Vermilion, Upper Lip, Everted


Vermilion, Upper Lip, Everted

Subjective: Inner aspect of the upper lip vermilion (normally apposing the teeth) visible in a frontal view


In frontal view, with the face relaxed, the apparent height of the upper lip vermilion is excessive and the upper incisors may be visible. On profile view, the vermilion is more convex than usual. An everted upper lip may be associated with a short philtrum, and may be secondary to protruded upper teeth, but these should be assessed and described separately.

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