Established in 2019, ASET Hospital brings together some of the leading surgeons in the North West to create a centre of excellence in the field of Cosmetic Surgery and Non-Surgical Cosmetic solutions. With a friendly approach, we believe in providing clear advice to allow you to make an informed decision about your surgery.
Our team of dedicated and highly qualified plastic surgeons, anaesthetists, skin care specialists and experienced nurses are here to provide safe treatments to try to help you achieve health, happiness and the results you’ve always dreamed of. We do not compromise on quality and will only use top quality implants, properly equipped and accredited surgical facilities and fully qualified consultant surgeons who are on the GMC specialist register.
Dimple creation or dimpleplasty is a plastic surgery procedure used create cheek dimples.Some people prefer the appearance of dimples because they believe dimples brighten their smiles or add character to their faces. Some individuals are born with a variation in the attachment of their facial muscles which results in natural dimples. The small hollow that makes up the dimple is formed because of a small gap in the muscle of the cheek, which pulls the skin inwards when smiling. For those born without dimples, a simple procedure can create dimples without any external scar. The dimple procedure is to recreate the gap in the muscle that exists in a naturally occurring dimple. this method of dimple creation most closely replicates a naturally occurring dimple.
Plastic surgery and in particular facial surgery is a very complex procedure that involves detailed knowledge of anatomy, experience and execution of great surgical technique. Aset Hospital's elite and highly experienced surgeons specialiise in face cosmetic surgery and dimpleplasty.
Deciding to change the way you look through Cosmetic Surgery takes courage and a lot of consideration. It is important that your decision to have a procedure is considered carefully.
A man or woman who wished they’d been born with attractive dimples to embellish their faces may now have natural and permanent scar free cheek dimples created using surgery – for that additional touch of cuteness to your smile, dimples help brighten up a smile and add personality.
There are some possible risks, as with all surgery, which will be explained to you at the time of your dimpleplasty consultation. This is an opportunity to discuss your dimple creation and as dimple surgery is very much adjustable to one’s preferences because it has many variables (size, shape and depth). Allowing your consultant to ascertain your expectations and discuss the results that can be achieved. In order for you to make an informed choice it is vital that you understand all aspects of the procedure and all possible outcomes.
Cheek dimple creation (dimpleplasty) is a procedure that can be done under local anesthesia. Prior to your procedure, your surgeon will mark the area with you so you are fully aware of the planned dimple placement.
During the procedure, your surgeon will make a small opening inside the mouth and work on the buccinator muscle inside the cheek to create a natural-looking dimple. The inside of the cheek is closed with dissolvable stitches and you’re able to resume most normal activities following the short procedure.
Since the procedure is performed inside the mouth, there is no obvious appearance of surgery from the outside. Our surgeon use their technical skills, artistry and expertise for a quicker recovery so you can enjoy the compliments related to your new dimples sooner.
Individuals vary greatly in their physical reactions and healing abilities and so it is important to consider the potential risks of this surgery before making a decision. Our surgeons will meet with you to discuss the procedure and the risks so you can make an informed decision.
Disclaimer: This information sheet is designed to offer impartial advice and provide you with information to help you make an informed decision. It does not replace the need for a thorough consultation and all prospective patients should seek the advice of a suitably qualified medical practitioner.