Buccinator outlined in red.
|from the |
|in the fibers of the |
|The buccinator compresses the cheeks against the teeth and is used in acts such as blowing. It is an assistant muscle of |
The buccinator (
It arises from the outer surfaces of the
The fibers converge toward the angle of the mouth, where the central fibers intersect each other, those from below being continuous with the upper segment of the
Motor innervation is from the buccal branch of the