The four front cutting teeth of each jaw.
Inferior Palpebral Sulcus
The furrow of the inferior border of the inferior eyelid.
The vertical or transverse furrows between the eyebrows.
Notch between the tragus and antitragus of the ear.
The vertical furrows of the lip extending from within the mucous membranes into the integumentary lips.
The junction of the inferior lip and the chin, which may appear as a furrow.
Levator Anguli Oris
Elevates the angle of the mouth.
Levator Labii Superioris Alaeque Nasi Muscle
Elevates the superior lip, dilates the nostrils.
Levator Labii Superioris Muscle
Elevates and extends the superior lip.
Levator Palpebrae Superioris Muscle
Raises the superior eyelid.
Eyelid furrows which are short and broken, which run horizontally on the palpebrae themselves and may fan from both the medial and lateral corners of the eyes.
Inferior fatty 1/3 of the ear.
The furrow beneath of jawline which rises vertically on the cheek.
Closes the mandible; mastication.
Tiny prominence on the midline of the superior mucous membrane.
Elevates and protrudes the inferior lip, wrinkles the skin over the chin.
The visible red surfaces of the lips; the lining membrane of body cavities which communicate with the exterior.
The angular area between the posterior margin of the wing of the nose and the nasolabial fold.
The eminence of the cheek and adjacent to the mouth; extending from the superior part of the posterior margin of the wing of the nose to the side of the mouth.
The furrow originating at the superior border of the wing of the nose and extending to the side of the mouth.
Depression superior to the medial portion of the superior palpebrae.
Natural Facial Markings
Those that are present from birth; hereditary.
Oblique Palpebral Sulcus
The shallow, curving groove below the medial corner of the eyelids.
Epicranius; draws the scalp posteriorly and anteriorly and raises the eyebrows.
Optic Facial Sulci
Crow's feet; the furrows radiating from the lateral corner of the eye.