4.4.19 Review of oral cavity: lining, muscles of cheek and lips, teeth, salivary glands, pharynx



Now, let’s review what we’ve seen of the oral cavity, the muscles of the cheek and lips, the teeth, the salivary glands, and the pharynx.

Here are the gingivae, the hard palate, the soft palate, and the uvula.

Here are the palatoglossal arch, and the palatopharyngeal arch. Here’s the tonsil. Here’s the pterygo-mandibular band, the buccinator muscle, and the orbicularis oris muscle.

Here are the teeth: the incisors, the canine, the premolars, and the molars. Here’s the crown of the tooth, the root, and the apex. Here’s the neck, here’s the pulp cavity, here’s the apical canal, and the periodontal membrane.

Here’s the parotid gland, and the parotid duct. Here’s the submandibular gland, and its duct. Here’s the sublingual gland.

Here’s the thyroid cartilage, here’s the cricoid cartilage. Here are the superior constrictor, the middle constrictor, and the inferior constrictor.

Here’s styloglossus, and stylophyaryngeus. Here’s palatoglossus, and palatopharyngeus.

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