If you take it in and mentioned you dropped it. $$$ will light up in the eye's of the rep your talking to
If you don't mention it and at the service there is just an iota of small damage to a part. They might notice it and note that many parts will need to be replaced.
Good point is the movement is the ETA 6497, so any qualified watchmaker can work on it and parts will be cheaper.
Main difference with this movement over the standard ETA is the newly designed bridges and swans neck adjustment on the movement.
All other parts are the same
Just wear it and check the timing day to day. Reset the time every 24 hours at the same time. Not going to be 100% on the time setting (no hacking and no minute marks)
Set as close as possible to the same 5 minute marker and wear it over a week