Mouth Palatine raphe

Palatine raphe Hard palettePalatine raphe Hard palette
Palatine raphe
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د.حيدر الزريجاوي Growth and Developmentد.حيدر الزريجاوي Growth and Development
Growth: usually refers to an increase in size or number; it is largely an anatomic phenomenon. Palatine raphe
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Muscles of the floor of the mouthMuscles of the floor of the mouth
During swallowing, contraction of the upper fibres of the superior constrictor will pull the pharyngeal wall forwards. This will help the soft palate to close the nasopharyngeal isthmus. Palatine raphe
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Definition: Soft tissue at or along the junction of hard and soft palates on which pressure within the physiological limits of the tissue can be applied by a denture to aid in retention of the dentureDefinition: Soft tissue at or along the junction of hard and soft palates on which pressure within the physiological limits of the tissue can be applied by a denture to aid in retention of the denture
Serves Primarily in denture retention by making contact with anterior portion of soft palate. Palatine raphe
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