What is the superior labial artery ?
The superior labial artery is the superior branch of the facial artery. This is larger and more egregious than the inferior labial artery.
It follows a similar course along the edge of the upper lip, lying between the mucous membrane and the oribicularis oris. It supplies blood to the upper lip. The superior labial artery and is more egregious than the inferior labial artery.
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