Medical Microneedling Course


Microneedling (also known as Medical Needling or Collagen Induction Therapy) is a non-surgical and non-ablative procedure used to treat various skin conditions such as aging (wrinkles, stretching), scarring (acne, surgical), hyper-pigmentation, cellulite and hair loss. Microneedling technology (i.e. automated pens, rollers, etc.) use very fine, sterile needles to puncture the skin and to create micro-channels deep into the skin in order to stimulate new collagen/elastin production. The resulting micro-channels also aid in infusing therapeutic serums, allowing for greater penetration and increasing overall efficacy of active ingredients.

This Medical Microneedling course begins with a lecture introducing participants to microneedling treatment and other non-surgical facial rejuvenation technologies. Dr. Roberts will then review patient records, clinical applications and post-op instructions. A live demonstration will be provided prior to participants gaining hands-on training using the Boss Medical's InnoPen - Health Canada approved medical microneedling device. The day is completed with a certification exam.


Jun 15-15, 2019
Medical Microneedling Course


  1. Understand what clinical cases are appropriate for medical microneedling.
  2. Understand the mechanisms of microneedling and how it can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions.
  3. Understand what patient records, clinical applications & post-op instructions are required in order to provide the highest-level of patient care.


  • Introduction to Micro-needling
  • Facial Rejuvenation Technologies
  • Patient Records
  • Clinical Applications
  • Post-Op Instructions
  • Live Micro-Needling Demonstration
  • Clinical Hands-on Training

Format & CE

This course is a one-day program including a clinical hands-on session (total 7 hours). A certificate will be provided upon successful completion of the course.



What are the benefits of medical microneedling treatment?
Medical microneedling helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles, rejuvenate skin with comprehensive improvement of skin tone and texture, minimize stretch marks, restore youth by effectively tightening, lifting and thickening the skin, improve the appearance of scars, reduce pore size, increase the absorption of cosmeceutical solutions and can deliver visible results painlessly and safely with little to no down time.
What does a typical microneedling session cost? How many sessions will a patient require?
A typical treatment costs the patient $500. Four to five treatments approximately one month apart are recommended in the beginning, then on-going sessions every three to four months as maintenance.
What sort of revenue opportunity for my practice does microneedling provide?
After training, your initial investment for a Health Canada approved medical microneedling device is approximately $4,615. This includes the InnoPen microneedling pen device, as well as the consumables for 10 treatments. We recommended each treatment be billed out at $500. The cost for consumables is approximately $80 per treatment, plus labour. Your overall investment can be paid for in less than 13 treatments.
Can a physician or dentist delegate treatment to a staff member?
Yes, however treatment must be provided by a qualified medical, dental or qualified skin therapist, including aestheticians.



Learn how you can use the industry's most advanced and safe microneedling device to intensify trans-dermal delivery for cosmeceutical grade treatments.

Learn how you can rejuvenate the skin with comprehensive improvement of skin tone and texture.

Learn how you can easily introduce a non-surgical and non-ablative treatment that can be appropriately delegated and complement your cosmetic injectable services.

Before & After

Fees & Requirements

Fees: $1,500 per person

Requirements: This course is open to qualified medical, dental & nursing professionals, as well as appropriate clinical delegates. Aestheticians may also register.

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