| | Bullhorn Liplift
As per Medscape:
[I]"The most common lip-lift procedure today is called a bullhorn liplift. This procedure consists of an excision of the white part of the upper lip directly beneath the nose in the shape of a 'bull's-horn', with advancement of the inferior border of the incision to the area directly beneath the nose.
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