Seems pretty superficial to me, wouldn't worry about it.
Then again, I'm not necessarily very good a source for this kind of advice as I don't worry about small dings etc. on my guitars. I let my kids play with them and generally often just have them lying on the floor when not used. Just a while back I stuffed a piece of wood behind a floyd to jam it down, but with a bit too much force, with the result of cracking the whole part between the floyd recess and the bridge pup clean off.
Just glued it down again, good as new
it didn't much lessen the looks of the guitar either, as I didn't like it as it was originally so I just ripped some 1/2 inches off its sides with a power saw...didn't bother sanding down either, and also ripped off the pickguard and such, and just used a few assorted metal bits to hold the necessary parts down.
It was just a Squier Classic Vibe or whatever so I didn't worry about mauling it...now it's a much better guitar and finally rocks!https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/--uchL7j1exY/Txgfl_R_eoI/AAAAAAAAEmU/LvjKudr7at4/s720/IMG_20120119_152716.jpg