woman smiling after a Botox for Chin Dimples

Botox for Chin Dimples

Dimples can be cute, but not everyone appreciates dimples forming on the chin. Sometimes referred to as a “golf ball chin” or “orange peel chin”, those with chin dimples can be self-conscious of these indentations. Whether you have one dimple or several small dimples that you want to go away, our aesthetic experts at The K Spa can help you with our quick and effective Botox treatments for smoothing chin dimples.

Botox injections can be used to improve many facial features, and using it for chin dimples is growing in popularity. As with the use of Botox in the brows, forehead and lips, the chemical helps relax and smooth muscles to minimize creasing in your chin. By strategically targeting the specific muscle that is creating the dimple, the Botox will relax the muscle, allowing the dimple to fill out and provides a smoother look to your chin.

Botox treatments for chin dimples will last several months, and the results vary from person to person. The injections can be safely repeated as needed to maintain the smoothing of chin dimples without the expense of plastic surgery. At times, chin dimpling may be best treated with a combination of neuromodulators like Botox and facial fillers to achieve optimal results. This is one of the reasons we highly recommend working with our experienced and skilled medical professionals here at The K Spa.

Quick, Effective Treatment for Chin Dimples

Chin dimples can be genetic, but when several indentations occur, it can be from wrinkling the chin repeatedly out of habit. Like smile and frown lines, chin dimples can become more apparent as you get older. The good news is, the effective power of Botox can diminish chin dimples just like it can soften frown and smile lines. By relaxing the muscles in the chin that cause the dimples, the indentations disappear and the chin remains smooth.

One of the many benefits of using Botox for cosmetic enhancements is that it is quick and requires no downtime. When treating chin dimples, our aesthetic specialists at The K Spa can perform the procedure in a quick office visit. You can come in on a lunch break or even before going to work without worries. Botox can take a few days for the complete results to be apparent, but they will last for months. Our experts will ensure that your treatment will look natural, and those around you will only see a smoother, more attractive chin.

Chin Dimples Require Expertise

Dr. Stong, the medical director for The K Spa, is a dual board certified plastic surgeon. His understanding and expertise in facial anatomy provides our patients with a higher level of confidence in his recommendations for their facial treatments, including those for chin dimples. Dr. Stong combines his knowledge of cosmetic treatments and muscular-neurological anatomy to offer the best solutions for your desired result. Our patients always receive clear explanations of what to expect for results from various treatment options. Our team of medical professionals seamlessly blend medical science with the artist’s eye, always picturing and working with the final results in mind.

The first step in treating your chin dimple or dimples is a consultation with our experts at The K Spa. Every person is different, and we do not believe in using a cookie-cutter approach with our cosmetic procedures. Dr. Stong or one of his aesthetics team members can examine your chin and discuss the results you desire. We will customize your treatment to ensure you get the results you desire.

The K Spa is directly connected with Dr. Stong’s professional practice, Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC. The facial treatment services offered through The K Spa, such as chin dimple smoothing, are provided with the same personalized care and attention as all the professional services offered under Dr. Stong’s direction. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to treat chin dimples.


* Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.

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