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*  Causes of Gapped Teeth
An abnormally low maxillary labial fraenum is the most base cause of gapped front teeth in the upper jaw. This gap is called ... The fraenum or fraenulum that attaches the top lip to the upper measure of the gum is called the maxillary labial fraenum. ... At this early age, the front teeth could be gapped and the maxillary labial fraenum attached low to the gum. By the time the ... The abnormal fraenum is attached so low on the gum-line that it props apart the two front teeth. ...
  http://bestwhiteningtoothpastestains.blogspot.com/2012/02/causes-of-gapped-teeth.html
*  Hard Palate Resection: Overview, Preparation, Technique
A: philtrum; B: upper labial frenulum; C: opening of Stensen's duct; D: labial commissure; E: hard palate; F: soft palate; G: ... labial commissure; E: hard palate; F: soft palate; G: intermaxillary commissure; H: base of tongue; I: lateral border of tongue ... A: philtrum; B: upper labial frenulum; C: opening of Stensen's duct; D: ... The bony base of the oral cavity is represented by the maxillary and mandibular bones. ...
  https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1890845-overview
*  Prostho sheet # 15 - Eman Al-momani
Labial frenumrequires relief.  Base of zygomatic arch..  Mid line raphe.. In the mandibular denture:.  Area of lingual (and ... sometimes labial) frenum, if overextented  it may cause ulcer or dislodgment..  Buccal shelf area, remember it's a primary ... Check if the denture is fully seated and check the adaptation of the denture base.. (We usually use Pressure Indicating Paste ... The later method is more accurate because the dentures are seated on rigid bases, the errors are more easily seen and soft ...
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*  Denture border evaluation /certified fixed orthodontic courses by Ind… - English
Relieve adequately to avoid trauma from denture base. *Labial frenum. Shorter and wider than the maxillary frenum. Adequate ... Denture border contour in buccal frenum area. www.indiandentalacademy.com * 9. Labial vestibule • Labial-buccal frenum. • Muco- ... Labial vestibule Labial-buccal frenum. Muco-gingival line-limits upper border. Record adequate depth/width. Overextension ... Labial vestibule. Labial-buccal frenum. Overextension causes instability/soreness. Muscles attachment close to the crest of the ...
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*  Labial fusion - Wikipedia
The condition can be diagnosed based on inspection of the vulva. In patients with labial fusion, a flat plane of tissue with a ... The fusion typically begins at the posterior frenulum of the labia minora and continues anteriorly. Most labial adhesions ... The condition is known by a number of names, including labial fusion, labial adhesion, labial synechiae, labial agglutination, ... labial adherence, gynatresia, vulvar fusion, and vulvar synechiae. Labial fusion is never present at birth, but rather acquired ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labial_fusion
*  Oral cavity - Normal anatomy
... fat and small labial glands; inner surface of lip is connected to gum in midline by frenulum, a mucous membrane fold. *Lower ... posterior boundary is base of anterior pillar of tonsil; divided into two sides by frenulum of tongue, contains ostia of ... Base of tongue (posterior 1/3 of tongue): bound anteriorly by circumvallate papillae, laterally by glossotonsillar sulci and ... Gingiva: mucosa in area of teeth and palate; extends from labial sulcus and buccal sulcus to a cuff of tissue around each tooth ...
  http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/topic/oralcavitynormalanatomy.html
*  Frenulum of tongue - Wikipedia
The tongue is attached to the floor of the oral cavity by the frenulum. Superficial veins run through the base of the frenulum ... "Absence of the inferior labial and lingual frenula in Ehlers-Danlos syndrome". The Lancet. 2001-05-22. Retrieved 2010-06-06. BW ... The frenulum of tongue or tongue web (also lingual frenulum or frenulum linguæ; also fraenulum) is a small fold of mucous ... The base of the frenulum contains a "V" shaped hump of tissue in the floor of the mouth which houses a series of saliva gland ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frenulum_of_tongue
*  Spreading the Facts on Viral Diseases : The Next DDS
... including the buccal and/or labial mucosa, palate, lingual frenum, and gingiva. The treatment for oral condylomas is surgical ... Oral condylomas present as a pink broad-based mass with short, fingerlike papillary projections that resemble a raspberry.2,7 ... It is important that oral healthcare providers make recommendations regarding viral diseases based on their patients' signs and ...
  http://thenextdds.com/Articles/Spreading-the-Facts-on-Viral-Diseases/
*  Facial cleft - Wikipedia
These clefts are characterized by a median cleft lip, a median notch of the cupid's bow or a duplication of the labial frenulum ... Tessier is based on the anatomical position of the cleft and Van der Meulen classification is based on the embryogenesis. In ... The nasal reconstruction with a forehead flap is based on the repositioning of a skin flap from the forehead to the nose. A ... The treatment of encephalocele is based on surgery to repair the bony gap and provide adequate protection of the underlying ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facial_cleft
*  DEVICE FOR ATTACHING DENTAL MODEL TO ARTICULATOR - Kim, Byung Geun
That is, the median sagittal plane components (upper labial frenum, incisive papillae, and median palatal raphe), which are ... According to the present invention, a device 1 for attaching a dental model to an articulator has a base frame 2 having an ... and the fourth adjusting needle 28 to be positioned at the upper labial frenum of the anterior are placed in a linear line like ... and upper labial frenum), and another needle is positioned at the medial palatal raphe. ...
  http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2010/0009318.html
*  Learn: Anatomy IV - Perineum (by yupuxoje) - Memorize.com - Remember and Understand
... join ant at base of clitoris ans ant frenulum AND post as post frenulum. ... posterior labial and deep perineal-->motor to erectile tissue in deep compartment. ... in base of labia minora, post to vestibular bulbs, lateral to vaginal opening; provide lube to vaginal opening upon sex stim; ... female equiv of CS in male, but paired here; lateral to vaginal/urethra orifice at base of labia minora; firmly att to perineal ...
