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NYC Plastic Surgeon Dr. Shridharani

Dr. Shridharani

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Trivia:
(July 2013-current) New York City, NY, USA: Living and working as a Plastic Surgeon in private practice on Fifth Avenue in New York City with a focus on aesthetic/cosmetic surgery.


Television and Film


Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani’s Book

This book was written to commend the children who live with a cleft lip and/or palate. The courage they possess is incredible, and what they are able to overcome is amazing. This is the story of three children from different parts of the world that converge at a hospital where medical professionals and volunteers help them. These children must overcome many obstacles in their activities of daily living that many of us take for granted. Often ridiculed at school and/or shunned in their communities, these children have a level of bravery that is admirable.

When we wrote this book, we had these special kids with their special smiles in mind. The journey they experience to change their appearance due to functional problems can be perilous for them and their families. We also praise the unending love that parents have for their child, which leads them to sacrifice weeks of wages, to suffer separation from their other children, and to make grueling voyages in order to help the child. We hope this book will make any child’s understanding of having a cleft or knowing someone who does a more positive one.


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Doctor Radio – Plastic Surgery: Getting your Beach Body Ready

 

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Doctor Radio — Neck Rejuvenation

 

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Doctor Radio — Male Cosmetic Surgery & Men Getting Kybella


Magazine Articles

 

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New York Post

Why your schlubby hubby’s aging worse than you

“New York-based plastic surgeon Dr. Sachin Shridharani blames sun damage for the married-couple divide.

‘The wife will come in, and her skin will look pretty good, and he looks like he’s lived in a tanning bed,’ Shridharani says. ”
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New Beauty Magazine | Luxurgery

Harper’s Bazaar

The Amazing (And Simple) Way To Get Rid Of Sun Spots

“Tired of seeing those dark sun spots on your chest without knowing how to get rid of them? Actress Kelly Deadmon is here in another installment of ‘The Younger Games’ to show you just how simple the solution is. This time Deadmon pays a visit to Dr. Shridharani of Luxurgery plastic surgery in New York City to receive a laser treatment to reduce those bothersome sun spots. The process involves using a sciton laser that rejuvenates the skin at a cellular or genetic level, leaving you with less pigmented skin and an improvement to the overall quality and texture of your skin. You have to see this before and after.”
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Harper’s Bazaar

The Younger Games: How to Take Ten Years Off Your Hands

“In the latest installment of ‘The Younger Games,’ actress Kelly Deadmon heads to Luxurgery with Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani, MD, board-certified plastic surgeon, in NYC to try out hand rejuvenation—hoping to help her hands look ten years younger with a little filler. Watch the full video above and see her previous encounters with botox injections, vaginal rejuvenation, a butt facial and a vampire breast lift.”
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New Beauty

Experts Reveal the 5 Beauty Treatments You Should Be Doing By the Time You’re 40

“A few injections a few times per year helps keep the very active muscles in your face in check,” says New York plastic surgeon Sachin M. Shridharani, MD. “Most of my young patients want natural results with faces still maintaining motion. There is still lessening of the severity of the lines and creases that are inevitable as we mature.”
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Yahoo! Beauty

Kim Kardashian’s Trying to Fix Her Post-Baby Bellybutton With Lasers

“Post-pregnancy patients can get an ‘outie’ type look, often associated with a small umbilical hernia,” says Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani, a New York City-based luxury plastic surgeon. “It is very rare that the pre-stretched-out state is ever restored, but an improvement can be seen.”
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Haute Living

Five Aesthetic Treatments that Everyone Should Have by Age 40 (this includes MEN)

“As a board-certified plastic surgeon, I am biased towards surgical procedures, but have always enjoyed embracing proven, non-surgical technologies and expanding their applications. I do not feel that everyone should have cosmetic surgery by the time they hit 40.”
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How MiraDry Changed My Life!

“The moment I got home that night I was researching everything about this procedure. Here’s what convinced me to give it a chance: it’s non-surgical, and you only have to do it ONCE. Can we all let this sink in? No surgery. No follow up. I booked my appointment with Dr. Shridharani at Luxurgery NYC, and this was my whole experience…”
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Refinery29

Can You Really Trust Dermatologists’ Before-&-After Photos

“It’s deceptive and misleading, but it definitely happens…Because the realistic expectation of what things should look like has changed so much.” – Sachin M. Shridharani, MD Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon
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Harper’s Bazaar

I Got A Face Lift At 35

“Younger women are also learning that today’s face-lift is not their grandmother’s face-lift. Surgeons used to simply lift the skin and stretch it taut…Thankfully, doctors now are armed with better knowledge of the underlying bone structure and musculature, and are able to use much smaller incisions as well as “restore fat compartments and tighten muscles that have relaxed, as well as the skin, so you achieve a more natural look,” explains Sachin M. Shridharani, a plastic surgeon in New York.”
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Mommy Makeover in NYC | Dr. Sachin Shridharani

