If you use the car youíll be spending hundreds of pounds every year if you get every chip and minor ding professionally repaired. Avoid resprays and smart repairs unless damage is significant. Paint match is rarely perfect or perfectly applied and you are more likely to have problems with paint on those panels in the future. PDR is a good option however youíre typically looking at £50+ per dent. It will be even more expensive if you have them repaired as you go, rather than waiting until you have a few.
That fender ding might be difficult for a PDR guy; looks quite sharp, and theyíll need access behind. Looks like the paint is damaged as well. Pls share the results if you get it sorted. My first choice would be PDR + small Chipex touch up. If PDR canít remove, I donít think Iíd pay a bodyshop to sort it. They will add filler, and probably respray across the wing, fender garnish, bonnet, door and window pillar. I would much rather live with the small ding and touch up the chip if itís gone through.
I would touch up all chips on metal panels as soon as you can as they do start to rust if you leave them. Chipex is pretty good if applied carefully. Donít touch up rusty spots without treating Rust first, even if it looks minor. The door chips just need a small touch up.