Rotational Fractional Resection

Nuvellus Focal Contouring

A new minimally invasive submental treatment using Rotational Fractional Resection technology is moving closer to market.
Rotational Fractional Resection

"Having something effective for the neck that doesn’t require surgery is sort of the holy grail in plastic surgery,” says Kamakshi R. Zeidler, MD, board-certified plastic surgeon and co-founder of Aesthetx in Campbell, California. “So when I learned about Rotational Fractional Resection (RFR) technology I was excited.”

RFR Safe and Effective for Submental Contouring

Women's Profile Neck

Hema Sundaram, MD, FAAD, presented positive 90-day results of Recros Medica’s Rotational Fractional Resection (RFR) technology for the improvement of submental contour at the 2019 American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) meeting this month. The CONFORM study included 68 subjects treated at multiple sites in the United States and was designed to assess the efficacy, safety and patient satisfaction of RFR for submental contouring.

Rotational Fractional Resection Technology Moves One Step Closer To Approval

Rotational Fractional Resection

Recros Medica’s de novo regulatory submission for the Nuvellus Focal Contouring System has been accepted for review by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The device utilizes the company’s proprietary Rotational Fractional Resection (RFR) technology, which creates fractional wounding without heat or energy and may provide medical aesthetic physicians a minimally invasive single treatment option to improve submental contouring.