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Fighting Aging, Thin Lips And Thick Thighs Together

“After her consultation, Mary scheduled a trip to New York City and had the surgery. “Dr. Shridharani did a great job; he’s an excellent, experienced surgeon,” said Mary. She recuperated at Sophie’s apartment, quickly healing under her daughter’s watchful eyes.”
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Haute Living

A Haute Guide to Lip Fillers

“There are several different lip fillers out there, but the most commonly used ones are derived from hyaluronic acid. These include Belotero, Juvederm Ultra, Restylane Silk and Restylane. They can all create a fuller lip, but each serves a different purpose. There is no one filler that is best for all patients, according to Haute Beauty expert and plastic surgeon Dr. Sachin Shridharani.”
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Mommy Makeover in NYC | Dr. Sachin Shridharani

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Mastering The New Mommy Makeover

“When I was pregnant with my daughter I gained seventy pounds – mostly from watermelon and pizza. After I gave birth, I was too caught up with cooing over my precious little bundle of joy to notice that as my face and body shrank back to its previous size, it took some of the skin’s elasticity along with it. What happened to me is the story of nearly every new mom who gains more than fifteen pounds in pregnancy. So what can be done? I reached out to New York plastic surgeon Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani
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Haute Living

NYC Summers Will Be No Sweat Thanks To MiraDry

“Amongst the amazing things that summer in New York City signifies, it also means that just a short walk can lead to a serious sweat. Lucky for you, you now have an alternative to applying over-the-counter odor eliminators every few minutes. A new device known as miraDry has adopted an innovative technology that targets and destroys the sweat glands and odor producing cells in your underarms. The procedure, done by Dr. Shridharani permanently stops underarm sweating and odor from forming.”…
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Haute Living

What’s in VOgue for Facial Fillers?

Happy Birthday, Juvederm. This month Juvederm celebrates its tenth birthday, and it is incredible to think about how ubiquitous the product’s name is worldwide. “A little Botox and ‘Juvy’” my patient requests earlier today at my practice in Manhattan. “’Juvy,’ is that what everyone’s calling ‘Juvederm’ these days?” I ask. She smiles and says, “You know what I mean, Dr. S.” The fact was that I knew precisely what she meant. In the plastic surgery community, we have seen a surge in “soft tissue” aka “dermal” aka “skin” fillers.
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InStyle

Fast Facts Kybella, The Double-Chin Killer

What it is? An Injectable recently approved by the FDA to get rid of submental fat. How it works? During two treatments over seceral weeks (or four, for those with more fat in the area), Injections of the active ingredient, deoxycholic acid, destroy fat cells below the jawline. (One Session could involve 25-30 injections.) Results? Depending on the amount of fat, you may see improvement after one visit. Expect best (permanent) results after two to four sessions. Downtime? “you may have temporary swelling, which often lessens with each treatment; bruising is also possible,” says N.Y.C. plastic surgeon Sachin M. Shridharani.
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Prevention Magazine

8 Places Your Face Shows Its Age—And DIY Solutions To Treat Them

No one wakes up one day shocked to see an old lady staring back at her in the mirror. “Aging is a very gradual change that we notice most when we look at old photos,” says NYC plastic surgeon Sachin M. Shridharani, MD, founder of Luxurgery. “The mind has an incredible capacity to recalibrate its view of our physical self, especially because we see ourselves every day.” So to help you (and OK, ourselves, really) out, we got skin experts to pinpoint the eight facial changes that most betray our age. Here’s what to notice and treat—or at least camouflage—to look vibrant and youthful at any age.
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New York Times

Avoiding the Dreaded Middle Seat May Now Cost You

Dr. Sachin Shridharani, a plastic surgeon in New York, found himself on an overbooked flight back from San Diego, and a middle seat was the only one available.

“I told them I’d be willing to take another flight,” he said. “I’ll pretty much do just about anything to avoid sitting in that notorious, infamous middle seat.”
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Haute Living

Spring Cleaning, Spring Slimming

There are undoubtedly trends throughout the year when we find patients seeking specific types of surgical procedures. Spring is hallmarked by many changes around us. There are certainly the obvious environmental changes with warmer weather and more sun leading to scaling back on your Loro Piana trench or Zegna topcoat. Shedding those lovely layers of warm clothing undoubtedly sends a shockwave through most individuals’ systems when they realize what they have been covering up…months of slowly accumulating winter weight…
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New York Daily News

Wrinkle City: New Yorkers join national push toward cosmetic procedures, state tops for wrinkles

New Yorkers are the most wrinkled people in the country, according to a recent study. And like other Americans, we increasingly take advantage of available cosmetic procedures.

