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General information The masseter muscles are located on either side of the jaw. Literal meaning The muscle that chews. Interesting information The masseter is a quadrilateral skeletal muscle that has the primary function of chewing....

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Digastric muscle

General information The digastric muscle or digastricus is one of six key muscles which assist in the movement of the human jaw. The digastric muscle helps to open the mouth by lowering the mandible. Literal meaning The muscle with two...

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Skull or Facial Fracture

A facial fracture is when one or more of the bones in your face end up broken. The bones in the face encompass those surrounding the eye, nose, jaw and cheekbones. Facial fractures might end up causing damage to surrounding tissue. Facial...

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Facial Palsy (Bell ’s Palsy)

Facial palsy causes a sudden weakness in the face muscles. Half of the face appears to drop down. Your smile becomes more one-sided and the eye on that side of the face doesn’t want to close. The condition can occur at any age. Even...

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Dry Mouth (Xerostomia)

Dry mouth is a health problem that contributes to tooth decay and other mouth infections. Dry mouth may indicate a more serious problem in your body. If you suffer from any of these symptoms, my advice is to inform your doctor and dentist...