labrale inferius

la·bra·le in·fe·ri·us

(lă-brā'lē in-fē'rē-ŭs),
A point where the boundary of the vermilion border of the lower lip and the skin is intersected by the median sagittal plane.

la·bra·le in·fe·ri·us

(lă-brā'lē in-fē'rē-ŭs)
Point where boundary of vermilion border of lower lip and the skin is intersected by median sagittal plane.
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(18), statistically significant gender differences were found for the thickness of the labrale superius, labrale inferius, Pog and menton measurements.
Caption: FIGURE 1: Points and plains used in cephalometric analysis: Gl; (soft-tissue glabella), Prn (pronasale), Cm (columella), Sn (subnasale), Ls (labrale superius), Li (labrale inferius), Pg; (soft-tissue pogonion), Pg (osseous pogonion), Gn (gnathion), Me (menton), Go (gonion), Ba (basion), Co (condylion), Po (porion), Pt (pterygoid point), S (sella), PNS (posterior nasal spine), ANS (anterior nasal spine), N (nasion), Or (orbitale), Ap + 1 (apicale superius), Ap - 1 (apicale inferius), In + 1 (incisale superius), In - 1 (incisale inferius), NSL (nasion-sella line), FA (facial axis), NL (nasal line), MP (mandibular plane), FH (Frankfort horizontal), E (Ricketts' Esthetic line), and S (Steiner's line).
On the other hand, at point labrale inferius, the soft tissue depth was the least in Class III and the greatest in Class II for both males and females.
To measure the lower lip position the shortest distance from the labrale inferius to each of the reference line was measured on the cephalometric tracing.