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Fractora™ is the most advanced fractionated RF energy treatment available on the market. It uses radio-frequency to heat the skin and bipolar energy to control the depth of skin resurfacing, delivering optimal results. It creates micro-lesion dots in the process, delivering heat through specially designed Fractora™ pins to promote collagen production and effective skin rejuvenation.

Fractora™ dramatically reduces wrinkles, slows the effects of aging, and restores skin to its youthful appearance. It is a phenomenal treatment for hormonal or cystic acne, acne scarring, fine lines, deep wrinkles, lax skin, pigmentation, and textural concerns. It can be used on most areas of the body.

While there is some downtime associated with this procedure, it allows for faster and better healing compared to other resurfacing treatments. This unique combination of deep dermal heating provides a more effective treatment than most other lasers and resurfacing devices.

What are the Treatment Areas for Fractora™?

The areas most commonly treated with Fractora™ in Toronto are those regularly exposed to the sun or prone to sun damage, wrinkles, acne, and scarring. These include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • The neck

  • The upper and lower eyelids

  • Laugh lines

  • Lip lines

  • Chest

  • Forehead and eyebrow area

  • Cheeks and lower face

  • Any area with severe discoloration



  • Exceeds results similar to the best fractional CO2 lasers on moderate and deep wrinkles, even on skin type VI.

  • Safe to treat areas off the face, with profound contraction on the neck and abdomen.

  • Significantly resolves cystic acne and scars, improving acne scarring by 50%.

  • Safe on skin type VI with little risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), which is common with CO2 and other resurfacing energies.

  • Less downtime or risk of adverse reactions compared to the best fractional CO2 lasers Multiple settings mimic aggressive fractional CO2, Er: YAG, IR laser and deep  (dermal/ sub-dermal) volumetric heating through tips with various depths and pin density configurations.

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