Inferior alveolar artery
|Inferior alveolar artery|
Plan of branches of internal maxillary artery. (Inferior alveolar labeled at bottom center.)
Plan of branches of internal maxillary artery.
|Latin||arteria alveolaris inferior|
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The inferior alveolar artery (inferior dental artery) is an artery of the face.
The incisor branch is continued forward beneath the incisor teeth as far as the middle line, where it anastomoses with the artery of the opposite side
The inferior alveolar artery and its incisor branch during their course through the substance of the bone give off a few branches which are lost in the cancellous tissue, and a series of branches which correspond in number to the roots of the teeth: these enter the minute apertures at the extremities of the roots, and supply the pulp of the teeth.
- Last's anatomy (12th Edition) 2011