Orbicularis oculi Levators of the upper lip Zygomaticus
Depressor anguli oris
Orbicularis oris Digastric
Covers top of skull
Between the eyebrows
Side of nose
Surrounds the eye
Above the upper lip
Above the corner of the mouth to zygmatic bone
Deep, horizontal in the cheek
Between mandible and zygomatic arch
Below corner of the mouth
Around the mouth Beneath the chin
Covers the side and front of neck
Raises the eyebrows (surprise); wrinkles the forehead (frowning); moves the scalp
Draws eyebrows inwards and down Compresses the nostrils Closes the eye gently or tightly Raise the upper lip Raises the corner of the mouth
Draws the teeth towards the teeth when chewing
Raises the mandible to close the mouth
Draws corner of the mouth downwards
Closes and protrudes the lips
Protrudes the jaw; depresses the mandible
Depresses the angle of the mouth; wrinkles the skin of the neck.
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