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Restoration is important because when people are living, they usually look at eyes. When someone is deceased, people look at this.

The mouth

2

The facial expression of a person seems to concentrate on or about this.

The lips

3

The mouth has more of this kind of problem than any other feature.

Posturing

4

The nasolabial folds- which mark the beginning of the cheeks.

Lateral Boundary of the Surface of the Mouth

5

  • The base of the nose.
  • The Nasal Sulcus

Superior Boundary of the surface of the Mouth

6

The junction of the lower integumentary lip and the chin.

Inferior Boundary of the Surface of the Mouth

7

  • Mucous membranes on one side of the midline may be wider and thicker.
  • One end of the line of closure is often slightly inferior and posterior to the other.
    • The classic proportions used to locate the line of closure may not apply.

The Mouth tends to be Asymmetrical

8

  • The teeth are slightly parted.
  • The mucous membranes make gentle contact.
    • Line of closure resembles a hunting bow.

Normal Repose of The Mouth

9

  • Has a horseshoe curvature.
    • Jaws
    • Teeth
    • Both of these reflect that curvature

Bilateral Shape of The Mouth

10

The width of the mouth is:

Two Eyes Wide

11

  • Lies halfway betwen the base of the nose and the top of the chin.
  • Resembles a hunting bow.
  • Moves backward to a point which is posterior to the rear margin of the nose.

The line of Closure of The Mouth

12

  • Lies slightly posterior to the upper mucous membrane.
  • Is normally thicker than the upper mucous membrane.

The Lower Mucus Membrane

13

The visible reddish portion of each lip.

  • Medial Lobe
  • Line of Closure
  • Weather line
  • Vertical Lines

Mucous Membranes (Superior and Inferior)

14

Tiny prominence of the midline of the superior mucous membrane.

Medial Lobe

15

Where the free margins of the mucous membranes meet.

  • The form is created by the free margin of the upper mucous membrane.

Line of Closure

16

Nothing is attached.

Free Margin

17

The line of color change at the junction of the wet and dry portion of each mucous membrane.

Weather Line

18

Fine linear tracings running vertically on the mucous membranes.

  • Closer together laterally than centrally.
  • Some people have a deep central line on the lower mucous membrane.
  • Don't erase these lines during cosmetic treatment.

Vertical Lines

19

The skin part of the lip, extending superiorly and laterally from the attached margin of the mucous membrane.

Upper Integumentary Lip

20

The small angular area between the wing of the nose and the cheek (or the nasolabial lobe).

Nasal Sulcus

21

The shallow vertical groove on the midline of the upper integumentary lip betwen the columna nasi and the upper mucous membrane.

Philtrum

22

The skin part of the lip receding inferiorly from the attached margin of the lower mucous membrane to the top and side of the chin.

Lower Integumentary Lip

23

The juncture of the lower integumentary lip and the top of the chin. (Acquired Marking)

Labiomental Sulcus

24

The central and two lateral planes of each integumentary lip and mucous membrane bilaterally repeat the horseshoe curvature.

Surface Plane

25

The oblique eminence, caused by muscles at each end of the line of closure.

  • It begins on the upper integumentary lip, medial to the corner.

Angulus Oris Eminence

26

The small groove in the angulus oris eminence at its juncture with the end of the line of closure.

Angulus Oris Sulcus

27

The furrows of age, extending vertically on the mucous membranes and integumentary lips.

Labial Sulci

28

  • Margins are not sharp.
  • Not identical
    • Upper is less red.

Color of the Mucous Membranes

29

  • Is vertical from the columna nasi to the upper mucous membrane.
  • Bisects the base of the nose.

Profile of The Upper Integumentary Lip

30

  • Greatest anterior projection is at the attached margins.
  • Lower lip is more posterior.

Profile of the Mucous Membranes

31

  • Posterior to the rear margin of the nose.

Profile of The Line of Closure

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Recedes inferiorly from the attached margin of the lower mucous membrane to the top of the chin.

Profile of The Lower Integumentary Lip