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Body main part of maxilla bone (where teeth are)
Frontal process rises to meet frontal, nasal, etc.
Nasal process horizontal to frontal processīƒ¨meets nasals
Zygomatic process part of maxilla bone that forms part of zygomatic
Orbital process in orbit
Alveolar process where teeth attach
Palatine process forms hard palate
Maxillary sinus big hole right behind zygomatic process
Canine fossa little hole above canine
Anterior nasal spine large spine at bottom of nasal aperture
Incisive foramen big hole on midline of palate
Median palatine suture place where the two palatines come together
Nasal crest extension of nasal spine
Conchal crest inferior nasal concha articulate with maxilla
Lacrimal groove on inside of orbit
Infraorbital fissure empty space between bones in orbit
Infraorbital groove leads up to canal (canal connects groove to foramen)
Infraorbital canal canal in orbit that leads to foramen
Infraorbital foramen large hole right below orbit (one cheek)
Created by: AdamJFLA