Vestibule of mouth

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Vestibule of mouth
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Lips and teeth
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Latin vestibulum oris
Anatomical terminology

The vestibule of mouth (or oral vestibule) is the anteriormost portion of the oral cavity. It is the space between the cheek/lips and the teeth.[1]

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The vestibule is the part of the oral cavity outside the dentoalveolar structures :it includes the mucosal and submucosal tissue of lips and cheeks.