Paving stone dents

Hi guys,
I'm an absolute beginner when it comes to gardening having just moved into a house for the first time with a garden so please be gentle on me!
The previous occupant of the house has basically made a mess of the gardens and I'm starting work on putting it right. First of all, I've removed 18 paving stones he put down to form a path, which has left various dents in the grass. I'm looking for advice on how to fill these dents because they are very unsightly.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Kind regards, Dash
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1. Can you buy sod? Dig the holes out to the same depth as the dirt on the sod. Cut the sod to fit the hole.
2. Add topsoil. Don't add more than an inch or so of dirt at a time before allowing the grass to grow through. Sand works OK, too.
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