Facial Anatomy Quizzes -

For students of all ages (basic, intermediate, advanced levels). / Pre-test study graphic.

The three online quizzes featured on this page cover the topic of facial anatomy, with a primary emphasis on the soft-tissue landmarks found in the region of the mouth.

Our first two tests (Parts I and II) are targeted toward students with intermediate or advanced level skills. The remaining exam has been created with younger children in mind.

1) Our 'Facial Anatomy' quizzes. - Landmarks and features of the face.

Ready to take the quizzes?  Use these links! -
  »  The Facial Anatomy quiz, Part I.  » The Facial Anatomy quiz, Part II.

Exam terms and definitions.

The Facial Anatomy quiz Parts I & II: Our intermediate to advanced-level face-anatomy exam.

Graphic for 'Facial Anatomy' quiz, Part I.

Graphic for the Facial Anatomy quiz Parts I & II.

A) Midline of the Face -
an imaginary line that divides the face into two equal, bilaterally symmetrical halves.


B) Lips -
the two upper and lower fleshy portions of the face that surround the mouth.


C) Vermilion Border of the Lips -
the junction between the lips and the skin of the face.


D) Labial Commissure -
a line lying off to the side of the mouth, extending from that point where the upper and lower lips join.


Graphic for 'Facial Anatomy' quiz, Part II.

Graphic for the Facial Anatomy quiz Parts I & II.

E) Mandibular Teeth -
the teeth held by the lower jawbone (the mandible).


F) Mental Protuberance -
the chin, the forward-most portion of the lower jaw.


G) Ala -
the side, somewhat flaring, portion of the nose.


H) Philtrum -
the junction between the left and right sides of the upper lip.


Graphic for 'Facial Anatomy' quiz, Part III.

Graphic for the Facial Anatomy quiz Parts I & II.

I) Tubercle of the Lip -
the slight projection of tissue that lies at the center of the upper lip.


J) Maxillary Teeth -
the teeth held by the upper jawbone (the maxilla).


K) Labiomental Groove -
an indention in the chin right below the lower lip.


L) Nasolabial Fold -
the fold in the skin that runs from the side of the nose to the corner of the mouth.


2) The 'Parts of the Face' quiz. - Face landmarks and features found around the mouth.

Ready to take the quiz?  Use this link!  »  The Parts of the Face quiz.

Exam terms and definitions.

Graphic for 'Parts of the Face' quiz.

The 'Parts of the Face' quiz: Our basic-level face-anatomy exam targets landmarks found in the area of the mouth.

A) Nose -
that part of the face that we breathe through (when our mouth is closed).

B) Lips -
the two upper and lower fleshy portions of the face that surround the mouth.

C) Teeth -
the hard objects in the mouth that we use to bite, tear and chew food.

D) Corner of Mouth -
that point where the upper and lower lips come together.

E) Neck -
the part of a person's body that connects their head to the rest of their body.

F) Chin -
the front-most portion of the lower jaw.

G) Cheek -
the fleshy portions of the face found on each side of the mouth and nose.
 
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