Term Category: Anatomy
The Levator Labii Superioris elevates the upper lip and is used for speech and facial expressions.
Origin: medial infra-orbital margin.
Insertion: the muscle and skin of the upper lip.
Innervation: buccal branch of the facial nerve.
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