labiomental

labiomental

 [la″be-o-men´t'l]
pertaining to the lips and chin.

la·bi·o·men·tal

(lā'bē-ō-men'tăl),
Relating to the lower lip and chin.
[labio- + L. mentum, chin]

labiomental

/la·bio·men·tal/ (la″be-o-ment´'l) pertaining to the lip and chin.

la·bi·o·men·tal

(lā'bē-ō-men'tăl)
Relating to the lower lip and the chin.
[labio- + L. mentum, chin]

labiomental

Pertaining to the lower lip and the chin.

la·bi·o·men·tal

(lā'bē-ō-men'tăl)
Relating to lower lip and chin.
[labio- + L. mentum, chin]

labiomental

pertaining to the lips and chin.
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Labiomental (Labm): The distance between point B and the deepest point of the Labm crease.
001 Pog: Pogonion, Gn: Gnathion, Me: Menton, G: Glabella, N: Nasion, Rhi: Rhinion, Sn: Subnasale, Sto: Stomion, Li: Labrale inferior, Labm: Labiomental, STA: Soft tissue facial angle, NP: Nose prominence, STSH: Soft tissue subnasale to H line, ISH: Inferior sulcus to the H line, LLH: Lower lip to H line, ULT: Upper-lip thickness, BULT: Basic upper-lip thickness, SPC: Skeletal profile convexity, USD: Upper lip sulcus depth Table 5.
HF, horizontal forehead lines; GF, glabellar frown lines; PO, periorbital lines; PA, preauricular lines; CL, cheek lines; NL, nasolabial folds; UL, upper radial lip lines; LL, lower radial lip lines; CM, corner of the mouth lines; ML, marionette lines; LM, labiomental crease; NF, horizontal neck folds.
The measurements were: a) the distance between point A and subnasale b) the distance between prosthion and labrale superious c) the short- est distance between the upper incisor and the attachment points of the upper and lower lip d) the distance between infradentale and the vermilion border of the lower lip e) the distance between point B and the deepest point of the labiomental crease f) gnathion and soft tissue menton.
The only two variables showing statistically significant difference were i) Distance between point B and deepest point of labiomental crease ii) Shortest distance between upper incisor and attachment of both lips.
The distance between bony and soft tissue was measured for each of the following anthropological landmarks: a) the dis- tance between point A and subnasale b) the distance between prosthion (lowest point of the alveolar bone between the left and right upper, central incisors) and labrale superious (vermilion border of the upper lip c) the shortest distance between the upper incisor and the attachment points of the upper and lower lip d) the distance between infradentale (the most anterior point of the alveolar bone between the left and right lower, central incisors) and the vermilion border of the lower lip e) the distance between point B and the deepest point of the labiomental crease f) gnathion and soft tissue menton.
Clinical signs and symptoms included swelling, pain, loosening of teeth, and labiomental anesthesia, but rarely pathologic fracture.
Mentoplasty performed on patients with unrecognized micrognathia can result in an unnatural postsurgical appearance marked by prominence of the labiomental sulcus.
1] -- undefined in referenced text * 20 sub-m2 undefined in referenced text * 22 - mi uterer erster below the first molar molar us13 sublabial within the labiomental crease in vertical alignment with supralabial 14 lower cheek cheek region, lateral: lined up with mouth, vertical: same as supra m2 7.
Outer labiomental row ending anteriorly opposite 1-1 infralabials, inner row opposite 3-3 infralabials.
The outer labiomental row extends anteriorly to the mental (M) or to the level of the 1st or 2nd infralabial as follows: 1-1, 77; 1-?