Dimple surgery in Tunisia

Facial features are what gives our faces the necessary expressions so that we can show others our different emotions.

They are also a small window to who we are especially when we enhance them even more, like when a beard is a sign of masculinity for men and wide eyes are a sign of beauty for women.

But one of the most common facial features that resembles both a cute face and beauty is having dimples, they are those small hallow holes on your cheeks that best show when someone is smiling.

Cheek dimples are known for being universally the sign of having a beautiful, symmetrical and cute face.

They are created with genetics, but recently many people dream about having them, and today with MedEspoir it is no longer a dream, because we offer the dimple surgery in Tunisia.

With this innovative and modern cosmetic treatment, you will have cheek dimples at Tunisia and enjoy the face you always dreamed of.

Dimple surgery in Tunisia is done with the help of our best specialist surgeon and at the lowest price possible.

How much does a dimple surgery in Tunisia cost?

Looking to save money on your cosmetic surgery? MedEspoir is the right answer for you, with us you will save 70% on the price of your operation in Tunisia.

To ensure that we offer our patients the best and most relaxing experience possible we decided to offer the most affordable and budget friendly prices for cosmetic surgeries in all of the world.

We have managed to achieve this by creating our unique all-inclusive package that covers all the necessary costs of your operation such as:

  • The hotel room during your stay.
  • The equipment used during the operation.
  • The payment of your doctor and medical team.
  • All operation related transportation.
  • The post-operative care.

Dimples surgery

What is dimpleplasty?

Dimple surgery or dimpleplasty is a type of cosmetic surgery used to create dimples on the cheeks.

Dimples are small indentations that occur when some people smile, they are most often located on the lower cheeks and some people may also have chin dimples.

Not everyone is born with this facial feature; dimples occur naturally for some people from indentations in the dermis, caused by deeper facial muscles, while others can be caused by an injury.

Regardless of their causes, dimples are considered by some cultures to be a sign of beauty, good luck, and even fortune and due to these perceived benefits, the number of dimple surgeries has increased dramatically in recent years.

How to prepare for a dimple surgery?

The preparations for this operation are not that much but the are vital for its success.

The first thing to do is to meet with your doctor for an appointment prior to the operation it self.

During this meeting your doctor will discuss the operation with you to let you know about the different techniques, what to expect and the potential complications.

The surgeon will also perform some tests on your skin and assess the shape of your face and how to best enhance them with the dimples.

This consultation will also determine if you are a good candidate for plastic surgery and if you have any diseases or heath problems that can prevent you from undergoing it.

Finally, you will understand where the dimples should be placed.

The operation is done under local anesthesia so it’s best to fast before it starts, a period of 8 hours should be enough.

What happens during the dimples surgery procedure?

Dimple surgery is performed on an outpatient basis, this means that you can benefit from this procedure without the need to be under general anesthesia.

However, there are some cases where anesthesia is needed for the completion of the operation, the doctor will determine that.

Your surgeon uses a small biopsy instrument to make a hole in the skin to manually create a dimple.

A small amount of muscle and fat is removed to facilitate this creation; the area is about 2 to 3 millimeters in length.

Once your doctor creates the space for the future dimple, they then position a suture from one side of the cheek muscle to the other, using hypoallergenic plasters will help to hold the dimple in place.

This type of procedure can also be combined with other facial surgery such as the upper lip lift.

What happens after dimple surgery?

Recovery from dimple surgery is relatively simple and does not take too much time.

You can usually go home immediately after surgery.

During the first period of your healing after the operation, you may experience slight swelling and bruising, and there is a chance you might feel a mild pain.

You can apply cold compresses to reduce the swelling, but it will usually go away within a few days, and the pain is manageable with the painkillers that your doctor will be giving you.

Most people who have had a dimpleplasty can return to work, school and regular activities two days after having the procedure.

However, it’s highly advised that you take it slow during the first days so that no damage may occur.

Make sure to keep up with your follow-up appointments with your doctor, during these appointments they will check the progress of your healing and help you in case any potential complications happen.

What are the risks of a dimple surgery?

The final results of dimple surgery are visible after one month from the day of the procedure, they are very natural and will give you a feeling of intense satisfaction.

However, it’s always important to remember that all cosmetic or medical procedures come with some potential risk factors.

Dimple surgery in Tunisia will be done with the help of our best doctors; they will make sure that your procedure goes smoothly and without any complication.

Some of the potential risks of a dimple surgery are:

  • Bleeding.
  • Bruising.
  • Nerve damage.
  • Redness and swelling.
  • Infection.

The doctor will discuss these risks with you when you meet with them, they will explain how to best avoid them and how to manage them in case they happen.

During the post operative period you will stay in touch with your doctor to make sure that nothing goes wrong.

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