This bone is porous
What type of bone do you have better anesthesia results?
cancellous porous bone in maxillary
Where is the infraorbital foramen?
directly beneath the orbit
What exits the infraorbital foramen?
Maxillary V2 nerve
What corresponds to the roots of maxillary teeth?
What is distal to the canine eminence?
Where is the palate thicker anterior or posterior?
What carries nerves and blood vessels to the lingual side of the anterior teeth?
What carries nerves and blood vessels to the lingual side of posterior maxillary teeth?
Greater and lesser palatine foramina
The mandible is made up of what kind of bone?
Thick cortical bones
What type of bone stops the infiltration of anesthesia
What is the horizontal portion bearing the teeth?
The body of the mandible
What is the portion of the mandible rising vertically
What is the place where the body and the ramus join?
angle of the mandible
Where do the mental nerves exit on the mandible
What is the job of the lingula
protect the nerve and vessels associated with the mandibular foramen
Skin of the face, mucousa membrane of oral avity and cranial viscera, innervation of teeth bone and soft tissue are the job of what the sensory root or the motor root?
Which root sensory or motor is in charge of muscles of mastication?
The branch of the opthalmic nerve exits the brain where?
A small branch of mandibularnerve v3 exits what foramen?
Which nerves are sensory only?
opthalmic v1 and maxillary v1
Which nerve is motor and sensory?
The Maxillary V2 consists of what ?
zygomatic (zygomaticofacial, zygomaticotemperol), infraorbital (inferior palpebal, external nasal, superior labial, anterior superior alveolar and middle superior alveolar), Posterior Superior Alveiolar, Pterygoid (orbital gp, posterior superior lateral nasal (nasopalatine), posterior and middle palatine and pharyngeal
What zygomatic nerve supplies skin of anterior temporal region?
Which zygomatic nerve supplies skin over prominence of the cheek?
Where does the infraorbital nerve exit?