Advanced Microneedling in Aesthetic Medicine (CME)


Advanced Microneedling in Aesthetic Medicine (Accredited CE) with Amelia Hausauer, MD, FAAD

Earn a maximum of 3.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™

This online learning activity reviews the data supporting microneedling monotherapy and combinations: mechanism of action, application in different disease states, and risk profiles. It also discusses the most effective and safest integration into clinical practice, including advanced skills demonstrations and pearls for success based on expert experience and recommendations.

Obtaining Your Credits:

After viewing this online training activity, you can gain access to CME credits. There is a one-time processing fee of $15 (Reg. $24.99) per certificate. Any providers within your practice can obtain their certificate by completing this process and paying their own fee. You will be provided an evaluation link after your payment has been processed. Upon completing this evaluation, our accrediting agency will email you your certificate(s) within 2-3 days.

This training is separated into 4 modules:

Module 1: Science & Clinical Lliterature Regarding use of Microneedling (MN) in Aesthetic Conditions

Module 2: Monotherapy and Combination Therapies

Module 3: Protocols, Pearls, & Pitfalls

Module 4: Full-Length Demonstration Videos

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Online Learning Module Details

Module 1: Science & Clinical Literature Regarding use of Microneedling (MN) in Aesthetic Conditions

  • What is microneedling and the mechanism of action
  • Skin anatomy and microneedling histological changes
  • Microneedling Advantages
  • Devices and FDA regulation

Module 2: Discuss Combination Therapy, Including Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Chemical Peels, etc.

  • Applications in Aesthetic medicine
  • Monotherapy for scars, wrinkles, rejuvenation, and melasma
  • Combining PRP with microneedling
  • What is platelet-rich plasma
  • PRP + MN for acne scars
  • Combination Therapies Detailed and discussed

Module 3: Discuss the Process, Pearls, and Pitfalls

  • Protocols and tips and pearls discussed
  • Marketing support

Module 4: Full-Length Demonstration Videos

  • Tray set up and PRP separation
  • PRP facial rejuvenation: split face device use
  • Microneedling acne patient
  • PRP Scar revisions/striae

Our Expert Faculty

The following presenter has disclosed the following relationships with commercial interest. All other presenters, planners or anyone in a position to control the content of this continuing medical education activity have indicated that neither they nor their spouse/legally recognized domestic partner has any financial relationships with commercial interests related to the content of this activity.

Accreditation Statement

Amelia K. Hausauer, MD, FAAD


Dr. Amelia Hausauer has made a name for herself in the study and practice of emerging techniques in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and microneedling. She completed an ASDS accredited cosmetic surgery fellowship at Skin Care and Laser Physicians of Beverly Hills with dermatologists Dr. Derek Jones and Dr. Naissan Wesley. She was a major contributing writer and editor to the textbook, PRP and Microneedling in Aesthetic Medicine and has been selected by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery to create educational resources for providers.
Learning Objectives

Understand mechanism of action in the skin, clinical literature supporting treatment in different disease states as well as potential parameters, risks of therapy, and benefits of combination treatment. Learn advanced skills and application pearls.

  • Objective 1: Discuss the mechanism of action and biologic changes in the skin responsible for effects seen post-microneedling
  • Objective 2: Review the safety and efficacy of microneedling monotherapy in scarring, rejuvenation, pigmentary disorders, and striae.
  • Objective 3: Compare the safety and efficacy of microneedling to other resurfacing and rejuvenation therapies.
  • Objective 4: Review the safety and efficacy of microneedling combination therapy.
  • Objective 5: Utilize microneedling with and without PRP therapy when treating patients for acne or surgical scarring, rejuvenation, and striae.

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