I would ask her how she feels about the way she looks. What does she want to accomplish from this? Personally , I think making the teeth themselves the best they could be should be enough, the rest is just being unique (I hate "perfection" to be honest). If the pt. is fine with teeth cleaned, brightened, repaired, and say it's the mother who has the problem, then I would refer to a counselor before staring something too drastic.
The incisal edges of the centrals are right where they need to be lengthwise according to the smile line. The canines are a little to far into the smile line. If you do crown lengthening on this patient the length to width ratio will be off significantly for the incisors. If Ortho is chosen to intrude the teeth what happens to the patient's occlussion and guidance?
Do a diagnostic work up either digitally or traditionally to help find the best approach to solve this case. This is the only predictable way to make any useful suggestions.