Cheek dimples

Cheek dimples

Cost of Cheek Dimples £100

Why are dimples attractive?

A dimple is a small depression in the cheek or near the mouth that appears when smiling due to the contraction of the mimic muscles, particularly the zygomaticus major. Because dimples can enrich facial expressions, many people find them attractive.

Are cheek dimples lucky?

Dimple is one such facial feature associated with beauty and dimple on face is also believed to be a sign of prosperity, good fortune, and luck.

Are girls with dimples beautiful?

Cheek Dimples

If you were to ask a group of people if they found dimples attractive, you’d probably get a large variety of answers or opinions. Some may say that dimples make people look more youthful or approachable. Dimples are indeed associated with beauty and even good luck in some cultures

Do dimples show when you lose weight?

There’s plenty of skinny people with dimples. Definitely,it will remain on its place even if you lose weight but if you lose weight then your cheeks will also loose fat and your dimple may not visible as much as it is looking before weight loss.So,there is no need to worry it will be clearly visible after fat loss.


Is Anaesthesia Used for Dimple Creation?

Dimpleplasty can be done under both local and general anaesthesia but we prefer local anaesthesia as it takes about 20 to 30 minutes per side and the patient is comfortable throughout the procedure. So dimple creation surgery make takes 40-60 minutes.

How is the Recovery of dimple creation ?

You need to take a soft semi-solid diet for seven to ten days and antibiotics for five days.

How Dimple surgery is Performed?

There are many methods described to perform a dimpleplasty both temporary and permanent. What we do, is a permanent method where we take a stitch from the inside of your mouth that connects the muscle to the inside of the skin. It is a dissolvable stitch and you don’t need to come back to get it removed.

For dimple plastic surgery, we make an incision in the skin and we try to pucker the dermis down to the deep tissues in doing so, we create an attachment when the other muscles move together and are still there like a dimple we have on the chin or cheeks.

We look at the deep wrinkles or folds that people have as it’s very variable as to how the muscles insert near the skin so we are trying to create a small surgical procedure so that the scar doesn’t last forever.
For achieving better results, the patient and the surgeon have to be really on the same page for knowing what can be done and what can’t be done.