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What join all facial bones so they are immovable, except for the mandible?
Sutures
What is the only facial bone capable of movement, allowing speaking and chewing?
Mandible (lower jawbone)
Nasal bones
Facial bones -- 2 bones that support the bridge of the nose.
Lacrimal bones
Facial bones -- 2 paired bones located one at the corner or each eye, containing the lacrimal gland (tear gland) and canals for the passage of the lacrimal duct.
Maxilla
Facial bones -- 2 large bones compose the upper jaw (pleural-maxillae)
Mandible
Facial bone -- lower jaw bone
Zygoma
Facial bones -- 2 bones, one on each side of the face forming the cheekbones
Vomer
Facial bone -- thin, flat, single bone forming the lower portion of the nasal septum.