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H&N MxInnervations

Maxillary Teeth and Tissue Innervations

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Greater Palatine Nerve mucosa and underlying osseous tissues of the hard palate and lingual gingiva of the posterior teeth
Lesser Palatine Nerve soft palate and palatine tonsillar area
Nasopalatine Nerve anterior hard palate and lingual gingiva of the anterior teeth
Posterior Superior Alveolar Nerve (External Branch) adjacent buccal gingiva and vestibular mucosa of the molars
Posterior Superior Alveolar Nerve (Internal Branch) pulpal, osseous tissues, PDL of 3rd molar, 2nd molar, and distobuccal + lingual roots of the 1st molar
Middle Superior Alveolar Nerve pulpal, osseous tissues, PDL, adjacent facial gingiva, and vestibular mucosa of the maxillary premolar teeth as well as the mesiobuccal root of the first molar
Anterior Superior Alveolar Nerve pulpal, osseous tissues, PDL, adjacent facial gingiva, and vestibular mucosa of the maxillary anterior teeth
Created by: ClarkDH