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facial bones

nasal bones paired and form bridge of nose. rest of nose formed by hyaline cartilage
lacrimal bones make up part of eye orbit. feature: nasal lacrimal canal. contains nasal lacrimal duct (carries tears from eyes to nasal cavity)
maxilla: features forms upper jaw maxillary sinus infraorbital foramen: opening for nerves and blood vessels to pass through
Maxilla: alveolar process contains sockets teeth go in
maxilla: incisive fossa opening for nerves and blood vessels to pass through
Maxilla: hard palate forms anterior part of roof of mouth. made up of planetary maxilla bones and horizontal plate of palatine bone
zygomatic bone makes up bottom of eye orbit makes up part of zygomatic arch
mandible: features condylar process projection, at end of process in mandibular condyle. coronoid process (muscle attachment). mental foramen. mandibular foramen. alveolar process of mandible.
4 pairs of sinuses frontal, ethmoidal, sphenoidal, maxillary
sinuses functions all lined with mucus membrane. exact function is not well known. lightens skull, makes voice louder. all have ducts that drain into nasal cavity.
Created by: britneybarry