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DENT 1100 Dental Anatomy Module II Head & Neck Anatomy Unit I Landmarks of the Face and Oral Cavity
Landmarks Facial landmarks: 1. Ala of the nose 2. Naso-labial groove 3. Philtrum 4. Vermilion zone 5. Vermilion border 6. Labial commissures 7. Labio-mental groove
Facial Landmarks Ala of the nose: #7 #6 Bridge
Facial Landmarks Naso-labial groove
Facial Landmarks Philtrum
Facial Landmarks Vermilion Zone Vermilion Border
Facial Landmarks Labial Commissures Labio-mental groove Md2Un1 FacLdmk.pptxhttp://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=jQJsPGD1t0g
Oral Cavity Landmarks 1. Vestibule 2. Mucosa 3. Gingiva 4. Frenum 5. Palate
Oral Cavity Landmarks Vestibule
Oral Cavity Landmarks Mucosa
Oral Cavity Landmarks Gingiva
Oral Cavity Landmarks Frenum/frena
Oral Cavity Landmarks Palate – hard palate Palate – soft palate
Oral Cavity Landmarks Hard palate Incisive papilla Palatine rugae
Oral Cavity Landmarks Soft palate Uvula Tonsils
Oral Cavity Landmarks Tongue: Median sulcus Lingual frenum Papilla Circumvallate Filiform Fungiform and Foliate
Salivary Glands Saliva: Purposes:
Salivary Glands Pairs of Glands – Parotid Submandibular Sublingual
Parotid gland Size: Location: Duct:
Submandibular Gland Size: Location: Duct:
Sublingual Gland Size: Shape: Location:
Terminology Vermilion border Philtrum Vestibule
Terminology Orifice Lingua Buccae Glosso Palatine
Terminology MASTICATION DEGLUTITION
7 Head and Neck Anatomy. 2 Landmarks of the Face and Oral Cavity Landmarks of the face Labial tubercle Labial commissure Vermilion border Labiomental.
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Landmarks of the Face and Oral Cavity. Landmarks of the Face Nostril Nostril Openings to the nasal cavity Openings to the nasal cavity Lined w/ mucosa.
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23 The Digestive System Part A. Digestive System: Overview The alimentary canal or gastrointestinal (GI) tract digests and absorbs food Alimentary canal.
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Transport Systems Digestive. Function The nourishment of the body’s cells is dependant on the relationship between the digestive system and the cardiovascular.
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Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology, 9e by Elaine N. Marieb Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Benjamin Cummings. Figure.
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Slide 114, monkey lip, H&E, 4x obj. oral mucosa submucosa salivary gland orbicularis oris muscle.
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