A dimple is a small natural indentation in the flesh on a part of the human body,
most notably in the cheek or on the chin. ... Jump up ^ McDonald, J.H. "Myths of
Human Genetics". Sparky H...
The truth is that dimples are actually genetic defects that are caused by
shortened facial muscles. ... A single dimple on one cheek is a rare phenomenon.
Dec 8, 2011 ... When some people smile, they have dimples in one or both cheeks. Other people
don't have dimples. This is occasionally said to be a simple ...
Dimples are small, natural indentations on the cheeks. They can appear on one
or both sides, and they often change with age. Some people are born with ...
If both of your parents have dimples (small dents in the cheek, which become ...
Genetics is the study of how certain features are transferred from generation to ...
Oct 6, 2014 ... So what is it that makes dimples a genetic flaw? Dimples ... For a little bonus
coolness about dimples, they don't always show on both cheeks.
Cheek dimples are formed by the double or bifid zygomaticus major muscle.
Sometimes ... The genetics of dimples is actually rather interesting. Dimples are a
... your father? Take this simple genetic quiz and learn about the genes that you
possess. ... Girl with cleft chin, dimples and blue eyes (no melanin). Continued.
May 18, 2015 ... But cheek dimples are a little more complicated. ... It's generally agreed that
dimples are genetic — but there's an argument about the details.
Mendelian Genetics. Mendel studied ... Dimples: Dimples (dominant trait) vs. ... If
a person has only one dimple, they should be counted as having dimples.