coating consists of a thin layer of spider silk proteins manufactured by AMSilk. It modifies the implant, presenting a more acceptable surface to the human tissue.
|New 3-D imaging technique helps to avoid facelift complications|
|01/29/2014 03:00 AM|
Millions of people each year remove wrinkles, soften creases and plump up their lips by injecting a gel-like material into their facial tissue. These cosmetic procedures are sometimes called "liquid facelifts" and are said to be minimally invasive.It's rare, but sometimes things go wrong.
|Racial differences in cosmetic outcomes after breast-conserving therapy|
|01/13/2014 02:00 AM|
As perceived by both patients and doctors, the cosmetic results after "lumpectomy" for breast cancer differ for African-American versus Caucasian women, suggests a pilot study in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery - Global Open®, the official open-access medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
|Images of modified vulvas can significantly influence women's perceptions of what is considered normal and desirable|
|12/31/2013 02:00 AM|
Women's perceptions of what is considered normal and desirable female genitalia may be influenced by exposure to modified images, suggests a new study published in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
|Temperature-sensitive gelling scaffolds developed to regenerate craniofacial bone|
|12/13/2013 03:00 AM|
Rice University bioengineers have developed a hydrogel scaffold for craniofacial bone tissue regeneration that starts as a liquid, solidifies into a gel in the body and liquefies again for removal.The material developed in the Rice lab of bioengineer Antonios Mikos is a soluble liquid at room temperature that can be injected to the point of need.
|Risk of serious complications after immediate breast reconstruction with implants increased by obesity, smoking|
|12/05/2013 03:00 AM|
New risk-scoring tool allows surgeons to better counsel and potentially change an operative plan for women at higher risk for implant failure after mastectomy, Journal of the American College of Surgeons study reports.
|Reorganization of blood vessels after face transplantation surgery|
|12/05/2013 03:00 AM|
For the first time, researchers have found that the blood vessels in face transplant recipients reorganize themselves, leading to an understanding of the biologic changes that happen after full face transplantation. The results of this study were presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).
|Highly effective treatment for excessive scars|
|12/02/2013 03:00 AM|
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery assembles evidence on laser therapy for scar prevention and treatmentCurrent laser therapy approaches are effective for treating excessive scars resulting from abnormal wound healing, concludes a special topic paper in the December issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons...
|Face transplantation: ethical debate has evolved over time|
|12/02/2013 03:00 AM|
Once viewed as an "outlandish morally objectionable" concept with science-fiction overtones, face transplantation is now accepted as a "feasible and necessary treatment" for severely disfigured patients.
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