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Head and Neck Muscle

QuestionAnswer
Raises eyebrows Frontalis
Blinks and closes eyes Orbicularis oculi
Closes and protrudes lips Orbicularis oris
Raises corner of mouth Zygomaticus
Closes jaw Temporalis
used for chewing Masseter
Compresses cheek as in whistling and sucking;holds food between teeth during chewing. Buccinator
Flexes neck; rotates head sternocleidomastoid
Pulls corners of mouth inferiorly Platysma
elevates and wrinkles skin of chin, protrudes lower lip Mentalis
Compresses bridge of nose, depresses tip of nose, elevates corners of nostrils Nasalis
Depression of the lower lips Depressor labii inferioris
Depresses angle of mouth Depressor anguli oris
Moves the scalp back Occipitalis
tough layer of dense fibrous tissue which covers the upper part of the cranium; cranial aponeurosis
Extends neck and adducts scapula Trapezius
Created by: osucowboyup