Mandible Anatomy

Wednesday, March 12th 2014. | Anatomy

Mandible Anatomy

Mandible (lower jawbone) are largest and strongest bone of the face, serves for the reception of the lower teeth. It is a powerful device that helps us to chew and hold our teeth in place. 
The ascending parts of the mandible at the side are called rami. The joints by means of which the lower jaw is able to make all its varied movements are between a rounded knob, or condyle, at the upper back corner of each ramus and a depression, called a glenoid fossa, in each temporal bone.
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