Flashcards in Exam 6. Chapter 26 Deck (61)
Bones of skull
Surrounds brain and protects it from injury.
Forms facial features.
Participates in the growth process of jaws.
Improper relationship of the teeth and jaws. (Max. To mand. Teeth)
How many bones in the skull
Bones of skull decided in
Bones surrounding the brain.
Bones of the face:
-nasal bones (2)
-inferior nasal concha (2)
Joining together of 2 or more bones
Short tubelike opening through bone
Long tubelike opening through bone
Tim of the orbit comes from
Frontal, zygomatic and maximally bones
Most difficult view of skull for student
Hard palate formed by
Palatal process of maxilla
Palatal process of palatine bones
Major area of endochondral bone formation- develops facial profiles and malocclusions
Supraorbital notch (foramen)
Upper rim of orbit. Nerve and blood supply to forehead
Formed between frontal and parietal bones
Arteries and nerves to upper lip lower eyelid and side of nose
Ridge of bone over max. Canines
Depression in bone above canine eminence
Forms in the pockets that the teeth sit in
Mandible-mental nerve and vessels pass to chin, lower lip and labial gingiva of anterior mandible
Opening in orbit where optic nerves enters in
Formed from Parietal and occipital bones
Squamous portion of temporal and parietal bones. - overlapping suture
Projection of temporal behind external auditory meatus -insertion point for sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM)
Projects the temporal and joins with zygoma
Part of temporal bone where consume articulates (part of TMJ)
Projection behind ear- attachment for muscle and ligaments.
Branch of V3 (mandible)