Dimple aesthetics is an operation that takes about 30 minutes on average, performed through the mouth under local anesthesia. Before the operation, where the dimple will be made is determined and marked by the examination. Then, after local anesthesia and waiting for a while, dimple aesthetic surgery is performed. In the surgery, mimic muscles are stitched to the desired area of the cheek to form a dimple. There will be a slight swelling after the surgery, and the swelling will improve after about a week. The stitches will dissolve on their own in the mouth.
In the early period, the dimple will be visible both in normal posture and when smiling, and after an average of 15 days, the dimple will appear only when smiling. Another feature of the dimple aesthetic is that it can be restored with a small operation if it is abandoned.