milandro· Distinguished SOTW Coffee Guru
@soulsax your sax seems to be dented underneath the bowguard. This makes it a lot harder to remove properly. You'd have to unsolder the bowguard, remove the dent, reshape the guard and then resolder the guard. This is a lot more work than I would personally recommend to do on a sax like yours. I'd just keep it as it is. It's just a cosmetic issue.
Unlike the original dent in the OP, the latter is , as Bjorn says, not as easy to fix.
When I was still buying saxophones I always made a point of not touching them with dent under involving the fin or brace (although I bought one Mark VII tenor not long ago and the shop which bought it is still trying to deal with it). Reshaping that fin requires a lot of work and it is best replaced which in a new saxophone will also involve burning the lacquer.