A connecting fold of membrane serving to support or restrain any part; as, the frænum of the tongue.
A cheek stripe of color.
Same as Frænum.
A thin cord of tissue that attaches the upper or lower lips to the gum of the adjacent teeth or the tongue to the floor of the mouth. General Anaesthesia A drug induced controlled state of unconsciousness resulting in complete loss of pain sensation throughout the whole body. Also results in an inability to independently respond to physical stimulation or verbal command.
fold of skin that limits movement, e.g., membrane across the snout of the longnose dace connecting maxillary to the front of the head.
Referring to the membrane that binds the lip to the snout or lower jaw.
Also spelt "fraenum". A fold of skin supporting an organ, such as the frenum under the tongue
A small band or fold of skin. 76
a fold of tissue or muscle connecting the lips, cheek or tongue to the jawbone
a fold of tissue that passes from the movable lip or cheek to the gum
a ligament that attaches the lip or the cheek or the tongue to the jaw bone
a naturally occurring muscle attachment, normally seen between the front teeth (either upper or lower)
Muscle fibers that attach the lips and tongue to mucosa.
A fold of mucous membrane usually containing muscles that attaches lips, cheeks, and tongue to its associated dental mucosa.
Male genital piercing of the shaft. Frenum is the fold of skin supporting an organ.
Piece of pink-colored skin that attaches your lips, cheeks and tongue to your mouth.
A loose bundle of muscles and fibers that connect from the upper or lower lips to the gum, or from the tongue to the floor of the mouth
Male genital piercing of the frenum (the little 'web' of skin attached to the glands)
(pl. FRENA).--A small band or fold of skin.
The small band or fold of connective tissue covered with mucous membrane, which attaches the tongue, lips, and cheeks to adjacent structures.
Muscle fibers covered by a mucous membrane that attaches the cheek, lips and or tongue to associated dental mucosa.
A band of tissue that connects your lips to the upper and lower jaw. If these bands of tissue are oversized they can cause a space between the teeth. (empty)
A fold of mucous membrane and underlying fibrous tissue connecting lip, cheek or tongue to the alveolar mucosa. (May be labial or lingual.)
The pink colored soft tissue that attach your lips, cheeks and tongue to your mouth. The lingual frenum can be easily seen in a mirror when you lift your tongue. The upper and lower labial frenums are also easy to see when you pull your lip out to exposure.