What is Fractora (Facial Treatment)? | before and after

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How Much Does Fractora Cost?

The cost of a Fractora treatment starts at $2,999 but varies greatly. The fee is dependent on skin type and size of the area being treated. To receive an accurate quote for the problem areas you’re looking to remedy, inquire today.

How Long Does it Take to Recover From Fractora?

Recovery from a Fractora session is extremely short, with most patients able to resume normal activities immediately after. Mild redness and inflammation are usually apparent but will normally subside within 24 hours. More aggressive Fractora settings may require 5-7 days off for recovery. (fractora before and after)

How Long Does Fractora Take?

Fractora is a treatment that does not take long to perform. The numbing cream preparation will take up to 15 minutes and the treatment itself will last around 30 minutes, depending on the coverage area to be treated. Patients should expect a single Fractora treatment to take 1 hour of their time. (fractora before and after)

What is Fractora?

Nobody wants to face the signs of aging. Whether it’s the crow’s feet around the eyes, wrinkles on the neck or smile lines by the lips, it’s impossible to go through life without the passing years being on full display.

Thankfully there’s no longer a reason for you to live with an aged appearance that goes against your youthful spirit.

Introducing Fractora™, a non-invasive skin treatment that uses fractional radiofrequency technology to minimize even the deepest aging damage and restores your youthful, beautiful skin. The most commonly treated areas are the eyelids, smile lines, forehead, cheeks, mouth, and neck. The Fractora handpiece sends 24 silicone needles into the depths of the skin (dermis). The tip of each Fractora needle is uncoated and releases radiofrequency (RF) energy deep into the dermis. This thermal RF injury is fractional (leaves some skin uninjured) and causes a break down of surrounding tissue which heals with new collagen and elastic from undamaged adjacent skin.

Who is a Fractora Candidate?

The ideal candidate for Fractora is a man or woman in good health. The person will fall into one of two categories: those aged 30-60 who want to improve visible signs of aging and younger patients who have active acne, acne scarring or skin irregularities. (fractora before and after)

Benefits of a Fractora

Reverses Signs of Aging
Soften wrinkles, pigment irregularities, blood vessels, and blemishes and tightens skin.

Restore Youthful Appearance
Reduces wrinkles to slow the effects of aging.

Quick Results
Patients have little downtime after the procedure.

Long-Term Improvements
Stimulate long-term collagen production while improving existing skin.

Fractora Risks

The risks of serious complications with Fractora are very small but may include:

Excessive Skin Redness
Redness usually subsides after 1 day but can stay for longer.

Change of Pigmentation
Can rarely cause treated skin area to become darker or lighter than normal.

Damage to Skin Texture
Minimized by using a credited cosmetic surgeon.

There is a minimal chance of scarring. In the rare chance that a scar were to occur it would be treated free of charge until it is greatly reduced or eliminated.