Koch Facial Plastic Surgery & Spa
4855 Mills Civic Parkway #100
West Des Moines, IA 50265
Phone: (515) 277-5555
Fax: (515) 277-0060
Monday-Friday: 8:15 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Koch Facial Plastic Surgery & Spa Blog

Woman in Des Moines, IA who is going to save on BOTOX® Cosmetic Day because she joined Allē

BOTOX® Day Is Nov. 18: Save With Allē

BOTOX® Cosmetic Day at our West Des Moines practice is an opportunity to do something for YOU. It’s a celebration of real results and one really incredible offer from our friends at Allergan Aesthetics!   To take advantage of this special BOTOX offer, you need to be a member of Allē — the new and improved loyalty program by Allergan Aesthetics. You can read more …

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Woman in Des Moines, Iowa who recently received a laser skin resurfacing treatment

Revitalize Your Skin in Time for the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us! While most people will alter their plans for parties and gatherings because of the pandemic, many of you will still be celebrating remotely with friends and loved ones. With the holidays and winter on their way, this is a really great time to give your skin a boost and gift …

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Woman in Des Moines, Iowa who saves on her aesthetic treatments with the GLOW membership

It’s Time To GLOW

Here at Koch Facial Plastic Surgery & Spa, we are always looking for opportunities to grow, shift, and flow to meet the needs of our patients. Confidence and trust in our team, and safety for our patients, will always be top priorities for our skincare specialists in West Des Moines. One way we reward patients …

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Woman in Des Moines, Iowa considering an S-Lift for facial rejuvenation

The S-Lift Facelift: Your Questions Answered

By now, you’ve seen a lot of fuss over the S-Lift on our social media stories. Both our medical assistant, Sally, and our PA-C, Pam, recently had S-Lifts to improve the appearance of their lower faces and necks. We LOVE the S-Lift facelift and what it can do for our Des Moines patients. We can’t wait to …

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Woman in Des Moines, IA considering pros and cons of lip fillers

To Fill or Not to Fill?

At Koch Facial Plastic Surgery & Spa, we are often asked the following questions when it comes to enhancing the volume (or lack thereof) in one’s lips. Whether your goal is full and flauntable or subtle and sweet, we’ve got options for creating your perfect pout with lip augmentation at our med spa in Des …

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Woman in Des Moines, Iowa who recently had a CoolSculpting treatment

In Your Words: A Patient’s Experience With CoolSculpting®

If you’re like most people, you probably have an area or two of your body that you just cannot slim down, despite a regimen of healthy eating and regular exercise. Luckily, you can often get rid of those troublesome fat “pooches” without surgery or downtime with CoolSculpting® at our West Des Moines medical spa. CoolSculpting …

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Refreshing Your Look for Summer Events With BOTOX®

Wedding and special event season is upon us. And whether you’re part of the happy couple or a guest, you want to look your best. With many weddings, reunions, and graduations happening online this summer, the pressure to put your best face forward is even stronger. Luckily, you can freshen your look and smooth away …

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What to Do When Your Surgical Procedure Is Postponed Because of COVID-19

We know many of our patients have prepped for weeks or months for procedures only to have them canceled or postponed due to COVID-19. Our team at Koch Facial Plastic Surgery & Spa in West Des Moines wants to answer your questions and keep you informed on how to continue preparing for your procedure amid …

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Drs. Koch Address Coronavirus Concerns

By now, everyone has heard about coronavirus. We want to assure our patients that we are following strict protocols - at all times - for cleaning and disinfecting our patient care and shared areas. The best and most reliable information about the disease is coming from the CDC, which we will continue to rely heavily …

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