Dimple Creation

A Dimple smile is always attractive rather than the non-dimpled smile. A dimple (also known as gelatin) is a small natural indentation, most notably in the chin or on the cheek. Very few people are lucky to have a dimple on their cheeks. But with cosmetic surgery, it is now possible to create permanent dimples through a quick and simple procedure. At Royal Lush, we can aesthetically enhance your face by adding a dimple and which will brighten your smile. It takes 20-30 minutes for the whole procedure and you can go home right away after the procedure.

We at royal lush have a very new innovative method for dimple creation which is performed under local anesthesia with just a surgical suture. Unlike other clinics, it is a comfortable method designed to get optimum results with patient comfort, prompt recovery, and no downtime.

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Dimple creation done by Dr. Syed in the clinic

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FAQs related to Dimple Creation:

Can you get facial dimples without surgery?

If you were not born with dimples, it is not possible to get dimples that will be long lasting with methods such as facial exercise. Some people have tried to get dimples by having their cheeks pierced instead of a dimpleplasty. Unfortunately, results with piercing can be limited and variable. Many people are uncomfortable with the idea of having a dimple piercing.

Dimple surgery procedure time?

Dimple creation surgery is a quick, relatively painless, outpatient procedure. A dimple creation procedure takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia with or without sedation (also known as “twilight”). To create dimples, the surgery is performed on the inside of the cheek and there are no scars or incisions on the outside skin.

Dimple creation surgery aftercare?

It’s very important to follow your post-procedure care to ensure proper recovery. Doctor and his staff will provide you with instructions. Since the oral cavity is a source of bacteria, proper care has to be maintained. An antiseptic mouthwash has to be used a couple of times a day to keep the site as germ-free as possible. Suitable antibiotics will also be prescribed to help with faster healing. The doctor can also provide medications to relieve pain if needed. Mild to moderate inflammation will remain for a few days. Over animated facial expressions should be avoided for better results during the healing phase.

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