Welcome to the forum. Thanks for your question.
First, entirely different types of HPV cause warts versus most cervical infections requiring LEEP. So warts may not be a risk at all. Second, any HPV strains either of you has been infected with has long been shared by both of you; you can safely assume you have been infected with the same one that caused your partner's abnormal pap. However, it is very likely your immune system has cleared it, and which also prevents new infection with the same HPV type. So at this point you're probably home free with regard to either genital or oral infection.
In general, oral infection with genital HPV types is about one tenth as common as genital, even in people who regularly have oral sex. These strains apparently doesn't take hold in the mouth as well as the genital area. Oral warts are especially rare and, as you suggest, are seen primarily in people with serious immune deficiencies.
Considering all these issues, you really have nothing to worry about. If you remain interested in these topics, take a look at the threads whose links I have provided below:
Best regards-- HHH, MD