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FRACTORA SKIN TIGHTENING

In Austin Fractora Firm is a non-invasive skin treatment that promotes skin tightening by heating the deep layers of skin. There is no to  downtime or discomfort. Fractora Firm stimulates the production of your own elastin and collagen to provide beautiful skin tightening.

IS FRACTORA SKIN TIGHTENING FOR ME?

People who are looking for a non-invasive and natural looking approach to skin tone, texture irregularities and lifting can benfit from Fractora Firm.

Austin Fractora Firm patients have reported that their skin feels smoother, with improvements in definition and decreased wrinkles. Fractora Firm is an advanced aesthetic solution for all skin colors.

WHAT AREAS CAN BE TREATED?

Fractora Firm in Austin can treat sagging skin on the entire face. You can use Austin Fractora Firm to treat skin with decreased elasticity in areas like the forehead, crow’s feet, upper eyeids, lower eyelids, nasolabial folds, jowls, smile lines and neck. Treatment of the body can include the arms (bat wings), abdomen and other areas that may need skin contraction.

WILL IT HURT?

Fractora Firm is essentially painless.

IS IT SAFE?

Austin Fractora Firm has built in safeguards that allow precise thermal temperatures for optimal tightening without the risk of overheating.

IS THERE ANY DOWNTIME?

There is no problematic downtime. After each session there may be slight redness in the treated area, which subsides within a few hours.

HOW MANY SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED?

It is recommended that weekly sessions are performed over six weeks. Individuals with mild laxity may be treated in fewer sessions with more weeks between each treatment. Schedules should be based on a medical pre-evaluation. You can arrange individual treatments or a package, whatever suits your needs the best.

CAN FRACTORA FIRM BE USED WITH OTHER TREATMENTS?

Yes, Fractora Firm can be used in combination with most other laser treatments, facials, injectables and/or fillers. Please speak to our aesthetic providers when considering combining Fractora Firm with other treatments.