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18 Cards in this Set

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what are structures that are movable called?
what are structures that can’t be moved called?
other structures
what are the two ways to make a sound?
move the articulators to other articulators, or move an articulator to other structures
what are the major contributors to articulation?
tongue, mandible, velum hard palate, teeth
what passes though the mental forman?
mandibular branch of the trigenuinal nerve
what is the lateral portion of the jaw called?
what is the point called where the jaw goes upward?
The spot where the mandible articulates with the temporal bone is called the?
condylar process
what is the space between the condylar process and the coronoid process called?
Mandibular notch
what Serves as a point of attachment for the lateral pterygoid muscle?
Pterygoid fovea
Your teeth sit into tiny sacs called?
Dental alveoli
The portion of the maxilla that meets the frontal bone is called the?
Frontal process
The maxillary branch of the trigeminal nerve passes through the?
Infraorbital Forman
This makes up ¾ of the hard palette?
Palatine Process
The two structures that create the intermaxalitary suture is called the?
palatine process
The place where the palatine processes are fused is called the?
intermaxalitary suture
This separates the pre maxilla from the palatine process it is the?
premaxillary suture
This makes up the other ¼ of the hard palette?
horizontal plate