Procedures Reference Guide
This reference guide provides an overview of the plastic surgery procedures offered by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Todd B. Koch.
For more information about the procedures or to schedule your consultation with Dr. Koch at his Williamsville, NY, plastic surgery studio, call us at (716) 631-1220 or fill out our online contact form.
This surgical procedure uses saline or silicone breast implants to increase breast size and improve breast shape. Breast augmentation is ideal for women who are dissatisfied with the naturally small size of their breasts or volume loss after pregnancy or weight fluctuations.Learn More See Our Photo Gallery
Breast revision is typically performed to remove or replace an existing breast implant. This procedure is for patients who are dissatisfied with a previous breast augmentation procedure, whether as a result of complications or the implant size and/or type not providing the appearance they desire.Learn More See Our Photo Gallery
Correction for Capsular Contracture
Capsular contracture develops when the natural scar tissue capsule thickens and constricts breast implants after breast augmentation. This can cause discomfort and an unsatisfactory breast appearance. Capsular contracture can be treated by breast revision techniques that generally include removing the scar tissue capsule and replacing the implants.Learn More
Correction for Bottoming Out
Bottoming out is a breast augmentation complication that occurs when one or both breast implants slips below the inframammary line, resulting in an unsatisfactory breast appearance. Breast revision techniques that include placing a mesh scaffold for support may be used to correct this condition.Learn More
Implant exchange is a surgical breast revision procedure for women who are dissatisfied with their breast augmentation. Dissatisfaction from your breast implants can be a result of postoperative complications, poorly performed breast augmentation surgery, or misshapen breasts.Learn More
Correction for Tubular Breasts
Tubular breast deformity occurs when the breast tissue develops irregularly during puberty, and it causes one or both breasts to be misshapen (often cone-shaped). A more natural and attractive breast shape can be achieved by altering the lower pole breast tissue to allow it to expand.Learn More See Our Photo Gallery
Gynecomastia is a condition characterized by an abnormal benign enlargement of the male breasts, and the surgical correction involves removing excess fat and glandular tissue. In extreme cases, excess skin is also removed, resulting in a more pleasing chest contour for men.Learn More See Our Photo Gallery