What Is Fractora?

Fractora is an advanced skin rejuvenation treatment that helps correct a variety of aesthetic concerns caused by sun damage or aging. The minimally-invasive procedure allows patients to customize their treatment to address individual concerns. From fine lines and wrinkles to skin laxity to hyperpigmentation, Fractora can help.

How Does It Work?

Fractora works in two unique ways to produce advanced skin rejuvenation. The minimally-invasive treatment first uses a matrix of ablative micro-pins to resurface and restore the skin’s health. Meanwhile, radiofrequency technology is delivered to deeper tissue promoting faster cellular turnover.

Am I A Good Candidate?

If you’re bothered by deep wrinkles, scars, age spots, lax skin, or even active acne, you may be able to benefit from this minimally-invasive treatment. Fractora is safe and effective for sensitive areas such as around the lips and eyes. The procedure can also be customized for just about any skin type, tone, or color. Consultation is required prior to treatment.

patient before treatment
patient after treatment

*Individual Results May Vary*

How Long Does Treatment Take?

Your Fractora treatment typically takes about 30-minutes. However, you’ll be asked to arrive approximately 1-hour prior to your appointment to allow the topical numbing agent to take effect for a completely pain-free procedure.

What Results Will I See?*

Initial results can be seen several days post-treatment. You can opt for multiple lighter treatments or a single deeper resurfacing procedure to achieve your desired results. The final outcome is a smoother complexion and firmer, tighter skin. Results are long-lasting due to an increase in collagen production.

Is There Any Downtime?*

Recovery time can vary based on your custom treatment. On average, you’ll likely need to take at least 1-2 days off from work. Many patients opt to have their Fractora treatment on a Thursday or Friday afternoon and return to work feeling refreshed Monday morning. Side effects may include redness, swelling, tenderness, and/or flakiness.