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i would like to know, how does procedure to make the dimples on cheek, how much for the cost, and can i do after have face lift 3 years ago?. thanks

5 doctor answers12 doctors weighed in
Dr. Otto Placik
Plastic Surgery 34 years experience
Permanent scar: This is done by creating a permanent indented scar at the desired location of the dimple. Unlike a natural simple it may be present at rest. Yes it can be performed after a face lift.
Dr. Azita Madjidi
Plastic Surgery 30 years experience
A suture: Creating dimples requires a small incision inside of the cheek, creating a small defect in the cheek muscle and suturing the skin to the inside of the cheek. At first, there is a dimple even at rest and as the suture dissolves, it creates a scar which pulls the skin back with the smile. Thus creating a dimple. Th ethinner the cheek, the better the result. You could do it after a facelift.
Dr. Thomas Fiala
Plastic Surgery 33 years experience
Possible, but...: A surgically-created dimple is present all the time - unlike a natural dimple that only appears when the patient smiles. Although it would be possible you for to have this done, using a suture technique, i'm personally not a fan.
Dr. Francisco Agullo
Plastic Surgery 20 years experience
SImple procedure: The procedure is simple and popular. It can be done under local anesthesia. The cost is between $1, 000 and $1, 500.
Dr. Suzanne Galli
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 24 years experience
Dimple surgery: The price of any procedure varies by location and by surgeon. Have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon with experience in this procedure to see if you area candidate.

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