Nerves of the face

Explore the intricate network of nerves in the face and learn how they control facial expressions and sensations. Discover the key functions of each nerve and how they contribute to your overall facial health.
cranial nerve #5: Trigeminal nerve! it is the largest/thickest of the cranial nerves. It is both a sensory and a motor nerve. It provides sensory information to face (touch, pain and temperature) and muscles of mastication. For motor, it provides the chewing motion and the temporals (elevation of mandible). Trigeminal Nerve, Nerve Anatomy, Medical Dictionary, Facial Anatomy, Dental Hygiene School, Dental Anatomy, Facial Nerve, Cranial Nerves, Muscle Anatomy

Trigeminal Nerve

cranial nerve #5: Trigeminal nerve! it is the largest/thickest of the cranial nerves. It is both a sensory and a motor nerve. It provides sensory information to face (touch, pain and temperature) and muscles of mastication. For motor, it provides the chewing motion and the temporals (elevation of mandible).

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