Fixing your smile would be a combination of fixing your teeth through a cosmetic dentist and fillers such as Restylane into your lips. Before getting injected into your lips I would consult an orthodontist since your bite itself may be affecting your smile.
Before getting anything
done to your upper lip, it would be advisable to get your teeth corrected
first. A temporary result could be Juvaderm injections.
Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane can enhance lips and make them more symmetrical. If you are still unhappy with your smile after fillers, consider consulting a cosmetic dentist for assessment of your teeth.
The right & lLeft side of my top lip is uneven in size/shape. How do I fix this and make my lips more even & symmetrical?
I would first use a filler to try and even out the asymmetry of your lips. If still not satisfied than a minor surgery or lip lift operation...
Dental issues causing lip asymmetry
first of all, she'll good that you have great lips with nice fullness. They are very attractive
if he wanted to temporarily help them be more even you can use filler conservatively in strategic areas of the lips.
Primarily I would say this is a dental issue that can be corrected.
best of luck
Chase Lay, MD
Double board-certified facial plastic surgeon
First, the tooth needs to be fixed by a dentist because that is probably pushing on your lip a bit. Second fillers can be used to lessen the disparity between the two.
This problem can be approached using a combination of a lip filler such as Belotero in combination with a small amount of Botulinum toxin on the affected side which would reduce show of the tooth. See a physician well versed in the administration of fillers and toxin.
Fix for Asymmetrical Lips
Hi JB. We would use Restylane to fix the issue. Adding a bit of Restylane to the right portion of the upper lip should bring the two sides closer in shape and size to create the look you are striving for.
To see Orange County, CA Restylane before and after pictures, check the link below.
I think that the easiest solution for your problem is the judicious use of a HA filler in order to give your lips more symmetry. This may need to be done every 6 to 9 months.
A hyaluronic acid filler filler is what you need.Juvederm is good for lips since it is soft.Another choice is Belotero.Should not be on any blood thinners b/f since increases risk of bruising. If havehx of cold sores tell the doc