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.
Dr. Anna Galeba PhD, MD
  • General Information
  • Facial Anatomy
  • Mechanism of action
  • Indications
  • Contraindications
  • Complications and management of complications
  • Botox vs Dysport– general information
  • Patient selection
  • 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
  • basic information
  • division
  • minor attempt
  • protocol treatment

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

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

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)