[ sˌʌbmɐksˈɪlə], [ sˌʌbmɐksˈɪlə], [ s_ˌʌ_b_m_ɐ_k_s_ˈɪ_l_ə]
How to use "Submaxilla" in context?
The buccal sulcus, also known as the submaxilla, is a sulcus that separates the two maxillary premolars. It is located on the anterior border of the mandible, just inferior to the incisor alveoli. The sulcus is triangular in shape and positioned anteriorly of the incisor alveoli.
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