TCA Cross Treatment
TCA CROSS is a technique that involves using trichloroacetic acid (TCA) for the chemical reconstruction of skin scars (CROSS).
During the procedure, a dermatologist stretches the affected skin, then applies a small amount of high-concentration TCA to the scar, which damages the epithelial layer of skin.
As the wound heals, new collagen fibers form inside the scar, helping to reduce its appearance.
TCA CROSS can cause a mild, temporary burning sensation, but anesthesia is usually not necessary.
|Treatment Type||Light Therapies|
|Treatment Problem or Condition||Acne Scarring, Active Acne|
|Skin Type||Acneic Skin|