Excerpt from The Dental Review, 1861, Vol. 3
The use of the upper-jaw is to form part of the Parietes of the Mouth, Nose, and Orbits; to give a basis, or supply the Alveolar Process, for the superior row of Teeth, and to counter act the lower-j aw but it has no motion itself ... upon the bones of the Head and Face.
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