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A visionary and thought leader in the field of minimally invasive aesthetics, Dr. Amelia K. Hausauer is the Director of Dermatology of Aesthetx, a premier plastic surgery and dermatology practice located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Northern California. She is an innovator and rising star in the world of PRP and microneedling, spearheading several research trials on these subjects in addition to lecturing and training other healthcare providers. Dr. Hausauer is also the chief editor and major contributing author to the upcoming medical textbook, PRP and Microneedling in Aesthetic Medicine, and has written multiple pieces on neuromodulators (i.e. Botox® cosmetic) and dermal fillers. She was recently selected to participate in the prestigious ASDS Future Leaders Network and has served as an investigator on trials for Allergan, Merz Aesthetics, Revance Therapeutics, and ThermiGen LLC.
Dr. Hausauer earned a Bachelors of Arts with the highest honors in Human Biology from Stanford University and her medical doctorate at University of California San Francisco (UCSF,) receiving multiple competitive awards/ scholarships from each university. After an internal medicine internship in the San Francisco-Bay Area, she completed her residency at New York University (NYU) The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology where Dr. Hausauer gained critical experience in medical, surgical and aesthetic dermatology, a knowledge base she relies on during every consultation at Aesthetx. Armed with this background and expertise, Dr. Hausauer returned to California to complete an American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)-accredited cosmetic surgery fellowship at Skin Care and Laser Physicians of Beverly Hills with dermatologists Drs. Derek Jones and Naissan Wesley, world-renowned for their work on injectable fillers, botulinum toxin, and laser medicine.
Having trained for nearly two decades as a classical Russian ballet dancer, Dr. Hausauer brings a unique perspective to the field of dermatology and aesthetic medicine. Dance is an exercise in nuance, a philosophy guiding how she approaches patient histories, analyzes anatomy, and designs comprehensive treatment plans.
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