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Frenulum of lower lip

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Frenulum of lower lip

Frenulum of lower lip
Mouth illustration (frenulum of lower lip visible at center bottom.)
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Latin frenulum labii inferioris oris
Anatomical terminology

The frenulum labii inferioris (Latin, meaning "little bridle of the lower lip") is the frenulum of the lower lip.

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