“Do braces make your lips bigger after you get them removed?” This is one of the common questions asked by patients when they’re considering having their teeth worked on.
The use of braces is a popular way to straighten misaligned teeth and improve oral health. In addition to the potential cosmetic benefits of braces, many people are interested in changes to their jawline and face shape as well. This article examines how braces can affect the jawline and face shape, as well as some before and after photos to see how they may affect you.
Additionally, braces can affect the shape of the lips. It is possible for the lips to look uneven or disproportionate when teeth are misaligned. A symmetrical and balanced look for the lips can be achieved by straightening the teeth with braces. A straightened smile can greatly improve the appearance of the lips, especially when the teeth had previously been crowding or overlapping. People’s mouths and facial structures are unique, and the exact effect of braces on the lips will differ depending on their individual mouths and facial structures.
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