A crevice in the skin accompanied by adjacent elevations.
The furrow beneath of jawline which rises vertically on the cheek.
An elongated depression in a relatively level plane or surface.
Angulus Oris Eminence
The small, convex prominence, lateral to the end of the line of lip closure of the mouth.
Angulus Oris Sulcus
The groove at each end of the line of closure of the mouth.
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 angular area between the posterior margin of the wing of the nose and the nasolabial fold.
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.
Shallow depressions located on the cheek or chin; rounded or vertical.
The area between the mental eminence and the inferior incisor teeth.
Natural Facial Markings
Those that are present from birth; hereditary.
The junction of the base of the chin and the submandibular area, which may appear as a furrow.
Situated as a depression; concave.
Oblique Palpebral Sulcus
The shallow, curving groove below the medial corner of the eyelids.
Inferior Palpebral Sulcus
The furrow of the inferior border of the inferior eyelid.
Optic Facial Sulci
Crow's feet; the furrows radiating from the lateral corner of the eye.
The shallow concavities of the cheeks, natural on some persons which extend obliquely downward from below either the medial or lateral margins of the cheekbones.
The vertical or transverse furrows between the eyebrows.
The vertical furrow of the cheek.
Bags under the eyes; the fullness between the inferior palpebrae and the oblique palpebrae sulcus.
The "character" line, wrinkles, grooves, cords, and dimples of the face and neck.
The vertical groove located medially on the superior lip.
The vertical furrows of the lip extending from within the mucous membranes into the integumentary lips.
An elongated prominence adjoining a surface.
The junction of the inferior lip and the chin, which may appear as a furrow.
The transverse, dipping furrow of the neck.
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.
A depression; concave recess.
Zygomatic Arch Depression
One of the lesser concavities of the face located on the lateral portion of the cheek inferior to the zygomatic arch.