Should You Do a Lip Augmentation Before or After Having Major Cosmetic Dental Work?

Had a V-Y lip advancement 9yrs ago & the scar on the inside of my lip never healed properly, my upper lip is stiff & flat across the top when I smile. Would like more of a curve in the center upper lip as well as add sum fullness to upper corners & lower lip. I have an overbite which pushes my lip out & makes it look bigger. Planning to have my bite corrected & redo my upper smile teeth, this will change the way my lip looks. Should correct my smile or teeth first, any suggestions for my lips?

Doctor Answers 1

The enemy of good is better

I'm not discounting your desires, but your mouth, lips, and teeth look pretty good from your photo. I think you should have the dental work first and then approach your lips/smile. 

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