FRAC3® Set to Raise Standards in Laser Rejuvenation

9 October 2008

FRAC3® was first introduced in a research results presentation at IMCAS 2008 earlier this year. In this paper a research team consisting of researchers of the renowned Josef Stefan Institute's Light and Matter Department, in co-operation with the Laser and Health Academy's Expert Lecturer Dr. Tom Sult, present their latest findings on this unique modality.

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The paper describes FRAC3® as a novel and effective method for skin rejuvenation in anti-aging treatments through its self-induced, non-ablative three-dimensional fractional effects on the skin. The new modality produces a three-dimensional thermal damage structure or matrix in the skin, precisely in locations of existing age-related skin imperfections and inhomogeneities. Through this self-induced effect FRAC3® has an unrivalled advantage over methods that arbitrarily impose a damage structure on the skin through external optic solutions. An additional advantage of its three-dimensional feature is that the modality is not limited to treating within the constraints of a two-dimensional, column matrix. FRAC3® is thus a true minimally invasive treatment, with clinical experience indicating high efficacy, while treatments are extremely cost-effective as no additional optic solution or technologies are required. The FRAC3® modality currently features in Fotona's XP MAX, QX MAX and SP Plus laser systems.

FRAC3® is set to raise the standards in laser rejuvenation and anti-aging treatments, through its unique efficacy, selectiveness, shortened healing time and cost-effectiveness.