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World Renowned Cosmetic Surgeon Sachin Shridharani Tells Beauty Tips
Accomplished Cosmetic Surgeon Sachin Shridharani, MD

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. Trained by the Johns Hopkins Medical School, Dr. Shridharani is taking New York’s prestigious cosmetic surgery industry by storm, grabbing market shares left and right while earning praises from patients and winning awards from industry peers. Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani shares the latest beauty tips:

“Going through a plastic surgery for the first time can be an exciting experience. For most of us who reside in a climate that allows for seasons to change, the right timing for a successful plastic surgery is critically important.” said Dr. Sachin M. Shridharani, a renowned cosmetic surgeon with an office prominently located on New York City’s Fifth Avenue.

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The most popular cosmetic procedure in the fall is the treatment of the “double chin” through Kybella, an injection to the neck area recently approved by the FDA.

As it gets colder, the brisk temps make this time of year the perfect season for Kybella, the world’s first FDA approved 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 weeks 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.
Immediately after the injection, patients experience temporary swelling while the medication takes effect. This has led to several of my patients leaving the office and making a quick detour to Louis Vuitton two blocks away before carrying on with their day. When returning to the office for a follow-up or subsequent round of treatments, my patients adorn their neck with their new accessories and display improved profiles, while telling me how fall and winter is the perfect time for them to “melt away” their double chins and hide their temporary swelling with a new muffler.

There has always been seasonality in plastic surgery. Surgeons prepare for certain times of the year where we see spikes in numbers of patients seeking similar treatments. Late winter and spring is always big for breast and body contouring (no pun intended). Patients want to heal in time for summer and have their “beach body” ready.

Female patients often notice that they can hide any swelling or temporary bruising under layers of sweaters. When spring hits, they often say that they will be ready for a whole new wardrobe and can’t wait to buy tops they can fill out and shorts to show off sculpted thighs. Male patients often notice that they can also wear any temporary compression garments under collar shirts and suits and be back at the office without anyone knowing they are on their way to having a more defined torso after liposculpting.

“It all makes sense and seems practical. With fall here, I notice a spike in patients seeking aesthetic refinements to the face,” said Dr. Sachin Shridharani. “My patients tell me that they want to look great and refreshed after being away during the summer. More importantly, patients tell me that the holidays are coming up and they want to look their best, since they have not seen many of the individuals at Thanksgiving Dinner since the last one.”

This fall, the procedure that many people will be seeking is neck rejuvenation and contour improvement of the jawline. This follows previously noticed trends of increased interest in facial surgery prior to the winter months. One used to require formal surgery to improve the appearance of a double chin – liposuction or a neck lift. Now, an injectable can help. I suspect this fall and winter for many to be hiding well healing double chins after undergoing injections. After all, scarf season is upon us.

For more information, contact the LUXURGERY office located at 800A Fifth Avenue (street level) next to New York’s central park.

About Sachin Shridharani, MD

Dr. Sachin Shridharani is a Johns Hopkins trained Plastic Surgeon based in New York City focusing on aesthetic/cosmetic surgery and complex reconstruction. Dr. Shridharani attended one of the few Bachelor/Doctor of Medicine (MD) accelerated track programs in the country. After graduating with honors and at the top of his class at the combined BA/MD program at the University of Missouri where he obtained his undergraduate degree (BA) and doctor of medicine (MD) with honors in an accelerated 6 year program straight out of high school, he was accepted into the esteemed Johns Hopkins/University of Maryland Integrated Residency Program in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery where he trained and served as Chief Resident under leaders in the field of Plastic, Reconstructive, Aesthetic, Craniomaxillofacial, and Hand Surgery. The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been ranked by US News and World Reports as the #1 hospital in America for 23 years. He went on to complete an Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the prestigious Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in New York City where he focused exclusively on cosmetic surgery procedures and injectables like Botox and fillers.

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