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*  Pyralidae - Wikipedia
... such as the upturned and pointed third segment of the labial palps and usually a scaly projection from the antenna base. The ... a frenulum consisting of a single bristle which in turn is composed of multiple acanthae. ... SEM microphoto of the head of a snout moth - note the "snout" (labial palps) extending to the upper left above the proboscis ... The characteristic trait of the caterpillars is a sclerotised area encircling the base of seta SD1 on the mesothorax, while the ...
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*  advice wanted - slow weight gain - Page 2
Something I forgot to mention in the original post was that she has a pretty tight labial frenulum which concerned the LC but ... And based on the test weights you've done on baby, and the fact that you've lost 30 lbs since giving birth, I'm guessing that ... I will say that based on the research I've read that the skim milk theory is incorrect. Increasing the fat in moms diet has not ... Their theory, and why I'm posting the update is this: they believe she's getting plenty of milk based on how frequently/ ...
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*  Blastobasidae - Wikipedia
... long labial palps and a long proboscis with a scaly base. The tibiae of the forelegs are enlarged at the end, those of the ... to which they are joined with a frenulum. The edge of the hindwings is surrounded by a fringe of hairs about two times as long ... The antenna base bears a small brush of dense hairs and is flat, with a concave underside and may cover part of the compound ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blastobasidae
*  Pyralidae - Wikipedia
... such as the upturned and pointed third segment of the labial palps and usually a scaly projection from the antenna base. The ... a frenulum consisting of a single bristle which in turn is composed of multiple acanthae. In addition to those assigned to the ... The characteristic trait of the caterpillars is a sclerotised area encircling the base of seta SD1 on the mesothorax, while the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyralidae
*  Attachment | definition of attachment by Medical dictionary
attachment, abnormal frenum. n the insertions of labial, buccal, or lingual frena capable of initiating or continuing ... an enlargement of the base of an algal THALLUS by which the plant is anchored to the SUBSTRATE.. at·tach·ment (ă-tach'mĕnt) 1. ... n a prefabricated device for attaching a denture base to an abutment tooth. Retention is provided by friction between the ...
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*  Mouth ulcer - Wikipedia
Tearing (and subsequent ulceration) of the upper labial frenum may be a sign of child abuse (non-accidental injury).[5] ... An ulcer is a tissue defect which has penetrated the epithelial-connective tissue border, with its base at a deep level in the ... The lingual frenum is also vulnerable to ulceration by repeated friction during oral sexual activity ("cunnilingus tongue").[6] ... A mouth ulcer (in this case associated with aphthous stomatitis) on the labial mucosa (lining of the lower lip).. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mouth_ulcer
*  Normal Oral Anatomy-DoctorSpiller.com - DoctorSpiller.com
The labial (lip) vestibule is marked on the diagram. The Upper Labial Frenum is also visible. ... They represent the tips of little projections from the base of your skull called the hamular processes of the palatine bone. ... The Labial Frenum is a little tag of tissue in the center of the upper and the lower lip that attaches the lip to the gums. It ... and a ripped labial frenum, in combination with other "recurrent" bodily injuries is considered to be a legal indication of ...
  https://doctorspiller.com/normal-oral-anatomy/
*  Search For the Anatomical Term
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*  Search For the Anatomical Term
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*  Repercussions of Surgically Assisted Maxillary Expansion on Nose Width and Position of Septum and Inferior Nasal Conchae
A second surgical access was performed in the anterior region bordering the insertion of the upper labial frenulum, exposing ... Ortodontia: bases para a iniciação. 4ed. São Paulo: Artes médicas. 1999 7. Epker BN, Wolford LM. Dentofacial Deformities: ... The NC and CN cephalometric points, which represent the distances from the base of the pyriform aperture to the nasal septum on ...
  http://www.medsci.org/v08p0659.htm
*  TONGUE-TIE -AN IMPEDIMENT TO BREAST FEEDNG
Tongue-Tie may in some cases be aggravated by a lip-tie, in which a tight upper labial frenulum inhibits the natural flanging ... Careful palpation of the inferior base of the tongue may reveal the restricting frenulum and facilitate its division with ... THE FRENULUM:. The fraenum, or frenulum, is a narrow fold of mucous membrane that connects a moveable part of the body to a ... and the lingual frenulum helps to stabilize the base of the tongue without restricting tongue movement. ...
  http://drnevillewilson.com/2015/09/23/tongue-tie-an-impediment-to-breast-feedng/?replytocom=1023
*  Bulbocavernous g | definition of bulbocavernous g by Medical dictionary
A large endocrine gland located in the center of the base of the neck. The gland is composed of two lobes, one on each side of ... It lies inferior to the floor of the oral cavity bilateral to the lingual frenum and is in contact with the sublingual ... labial gland. Any of the alveolar glands of the mucosa of the lips. ... pituitary gland hypophysis; the epithelial body of dual origin at the base of the brain in the sella turcica, attached by a ...
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