Well, I would disagree about board builders in Texas. Texas has one of the longest histories of surfboard building in the US, and many of the surfboard specific building material were developed and are manufactured here. I know builders through out the state, even out in El Paso.
Now on to your ding, the quick answer is no as far as injection, etc. With some careful sanding you should be able to remove the vast majority of resin and fibers that have become fractures and cloudy looking. Then a coat of polyester resin should eliminate the vast majority of other cloudy effects. Because of all the solvents, etc., in polyester resin it will work much better than epoxy to 'wet' it all out once again.
Push on it with your thumb, does it feel soft? It looks like a 'gentle' bump that has marred/clouded the finish, but did not damaged the carbon fiber or the foam underneath.
I am in Austin, and you can send it to me if you would like a 'like new' professional fix.