Fractora in Toronto, Markham, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Ontario
What is Fractora?
Fractora is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that tightens and smoothes wrinkled skin as well as improve colour irregularities and improve acne scarring. Radiofrequency waves are transmitted through microneedles and used to heat and restructure skin. Areas that can be treated by Fractora include the neck, face, forehead, arms, stomach and thighs. Fractora procedures, in the Toronto area, allow patients to experience a completely rejuvenated look.
Am I eligible for Fractora treatments in Toronto?
If you desire to smoothen and eliminate wrinkles and skin unevenness, improve red or brown discolorations or scars without the significant downtime associated with a LASER treatment or chemical peel then you may be a good candidate for Fractora. Unlike LASERS and chemical peels, Fractora is completely customizable to each patient and allows you and Dr. Plant to set specific treatment goals based on your skin and create a ‘Designer Dermis’ for you.Both men and women can get great results from Fractora. Also unlike LASERS and chemical peels, nearly all skin types can benefit from this procedure. Interested residents in the Mississauga and Vaughan areas are encouraged to call the office for their consultation.
What results can I expect from Fractora treatments?
If you and Dr. Plant decide that you’re a good fit for Fractora, it’s important to understand the various steps of the procedure. Dr. Plant will apply a platform probe against the desired area to target. The probe will use small needles to create micro punctures in your skin to apply radiofrequency waves to the deeper layers. This will stimulate your skin to contract and increase collagen production leading to a youthful regeneration of the skin. Any questions or concerns you may have about this procedure will be addressed at the time of your consultation with Dr. Plant.
In Toronto, what is the usual recovery time from Fractora?
Fractora treatments can be customized to accommodate your recovery needs. Results can be achieved in as little as one treatment with a recovery time of as little as 4-5 days. For patients who cannot afford any significant downtime, results can also be achieved with up to 6 milder weekly Fractora treatments with as little as 1 day of downtime per treatment. After Fractora you may experience some red coloration in the treated areas. Any redness that occurs will subside a few hours to a few days, depending on your treatment choice. Patients can generally return to normal activity after each session.