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Fractora by Inmode the most advanced fractional  radio-frequency skin resurfacing device that transforms the surface and sub dermal layers of the skin.  Using a combination of microneedling, which is a treatment using pins in a handheld device to create microscopic punctures at the skin’s surface, with radio frequency waves to deliver energy to the sub dermal layer of your skin.   Results have been improvement in skin complexion, texture and skin tone, and increased production of collagen.  Fractora has proven to be effective in treating fine lines and deep wrinkles, sunspots, enlarged pores, stretch marks, cystic acne, and scarring including surgical and acne scars with reported significant resolution of cystic acne and scars (improving acne scarring by 50%).

We pre-treat your face with a topical numbing for at least 30 minutes before your procedure to ensure your comfort.

Side effects may include varied redness and swelling. It is possible to be able to wear makeup in 48 hours.  Some patients may experience temporary bruising. We will discuss the side effects you might experience during your consultation and decision regarding the extent of your treatment plan.

Results can be as soon as the first treatment and are usually reported 4-6 weeks after treatment.  It is recommended that you do 2-3 treatments to achieve maximum results.  Each treatment is typically 4-6 weeks apart.

This form of laser treatment is safe even in summer as it uses radio frequency waves. We recommend avoiding sun for a few days while your skin is healing.

Fractora Machine

Pincus Plastic Surgery

The team at Pincus Plastic Surgery would love to hear from you. If you have a question about a procedure or would like to schedule a consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us today.

New York Office

50 Route 111, Suite 300
Smithtown, NY 11787

Phone (631) 352-3556

Florida Office

875 Meadows Road #3130
Boca Raton, FL 33486

Phone (561) 362-9700

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