“Even though we don’t think of New York as being one of these super-sunny places, we spend a lot of time walking outside,” says Dr. Sachin Shridharani, a Fifth Ave. plastic surgeon. “And even though we are not out there with the aluminum foil (reflector) catching the rays, we don’t think about how much exposure we get to U.V.”…
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Haute Living

What You Need To Know About Lip Augmentation Before You Jump

Safe ways to have “kissable” lips whether you are in your 20’s or 80’s are first and foremost to pucker up and embrace your own natural lips. If you insist on having fuller and plumper lips, then the safe way to approach this would be to have an experienced plastic surgeon or dermatologist inject a hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal filler like Belotero, Juvederm Ultra, or Restylane Silk. The procedure generally takes around 15-30 minutes and is done in the comfort of the office. My [Sachin M. Shridharani] patients routinely have this done on a lunch break, after work, or on a Saturday before heading out for the rest of their day…
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Cosmopolitan Magazine

What’s Happening to Women’s Faces?

“There are more FDA-approved fillers on the market than ever,” says Sachin Shridharani, MD, a Manhattan-based plastic surgeon, referring to products like Juvederm Voluma, Restylane Silk, and Belotero Balance.

In the right hands, fillers are generally safe and increasingly less of a commitment. Certain older collagen versions required allergy testing (as they were made with animal by-products), and liquid silicone (which has never been FDA approved for cosmetic purposes) is permanent. But today, most fillers are made with hyaluronic acid, a natural compound that usually dissolves between 6 and 12 months. “It’s the gold standard,” says Dr. Shridharani…
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Beauty in the Bag

Sachin M. Shridharani: NYC Plastic Surgeon

If you combine a luxurious five-star experience with innovative aesthetic surgery, you get ‘luxurgery,’ and this is why Sachin M. Shridharani, MD chose this as the name of his Manhattan practice.

“I thought about what I wanted my cosmetic practice to epitomize, and it was clearly the confluence of a luxurious experience and gravity of undergoing aesthetic surgery. I wrote down “luxury” and “surgery,” he recalls. “The words eventually found their commonality and ‘Luxurgery’ – the confluence of luxury and aesthetic surgery-was born.” ….
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Haute Living

Not Just Another New Year, A New You Too

Back at the office, I [Sachin Shridharani, M.D.] prepare for a tummy tuck surgery on my patient who put on no less than 10 pounds during the holiday season. We delay the procedure for a few weeks. I tell her the weight she so easily put on is also the weight she should be able to shed with discipline and relative ease. “Leave me the hard to remove fat, so I can get rid of it for you,” I tell her. ….
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Haute Living

Is This Holiday Season’s ‘It’ Gift Cosmetic Surgery?

I [Sachin Shridharani, M.D.] sit in the consultation room of Luxurgery on Fifth Avenue in New York City. I am having a thoughtful discussion with my patient about her desire to undergo a facelift. She mentions to me she wants a natural look and does not want to look “like I just got out of a wind tunnel.” I chuckle with her and her husband who is there for support. An interesting shift occurs in the conversation. “What about you, honey? Anything you want to show the doctor?” she says to her quietly observant husband….
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Refinery29

Everything You Need To Know About Injecting Stuff Into Your Face

“People will come in and say, ‘I want Botox — can you put it here?’ pointing to their nasolabial creases,” says Sachin M. Shridharani, MD, plastic surgeon and founder of the Luxurgery Medical Center in Manhattan. “But what they really need is filler — because if I Botox your mouth you’re not going to be able to move it.” …
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The Blot Magazine

Renowned Cosmetic Surgeon Sachin M. Shridharani shares beauty tips

Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani is the renowned Chief Surgeon of a booming cosmetic practice in New York City. As the founder of LUXURGERY, Sachin Shridharani, MD is an accomplished and talented surgeon with an impressive pedigree..
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Haute Living

A Beginner’s Guide to Non-Invasive Beauty Procedures

Kybella is a brand-new, FDA-approved injectable that does away with the double chin easily and with no downtime. Kybella is a non-human, non-animal derived version of deoxycholic acid, which is a naturally occurring material, found in all of us that helps breakdown fat and absorb it. It is injected into the neck and over the next three to four weeks, the acid breaks down the fat. “It is one of the most exciting offerings we have had in a while,” says Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani, who owns the NYC practice Luxurgery (800A 5th Ave.). “What this injectable does under the chin is wonderful, and the off-label possibilities are also pretty amazing.”
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Haute Living

Inside The Seasonality of Plastic Surgery

The brisk temps make this time of year the perfect season for Kybella, the world’s first fat dissolving injection. The injectable received its FDA approval nearly six month ago for permanently reducing the appearance of the double chin. Allergan (makers of Botox and Juvederm) completed the acquisition just days ago of Kythera, the former parent company of Kybella, and expects to increase awareness of this permanent fat reducer and its capabilities in the ensuing month.

