|Artery: Buccal artery|
|The arteries of the face and scalp.|
|Plan of branches of internal maxillary artery.|
|Latin||arteria buccalis, arteria buccinatoria|
|Gray's||subject #144 561|
|Supplies||cheek, Buccinator muscle|
|Source||maxillary artery (2nd part)|
The buccal artery (buccinator artery) is small and runs obliquely forward, between the Pterygoideus internus and the insertion of the Temporalis, to the outer surface of the Buccinator, to which it is distributed, anastomosing with branches of the external maxillary and with the infraorbital.
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