The Orbicularis Oris Muscle are responsible for closing your mouth, kissing and pouting as well as blowing a horn. The Orbicularis Oris is the muscle responsible for closing your mouth, kissing and pouting. As the name suggests the fibbers of the orbicular oris muscle encircle the mouth is a sphincter muscle. The buccinator is the muscle of the cheek and assists in chewing motion by holding the cheek close to the teeth.
The depressor labii inferioris muscle is a four-sided facial muscle located in the jaw area that draws the lower lip down and to the side. Originating within the lower jaw — at an area called the oblique line of the mandible — this muscle inserts into the skin of the lower lip and blends with the orbicularis oris muscle. It extends the fibers of the platysma muscle while its own fibers are combined with yellow fat.
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Uzay Tansug said: Ha! Ha! Ha! This is really funny. You should do more funny videos like this one.. The depressor labii inferioris or quadratus labii inferioris is a facial muscle that helps lower the bottom lip. Depressor labii inferioris facial expression.