What is dimpleplasty?(Types of dimples)

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What is dimpleplasty?(Types of dimples)

Types of dimples

What is dimpleplasty?

A dimpleplasty is a type of plastic surgery used to create dimples on the cheeks. Dimples are the indentations that occur when some people smile. They’re most often located on the bottoms of the cheeks. Some people may also have chin dimples.

Not everyone is born with this facial trait. In some people, dimples are naturally occurring from indentations in the dermis caused by the deeper facial muscles. Others may be caused by injury.

Regardless of their causes, dimples are regarded by some cultures as a sign of beauty, good luck, and even fortune. Due to such perceived benefits, the number of dimple surgeries has increased significantly in recent years.we have different types of dimples

Types of Dimples

Cheek Dimples – This is the most common and known dimple located on the cheeks, it can be found on many areas of the cheek, and some people only have one dimple instead of two. Dimples can add angularity to the face and often, the person who has the procedure is perceived to have lost weight. When consulting with Dr Prasad, you will discuss the depth and placement of your desired dimple.

Chin Dimple – Often referred to a as a “cleft chin” is a less common dimple on the face, which results from a connection to the underlying jaw structure (i.e. John Travolta). Since it is a dominant trait, the likelihood of inheriting a chin dimple is high if one parent has it.

Back dimple – This type of dimple has also been referred to as the “dimple of Venus” after the Roman goddess of beauty, is the least known of the three. It is situated in the lower part of the back and is more common in women than men.

How To Get Natural Dimples?

Wondering how to get natural dimples, opt for cosmetic surgery, dimple piercing or other hacks for temporary dimples. One way or the other they are sure to enhance your beauty quotient.

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