The ageing process for many can be a difficult one. Whether it’s seeing frown lines by the lips, or wrinkles on the neck, you may think there’s no way to avoid showing your age. Fortunately, you don’t have to look older than you feel just because your skin isn’t as young as it used to be.
Thanks to modern science, Fractora treatment can help. This skin treatment uses fractional radio frequency technology to minimize damage caused by aging, while at the same time incorporating micro-needles to stimulate collagen regeneration and restoring an overall youthful look.
If you’re considering Fractora treatment, you may be wondering if you’re a good candidate for the procedure. Fractora is a great treatment option for a variety of skin conditions, but there are some factors that will make someone a better candidate than others. In this blog, we’ll discuss what Fractora treatment is used for and who makes a good Fractora candidate. We will also highlight Fractora at Plastic Surgery Skin Clinic and what sets our practice apart from the competition.
What is Fractora treatment used for?
Fractora treatment can do wonders for those looking to resolve a variety of skin conditions.
Fractora is most commonly used to treat the following concerns:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Textural irregularities
- Surgical scars
- Acne scars
- Stretch marks
- Pigmentation irregularities
Fractora can also be used to tighten skin and improve overall appearance. The procedure works by delivering radio frequency energy deep into the skin, causing controlled injury to the skin cells. This triggers the body’s natural healing response, resulting in the production of new collagen and elastin. The new collagen and elastin help improve the skin’s texture, tone, and elasticity.
Inmode Fractora uses both radio frequency and microneedling. Small needles create tiny punctures in the skin to send heat below it to encourage collagen production.
Forma vs Fractora: What’s the difference?
Each of these treatments varies slightly in its approach to skin resurfacing and rejuvenation.
Fractora skin rejuvenation uses a fractionated laser and microneedling device to resurface the skin. This fractionated laser improves the complexion and tightens the skin. The thermal skin treatment heats the surface and subdermal tissue layer of your skin to boost collagen growth and achieve amazing results.
Forma treatment also involves thermal heating. The heat from a Forma treatment activates subdermal tissue, contracting it. This contraction of tissue gives your skin a smoother appearance. Wrinkles can also be minimized and loose, sagging skin tightened.
Who makes a good Fractora candidate?
Fractora is a great treatment option for many people, but there are some factors that will make certain people better candidates than others. A good Fractora candidate is someone in good health. Those aged thirty to sixty years of age who want to enhance visible signs of aging, and younger individuals with active acne, acne scarring, or skin anomalies will be the primary candidates.
The procedure is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, as there’s a lack of data on the safety of Fractora in these populations. In addition, the ideal candidate should have realistic expectations for the procedure. Fractora can provide great results, but it won’t completely transform your appearance. You should have healthy skin with no active infections or other skin conditions. Also, you should be willing to follow post-procedure instructions.
Fractora at Plastic Surgery Skin Clinic
At Plastic Surgery Skin Clinic, we offer the latest technology in Fractora treatment. The procedure is minimally invasive and has minimal downtime, meaning patients can return to their normal activities soon after treatment.
What sets our practice apart from others is our commitment to patient safety and satisfaction. At Plastic Surgery Skin Clinic, we believe everyone deserves to look and feel their best, which is why we only use the latest and most effective treatments. We also offer a free consultation so you can learn more about the treatment and make an informed decision about whether or not it is right for you.
If you’re considering Fractora treatment, contact us today to schedule a consultation. Our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you decide if the procedure is right for you.