The guitar is still structurally fine so the only reason to even attempt a repair is if you can't live with the appearance. If the ding goes through the finish into the wood, I doubt it would be possible to completely restore it back to original. Personally I'd just live with it.
To prevent this in the future on a 12 hole tie block, tie your trebles this way:
Using this method on 12 hole tie blocks, I have NEVER had a treble slip even on different guitars and different string brands including carbon trebles and I never have to melt those ball ends into the string. I made a video on youtube demonstrating how this is done: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7KjojtCY2k
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