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Skull Bones

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fuse to form the upper jaw, all facial bones join the maxillae except the mandible so they are called the "keystone" bones of the face. It holds your upper teeth Maxillae
form part of the hard palate, failure of these bones to fuse results in a cleft palate Palatine bones
cheekbones and form part of the lower eye sockets Zygomatic bones
fingernail sized bones that form part of the inner eye sockets, they have a groove that allows tears to pass Lacrimal bones
smooth rectangle bones that form the bridge of the nose Nasal bones
the single bone in the middle of the nasal cavity, it forms most of the bony nasal septum Vomer bone
thin curved bones in the nasal cavity and are actually part of the ethmoid bone Inferior nasal conchae
lower jaw bone and the largest and strongest bone of the face, it holds your lower teeth Mandible
Created by: kajones97