[:en]Peels, lasers, needles, ultrasound, and radiofrequency… oh my! A non-definitive guide to non-invasive facial rejuvenation[:]

[:en]There are an overwhelming number of devices and techniques now available for non-invasive rejuvenation of the face.  While the continued research into skin rejuvenation is impressive, the sheer number and variety of available treatments is enough to confuse even the most savvy beauty junkie.  Because I am asked about many of these each day, I decided to do a little … Read More

The Vampire Breast Lift

The Vampire Breast Lift? In the non-ending search for cheaper and faster ways to achieve larger and lifted breasts, some practitioners have resorted to injecting breasts with various fillers, including saline, silicone, fat, hyaluronic acid, and most recently, platelet rich plasma (PRP). Advocates for the use of fillers in the breasts argue that it is ideal for women who wish … Read More


SKIN BRIGHTENING REVISITED The desire to have clear, glowing skin is present in every culture. Even, bright skin without blemishes or areas of hyperpigmentation gives an impression of youth and health. The overwhelming number of products and devices on the market which are targeted towards both brightening and lightening attests to the growing popularity of this issue in skin health. … Read More

Dr. Naidu On eHealth Radio About The IDEAL IMPLANT®

Introducing the IDEAL IMPLANT® Dr. Nina Naidu, board-certified plastic surgeon located in Manhattan, NY again joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to talk to us about the IDEAL IMPLANT®. Dr. Naidu specializes in breast augmentation and congenital breast deformities.   Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Nina Naidu discuss the following: What is … Read More

[:en]Winter Skincare Routine[:]

[:en]Naidu Plastic Surgery carries a line of skincare products to keep your skin hydrated throughout the dry winter season. Find out which cleansers, scrubs, serums, and moisturizers are available and recommended to prevent winter skin damage. [:fr][:]

Frequently Asked Questions: Breast Implants

1. How long do breast implants last? Breast implants are man-made synthetic devices, so they will wear out with time.  In general, the shell of the implant begins to wear out at ten years, but in some cases the implant remains intact for 20 years or longer.  In these cases, I recommend leaving the implant alone. 2. What should be … Read More

THE COOL MINI™ versus the Double Chin

Both my patients and I have been waiting very eagerly for a new applicator for our very popular CoolSculpting® machine.  On 9/23/15, Zeltiq announced that it had received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the CoolMini™ applicator which is designed for treatment of submental fat, or the dreaded “double chin”.  In the past, I have treated this … Read More


[:en]If I could select a perfect breast implant for my patients, what would it look and feel like?  It would be soft and feel completely natural when placed in the breast.  It would have a low rate of rupture and capsular contracture, the scar tissue which can occur around breast implants.  It would also settle well with time, allowing the … Read More

[:en]CoolSculpting Infographic[:]

[:en]Weight Loss vs. Fat Reduction CoolSculpting is a FDA-approved treatment for fat reduction of the abdomen, flanks, inner thighs, and outer thighs. CoolSculpting works on the principle of cryolipolysis, in which targeted tissue is precisely cooled. The fat cells beneath the skin are crystalized and then die, but the skin, blood vessels, and nerves remain unaffected. Over time, the body … Read More

[:en]Dr. Naidu’s Best Friend’s Guide to Breast Augmentation[:]

Are you or know someone who is considering a breast augmentation? Lucky you! Dr. Naidu has created a “Best Friend’s Guide to Breast Augmentation” to help anyone interested in the breast enlargement procedure understand the process from start to finish. Click the image below to download the PPT and learn more about the procedure and learn if its right for … Read More