Dimple is a simple, normal indentation in the skin caused by changes in the underlying epidermal layer. It often appears on the cheeks or chin. And the cheeks that contain dimples of the most beautiful faces at all in many cultures.
Dimples are considered a dominant genetic trait, and in anatomically dimples appear due to a difference in the composition of the facial muscle, and most of those who have dimples have it on the cheeks, while dimples on one side of the face are rare. Dimples appear due to short muscles, and most infants appear dimples, but they become less pronounced with age due to stretching of the muscles. People have dimple facials simply because some people have shorter muscles. These muscles pull in the skin when a person smiles, accentuating the frown or classic dimple.
How does Dimple surgery work?
Dimple creation consists of the doctor making a tiny incision inside a patient's cheek. There are no cuts on the outside of the face. A small piece of cheek muscle is removed, and the remaining muscle is attached to the underside of the skin with dissolvable suture.
How long does dimple surgery last?
Around 30 minutes.
The surgical procedure usually takes around 30 minutes. It can be performed under local anesthesia, and should not leave a visible scar on the outside of the face.
Does dimple surgery last forever? Once the suture is tied, a depression will form on the overlying skin. After surgery the dimple will be present even without smiling. Eventually, the dimple will only fade and only be present when moving the face.
Is dimple surgery safe? Usually, dimple surgery is an extremely safe procedure, but like any other surgical procedure, there are inherent risks. The risk of bleeding during or after dimple creation is quite low. Infection is exceedingly rare and the risk is minimized with proper oral hygiene and antibiotics.