People with A Dimple have a Divine role to play in the Universe ….. Smile !

Everyone dreams of a beautiful Smile with a Dimpled cheeks. Few are fortunate to have it naturally and others can get it with help of Dimple Creation Surgery. It is also known as Dimpleplasty? Dimpleplasty falls under the category of Plastic Surgery. This surgery is done to create dimples on the cheeks which enhances your smile. Dimples are the small indentations that appear on the cheeks whenever a person smiles. In terms of anatomy, dimples are caused by a natural indentation in certain facial muscles. They’re mostly located on the bottoms of the cheeks or on chin. However for many Dimple are signified as a sign of beauty, good luck, and even fortune. These beliefs and a strong urge to have an enchanting smile, has made the number of dimple surgeries significantly increased in recent years.


A dimpleplasty is performed on an outpatient basis. The dimple creation surgery is performed in your surgeons cosmetology centre under local anesthesia; it doesn’t require the patient to admit himself in a hospital.
  • First, your doctor will apply a local anesthesia, to the operating area to ensure you don’t experience pain or discomfort during the surgery. It takes about 10 minutes for the anesthesia to take effect.
  • Your doctor makes a tiny incision on your cheek from inside. A small amount of muscle and fat is removed to aid in this creation. The area is about 2 to 3 mm in length.
  • Once your doctor creates the space for the future dimple, then the suture (sling) from one side of the cheek muscle to the other. The sling is then tied to set the dimple permanently in place.


Recovery from dimpleplasty is relatively faster. Usually you are discharged immediately after the surgery. Mild swelling might be experienced after the procedure which can be reduced by applying cold pack to the swollen area. The swelling shall usually go away on its own within a few days. Mostly people can return to their routine activities in two days after having a dimpleplasty. A post-surgery follow-up with your surgeon for a couple of weeks to assess the results is advised.