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The normally sharp demarcation between the red of the lip and the adjacent normal skin. The vermillion border is important in dentistry and oral pathology because it is used as a marker to detect pathology, such as in actinic cheilitis. It represents the change in epidermis from highly keratinized external skin to less keratinized internal skin.



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