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By June K. Robinson MD, C. William Hanke MD MPH FACP, Daniel Mark Siegel MD MS(Management and Policy), Alina Fratila MD

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In many instances, the branches of this nerve are superficial and vulnerable to trauma during surgery. When surgery is planned in these areas, patients need to be advised preoperatively of the risk of trauma to the facial nerve and the functional deficits that may result because of it. The facial nerve has five major branches: temporal, zygomatic, buccal, marginal mandibular, and cervical. In general, the branches of the facial nerve enter the muscles that they innervate at their posterior and deep surfaces.

Drawing one line from the earlobe to the lateral tip of the highest forehead crease and a second line from the earlobe to the lateral tip of the brow and then connecting these two end points can identify the course of this nerve. After leaving the upper pole of the parotid gland, the nerve, which may be singular or exist as multiple branches, courses upwards to innervate the frontalis muscle, upper portion of the orbicularis oculi muscle, and corrugator supercilii. The nerve is most vulnerable as it crosses the zygomatic arch and temple where it is protected only by skin, subcutaneous fat, and a thin layer of SMAS (Fig.

18 labii superioris alaeque nasi, zygomaticus major and minor, and levator anguli oris. These muscles originate from the upper maxilla in the infraorbital areas, insert into the upper lip and melolabial fold, and as they contract pull the mouth up and out. The levator anguli oris, which originates in the canine fossa of the maxilla, inserts into the angles of the mouth bilaterally, and is the deepest of the elevator muscles. The mentalis muscle is innervated by the marginal mandibular nerve. It interdigitates with the lip depressors above and platysma below, and contraction causes protrusion of the lip as well as ‘apple dumpling’ chin (fine pits in the skin where muscle fibers tug on overlying skin).

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