If you’re in the Westlake Village and Thousand Oaks area and interested in improving wrinkles, scars, loose skin, redness, and skin irregularities on your face, neck, and anywhere else, you may be an ideal candidate for Fractora skin resurfacing. Patients must be in good health and have realistic expectations for the procedure.
Fractora doesn’t treat deeper tissues, so Dr. Tansavatdi will advise you on which treatments may better meet your aesthetic goals. Fractora doesn’t cause excessive hyperpigmentation reactions in darker skin types; as a result, it’s an ideal treatment for wrinkles, loose skin, and acne scarring in Asian, Hispanic, Indian, and African-American skin types.
In addition, since the treatment delivers energy through needles that penetrate the skin’s surface and the overlying skin is minimally damaged, the treatment can be used safely to treat loose skin in other areas of the body like the chest, arms, thighs, knees, and elbows. Scheduling a consultation is important to determine if Fractora is right for your needs.