For more information contact Dr. Shridharani at Luxurgery located at 800A Fifth Avenue (street level).
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Haute Living

How Kybella Can Perk Up A Sagging Profile

Here’s what you need to know: Kybella is the first FDA-approved injectable that dissolves fat.

You heard us: dissolves fat! The injectable is made of deoxycholic acid, which destroys fat cells under the chin and leaves the skin substantially tighter and more contoured. That means that once the fat is gone, there’s no fear of droopy skin.

Dr. Sachin Shridharani, chief surgeon at Luxurgery, was the first plastic surgeon in NYC/Manhattan who offered Kybella to treat the double chin to improve overall jawline contour.
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Cosmetic Surgery Times

Cryolipolysis in review

A recently released review of published studies on the use of cryolipolysis for body contouring reports on the efficacy and safety of this relatively new procedure.

According to the review, many anecdotal reports extol the efficacy of cryolipolysis, but the majority of studies are small, retrospective case-series that lack control groups. The authors — Chase D. Derrick, M.D., of the University of Missouri’s division of plastic surgery, Justin M. Broyles, M.D., of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and New York plastic surgeon Sachin M. Shridharani, M.D. — set out to systematically review available literature to better illustrate the procedure’s safety and efficacy.
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Prevention Magazine

The 21 Best Age-Erasing Beauty Products Of 2015

Sachin Shridharani, MD, provides his expertise in the evaluation of the Prevention readers favorite beauty, hair, and anti-aging products available on the market for the annual Prevention Beauty Awards.
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New York Post

Men in suits are lining up to have their double chins removed

“Forty percent of my [Kybella] patients are men. On some days, it’s even more men than women,” says Dr. Sachin Shridharani, an Upper East Side-based plastic surgeon who has treated 30 patients, with Kybella since its June 15 release. “
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The Blot Magazine

Doubling-down-on-double-chins is Kybella the next Botox

“See ya, double chin! New York plastic surgeon Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani introduces us to a new injectable called Kybella which just might be the next Botox.”
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Prevention Magazine

Treatment For Keratosis Pilaris

What the MD says

Sachin Shridharani, MD, a plastic surgeon based in New York City, confirmed that my strategy was on the right track, since incorporating both physical and chemical exfoliation and moisturizing skin on a regular basis is essential. Dry skin worsens KP because keratin, the protein that forms the scaly plug, blocks hair follicles, Shridharani explains. But the products I use aren’t the only route to smoother skin.
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Johns Hopkins Magazine

Navin K. Singh, assistant professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the School of Medicine, estimates he has operated on more than 500 children as part of volunteer medical missions to correct cleft palates, lips, and noses.

Hoping to bolster the kids’—and their parents’—spirits and make them feel less different and alone, he and Johns Hopkins Hospital plastic surgery resident Sachin M. Shridharani have co-authored a slender book titled Special Smiles: The Journey of Three Amazing Children.
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Capitol File Magazine

CALL TO CAUSE

An assistant professor of plastic surgery at Johns Hopkins University with his own private practice, Dr. Navin Singh of Washingtonian Plastic Surgery knows a lot about improving appearances. He also knows a lot about improving the lives of children in need. Singh, along with fellow Johns Hopkins plastic surgeon Sachin Shridharani, wrote a book called Special Smiles, whose proceeds benefit Operation Smile, a charity devoted to helping children with cleft lips and palates.
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Kansas City Business Journal

Med schools’ Match Days don’t fit trend – Kansas City Business Journal

Another UMKC medical school student, Sachin Shridharani, investigated various lifestyle specialties and also considered training in internal medicine like his father, a cardiologist in Warrensburg.Ultimately, though, Shridharani opted for the long hours and high intensity associated with reconstructive plastic surgery.

Shridharani, a 4.0 student, was matched with Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where he will fill one of only 88 plastic surgery residency spots in the nation for students fresh out of medical school.
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UMKC News

Young doctors-to-be get first glimpses into their futuresSachin Shridharani, 24, let out a roaring bellow. His body seemed to go limp as he threw up his arms, tears welling in his eyes. His family embraced him. Shridharani of the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Medicine was one of thousands of graduating medical students across the country who, on March 16, screamed and wept at the news of their residency assignments.

“This feeling is indescribable,” said Shridharani of Warrensburg, Mo.

He was accepted into the Johns Hopkins Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery integrated program in Baltimore, MD. He seized one of only 88 available plastic surgery residency spots in the nation for students fresh out of medical school. Shridharani is the second student in UMKC’s history to be accepted into the ultra competitive program at Johns Hopkins.

“It’s the most fulfilling academic achievement I’ve ever had,” he said.
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