I think the best way to correct the
dimple in the chin would be to use a filler such as Restylane. Restylane is composed of hyaluronic acid and
works by filling in areas of the face in need of volume. Treatment can last up to 5 months or longer
and is a better alternative than permanent filler. Permanent filler can lead to a bumpy result
that you cannot change. We charge
$650.00 for one syringe for Restylane. We also conveniently keep the filler that is left over for future
use. I hope this information helps.
Using a permanent filler such as artefill or a permanent implant made of ptfe thin synthetic rubber-like material can easily be placed after subcision of the depression under local anesthesia. Cost is roughly $500-1000. Sincerely, David Hansen,MD
Removal or softening of a chin dimple could be accomplished with filler or some other volumizer such as fat. Also, it might be a good idea to evaluate your chin for overall projection as sometimes slight augmentation of the chin would create a better overall profile and proportion and soften the dimple at the same time. Good luck.
Filler for correction of chin dimple is a cost effective means of correcting your problem. Permanent solutions would risk overdoing this. You can have it corrected without risk of serious problem such as permanent bump.