A thin cord of tissue that attaches the upper or lower lips to the gum of the adjacent teeth or the tongue to the floor of the mouth. General Anaesthesia A drug induced controlled state of unconsciousness resulting in complete loss of pain sensation throughout the whole body. Also results in an inability to independently respond to physical stimulation or verbal command.
The pink colored soft tissue that attach your lips, cheeks and tongue to your mouth. The lingual frenum can be easily seen in a mirror when you lift your tongue. The upper and lower labial frenums are also easy to see when you pull your lip out to exposure.
Posteriorly differentiated region of the scutellum anterior to any marginal rim that is delineated by a transverse carina, groove, row of foveae, or other change of sculpture; sometimes called the frenal area. [drawing][photo