Jinda Rojanamatin, MD
Institute of Dermatology, Bangkok, Thailand
Dr. Jinda Rojanamatin is a dermatologist, certified by the Royal College of Thailand. He graduated Doctor of Medicine from Chulalongkorn University, Diploma of Thai Board of Dermatology from Institute of dermatology. Then he continued the professional training in Fellowship in Dermatosurgery and Laser, Teikyo University, Japan and Certificate in Cosmetic Dermatology, University of Miami, USA. Currently, he is an Acting Director and Head of Dermatosurgery and Laser Department at Institute of Dermatology, Bangkok. He has also served on the board of Dermatological Society of Thailand.
Currently, Dr.Jinda is an Deputy Director at Institute of Dermatology, Bangkok. He has also served on the Chairman of Scientific committee of Dermatological Society of Thailand.
Dr. Jinda Rojanamatin has been invited as a speaker at the several prestigious international meetings, such as World Congress of Dermatology, International Society for Dermatologic Surgery, including International Congress of Dermatology and Eurasian Congress in Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine. His major topics of interest are skin laser surgery, as well as, Botulinum toxin and Fillers.
Facial Transformation in Male Patients: Thai Perspective
Recently, male aesthetic seekers have been constantly increasing, including in Thai male people. Regarding facial transformation in men, it is essential to avoid feminization or over correction of male face. Several factors should be considered for treatment plan, such as anatomical, psychological, sociological characteristics of male patients as well as individual peculiarities of the persona and patient’s need.
The objective of treatment is to create masculine, fresh and healthy appearance. For upper 1/3 of facial treatment, we need to keep a straight eyebrow and avoid arched eyebrow or lifting the lateral part which would create unnatural look. While treatment on the mid face, we need to avoid feminization appearance by volumizing laterally on the zygomatic arch but not developing zygomatic prominent as in female. To achieve masculine features, lower 1/3 of face plays main role. Strong, square-shaped chin and prominent angles in the jaw are necessary for the transformation.