Anatomy and Territory

The infraorbital nerve exits the infraorbital foramen in the midpupillary line about 1 cm inferior to the infraorbital ridge. It supplies the lower eyelid, nasolabial fold, upper lip, and part of the medial cheek and nose.

Infraorbital Nerve
Fig. 4.4 Blocking of the supratrochlear nerve

Fig. 4.5 Blocking of the infraorbital nerve (1) (de Maio 2004)

Fig. 4.5 Blocking of the infraorbital nerve (1) (de Maio 2004)

Infraorbital Nerve Territory

4.6.3.2 Technique

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