Do you feel you have suffered as a result of negligence during your Fractora treatment? If so, you may be entitled to compensation – and we can help you claim the funds you deserve.
The team at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors is extremely proud of our 95% success rate on all cases pursued after obtaining medical evidence and the fact that, to date, we have recovered over £3 million of compensation for our clients. What that means for you is that you can rest assured that your claim is in good hands.
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About Fractora treatment
Fractora is a radio-frequency anti-ageing treatment that attempts to produce a more radiant appearance for a patient’s skin tone and texture. It is typically used on areas of the skin that have fine or deep wrinkles, scars or discoloured skin tone, such as eyelids, cheeks, the mouth and the neck.
As people age, their skin loses volume, elasticity and becomes thinner and drier. While there are different treatments to combat these signs of ageing, such as chemical peels and dermal fillers, the use of treatments like Fractora is increasing in popularity.
Despite the fact radio-frequency treatment has been used in medical procedures for many years, its use in cosmetic surgery is relatively recent.
Fractora treatment is carried out under a local anaesthetic. A small probe containing micro-needles is held against the patient’s skin to deliver the radio-frequency energy into the skin. The heat generated by the needles in the sub-dermal tissue aims to promote collagen restructuring in order to aid rejuvenation and give an improved appearance.
Typically the results will be visible about two weeks after treatment and will continue to be visible for around two or three months.
Examples of negligence
Recovery from a Fractora treatment normally takes a week to ten days and there may be some swelling and bruising initially.
If, however, you feel that there are potential complications from your treatment, some common signs could be encountered.
- Excessive post-operation swelling
- Inappropriate scarring
Why Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors?
We were the first legal practice to be established in England and Wales solely dedicated to supporting victims of cosmetic surgery negligence. As a result, we know exactly what it takes to bring a claim that has the best possible chance of winning.
This experience, alongside our sensitive and respectful way of working, means our clients benefit from a comprehensive, stress-free service that places their best interests at the centre of everything that happens.