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Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine

By: Dr. Anna Galeba PhD MD

PROFILE:

  • Doctor of Medicine (1999-2005), Management in Health Care (2008), Doctor of Philosophy (2011)
  • Cert. Aesthetic Medicine Doctor and Cert. Cosmetic Doctor (Poland PSME-PTL, 2008 and USA AAAM, 2016);
  • International Aesthetic Trainer (trained more than 2,500 doctors of aesthetic and anti-aging medicine and 500 cosmetologists from the basic of cosmetology);
  • as a Speaker – more than 40 speeches, and as a Participant, Workshop moderator, Chairman and President of the session at Medical Aesthetic Medicine Congresses on 5 Continents;
  • author of many publications in reputable medical journals (more than 45) and medical books (10) in Poland, USA and India, about aesthetic and anti-aging medicine, dermatology and management in health care;
  • author of many articles in lifestyle magazines about aesthetic and anti-aging medicine;
  • as a Member of Editorial Board of several prestigious medical journals in Poland and abroad (USA, India);
  • as a Reviewer of prestigious medical journals in Poland and USA;
  • as a Chairman – Poland Chapter of Anti Ageing Foundation – Society of Regenerative Aesthetic & Functional Medicine in India;
  • as a Scientific and Medical Advisory Board Member in International Association of Stemcell and Regenerative Medicine (IASRM);
  • As a Scientist and Aesthetic Medicine Expert in DAPOU Pharma GmbH (German Pharmacist Company);
  • Private Practice of Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine in Poznań and Warsaw, Poland – owner (15 years of experience);
  • Collegium Medicum, University of Zielona Góra, Poland (Department of Hygiene and epidemiology), and Medical Faculty, Lazarski University in Warsaw, Poland – science researches and medical articles.

 A : Botox (Part I and Part II)

  1. General Information
  2. Facial Anatomy
  3. Mechanism of action
  4. Indications
  5. Contraindications
  6. Complications and management of complications
  7. Botox vs Dysport– general information
  8. Patient selection
  9. Treatment Protocol
    • Forehead wrinkles
    • glabella (frown lines)
    • “crows feet”
    • brow lift
    • lower eyelid (Palpebra/under eyes)
    • smoker’s lines (perioral rhytids)
    • gummy smile
    • lifting the tip of the nose (nose reshaping)
    • corner inversion
    • the “rabbit nose” (bunny lines)
    • chin anomalies (pebble chin)
    • bruxism, square face
    • soften jaw line (facial elongation)
    • stripes neck (platysmus bands)
    • decolette
    • “Venus rings”
    • hypertropic gastrocnemius
  1. Hyperhidrosis (axillary, hands, head, forehead, chest, groins…)
    • basic information
    • division
    • minor attempt
    • protocol treatment 

B: Aging and skin rejuvenation, Mesotherapy, Mesobotox, Cellulite (part I and II)

Aging

    • Aesthetic medicine  – definition
    • Aging – General informations
    • Skin aging division
    • Prevention of premature aging of the skin

Mesotherapy

  • Definition
  • Mechanism of action
  • General informations
  • Technique
  • Devices
  • The substances used in mesotherapy
  • Indications
  • Contraindications
  • Side effects
  • Hyaluronic acid, Choline , PDRN, – informations
  • Patient selection
  • Treatment protocol
  • Stretch marks – protocol procedures
  • Hair loss- protocol procedures, anesthesia

Mesobotox

  • Definition
  • Mechanism of action
  • Indications
  • Contraindications
  • Side effects
  • Patient selection
  • Therapeutic procedures
  • Dose

Cellulite

  • General informations
  • Underlying causes of cellulite
  • Stages of cellulite
  • Cellulite – what to do?
  • Caffeine, L-carnitine, Extract of artichoke, Extract of yellow sweet clover and Rutin, Tiratricol (TRIAC) – informations
  • Treatment protocol – protocol procedures, anesthesia

C: Fillers

  • Fillers – General Informations
  • Facial Anatomy
  • Types of fillers
  • Hyaluronic Acid filler – informations
  • Calcium Hydroxylapatite fillers – informations
  • Poly-L-Lactic Acid filler – information
  • Fillers – side effects (complications) and management of complications
  • How to get the natural look?
  • Method of injection
  • Cannula vs needle
  • E-line of Ricketts
  • Anesthesia
  • Patient selection
  • Treatment Protocol
  • nasolabial folds, “marionette lines”,  lips, lips corner, “smoker’s wrinkles”, cheek augmentation, tear trough, temporal augmentation, earlobes, nasal bridge enhancement, chin augmentation, jaw line, hands

D: Chemical Peels

  • Anatomy of the Skin
  • Chemical Peels – division
  • Chemical peels – classification
  • Fitzpatrick skin types
  • Types of Chemical Peels
  • Peel Complications
  • Peel complications – management
  • Chemical peels – when not to peel
  • Treatment of Acne
  • Aged pigment spots – “Liver spots”
  • Chemical Peels – what to choose? (Acne vulgaris, Acne scars, Rosacea acne, Freckles, Solar hyperpigmentation, Wrinkles, Photoaging, Flaccid skin, Seborrheic Skin, Keratosis pilaris, Periorbital dark circles, Stretch marks,
  • Treatment Protocol

E: Energy based device

  • Devices – Intense Pulse Light (IPL)
  • Devices – Light Emitting Diodes (LED’s)
  • Devices – Microfocused Ultrasound
  • Devices – Radiofrequency
  • Devices – Cryolipolysis

F: Live Workshop on:

Fillers (minimum 3 persons – max 5)

  • 1-2 patients for lips (1 filler per person)
  • 2-3 patients for face – like nasolabial folds, marionette lines, chin, cheek (1 filler per person)

Mesotherapy (minimum 2 persons – max 4)

  • Mesotherapy- hands (0-1 patient) 1 ampoule of mesotherapy per person
  • Mesotherapy  – faces (1 patient) 1 ampoule of mesotherapy per person
  • Mesotherapy – neck and chest (1-2 patients) 1 ampoule of mesotherapy per person
  • Mesotherapy  – head/hair (0-1 patient) 1 ampoule of mesotherapy per person

Botox (minimum 3 persons – max 5)

  • Botox – forehead wrinkles (1-2 persons)
  • Botox – frown lines (1-2 persons)
  • Botox – “crows feet”(1-2 persons)
  • Botox – bruxism or square face (0-1 person)
  • Botox – axillary hyperhidrosis (0-1 person)
Dr. Anna Galeba PhD, MD