For many years, patients wishing to reverse the signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles, were selected from two proven stand-alone treatment methods. Microneedling and radiofrequency energy used to revitalize facial skin and appearance are incredibly safe and effective.
Previously, both treatment types could treat the signs of aging. However, they could not be done during the same session and required some time between sessions to promote healing and create a better result. Fractora uses both of these methods and combines them into a single procedure that is just as safe and easy but is performed in single treatment sessions.
Although the exact number of sessions is determined by your current skin condition and your aesthetic goals, most patients who undergo Fractora skin treatments will require between 1 and 4 sessions that take less than an hour each.
Perhaps best of all, the result will start to appear almost immediately following the treatment session, with the most noticeable improvements coming after two weeks. You will continue to see gradual improvements in the appearance of your skin up to three months after each session.
There is virtually no recovery time after each session, and most patients experience nothing more than minor redness and tenderness around the treated areas. Makeup can be applied 1 to 2 days after treatment, and the redness should begin to subside within a week, depending on the area treated.
Since Fractora is so non-invasive and easy, there is virtually no place on the face where it cannot provide great results. The most commonly treated areas include the forehead, cheeks, and neck. However, despite its effectiveness, Fractora is still gentle enough to be used around the eyes and mouth.
Whatever your aesthetic goals may be, Dr. Jennifer Walden and the team at The MedSpa in Westlake and Austin, TX, have the expertise and knowledge to develop a treatment plan customized for your body and goals. Contact the office at 512-328-4100, or visit www.themedspaautin.com to schedule an appointment, today.