About Dr, Cuadros

Dr. Cuadros is a board-certified Plastic Surgeon practicing in New Mexico for 20 years. He is Harvard-trained and specializes in Cosmetic Surgery with a strong interest in Cleft Lip and Palate

Friday, September 10, 2010

Lift of Enchantment

The Lift of Enchantment and the evolution of the Modern Facelift. What people desire most is an effective, natural, long-lasting and safe procedure.

The Lift of Enchantment is a personalized approach tailor-made and designed for the individual. It addresses each area of concern including cheek, jowls and neck. The neck is addressed using the Direct Neck Approach. No other technique can achieve the results.
The procedure depends on several principles. The first principle is the understanding of layers: Skin, subcutaneous fat, fascia, muscle, deep layers, and bone. The second principle is the camouflage of incisions. And the third principle is the placement of vectors of tension in hidden areas above and behind the ear.
The Direct Neck Approach (DNA)This is done through an additional innocuous and hidden incision under the chin.It is important to remove both layers of fat in the neck, one above and one below the platysma muscle. Liposuction alone will not do this and in fact, can damage tissues. Tightening of the platysma muscle, the main contour muscle of the neck using a corset or shoelace technique. Indirect approaches, including the mini-lift or Lifestyle Lift, only partially correct – and in somecases – does not correct this vital area at all.
Please come in for a complimentary consultation with our Plastic Surgery Nurse who will show you actual results.

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1 comment:

  1. I went to Dr Cuadros for juvaderm injections, and during the course he asked if I would like to have Botox on my chin. ( I had had Botox done by another dr because I have walnut chin LOL, but it did not work) I agreed, and am EXTREMELY happy that the walnut look is gone! He is fantastic! Very in tune with your input and expectations.

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