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Restorative Art Q2

Restorative Art Quiz 1 Qtr 2

What are the 5 factors affecting facial markings? Age, environment,position of the body, condition of body, heredity
WHat are the three basic physiognomical facial types? Furrow, Groove, Fold or Eminence
What are the 9 natural facial markings? Philtrum, Nasolabial Fold, Nasal Sulcus, Oblique Palpebral Sulcus, Anglus Oris Eminence, Labiaomental Sulcus, Submental Sulcus, Dimples
Philtrum Groove medially on superior lip inferior to the nose. Indent on orbicularis oris
Nasolabial fold Extend from the posterior wing of the nose to the side of the mouth
Nasal Sulcus Angular area between posterior margin of nasal wing and labial fold
Oblique palpebral sulcus Shallow curving groove below the inner corner of of eyelids, forms infraorbital pouch
Angulus oris eminence Small convex prominence lateral to the line of lip closure
ANgulus oris sulcus Groove at each end of lip closure
Labiomental Sulcus Junction of lower lip and chin that may appear as a furrow
Submental sulcus Junction of base of chin and the submandibular area
Dimples Shallow depressions located on cheek or chin
What are the 11 acquired facial markings? Nasal Labial Sulcus, Transverse Frontal Sulcus, Intercilliary, Optic Facial Sulci, Superior Palpebral Sulcus, Buccal Facial Sulcus, Mandibular Sulcus, Labial Sulci, Platysmal Sulci, Cords of the Neck
Nasal Labial Sulcus Furrow originating at superior border of the wing of the nose and extending to the side of the mouth
Transverse frontal sulci The furrows that cross the forehead, caused by occipitofrontalis
Intercilliary Sulci Vertical or transverse furrows between the eyebrows caused by corragator and procerus
Optic Facial Sulci (crow's feet) Furrows radiating from the corners of the eyes
Superior palpebral sulci Furrows on the upper border of the eyelid
Inferior palpebral sulci Furrow of the lower attached border of the palpebra
Buccal facial sulcus Vertical furrow of the cheek
Mandibular sulcus Furrow beneath jawline the rises vertically on the cheek. Several can cause serrated jawline
Labial Sulci (furrows of age) Vertical furrows extending from within the mucous membranes to the integumentary lips
Platysmal sulci Transverse dipping furrows of the neck
Cords of the neck Vertical prominences of the neck. Can be long or short
Furrow/Wrinkle/Sulcus A crevice in the skin bordered by adjacent elevations
Groove Elongated depression on a relatively level plane or surface
Fold An elongated prominence adjoining a surface, recurved margin having greater projection than surrounding area