Hi i have a cyst above my front tooth and it is leaking through my gum into my mouth. how can i stop this?
An oral surgeon has to remove the cyst and you may need to be treated for an infection in your gums.
Yes, you want to breathe out through your nose, and in with your mouth
One either side of its head above and behind the mouth and in front of the gills.
The eyes of a salmon are at the front of the fish, above and behind the mouth on either side of its head.
I replaced them through the lower mouth on the front of the car.
The pressure inside your mouth is less than the atmosperehic pressure above the glass. The water is pushed through the straw by this difference in pressure.
you get behind by swinging on the chains above it,then you pull the lever because itopens his mouth ,quickly get in front of itand if you have the ice arrow throw it at his mouth
A horse has two nostrils which it breaths through, located at the bottom of their face, above their mouth.
Ants have mandibles which are much like pincers. Mandibles are a pair of appendages found at the front of the ants head, above the mouth.
The tongue is attached to the front of the mouth on a frog.
Across the toothless patch of gum level with the edge of the mouth, (behind the front set of teeth), above the tongue.
markings are tan around the mouth, on the front of the chest above the legs, around the bum and tail, and on the paws and then halfway up the leg! :)
The mouth is covered with a lip that helps the earthworm dig through the soil. This lip is called the prostomium. It is located at the front.
The Killer Whale does have eyes. They are just very hard to see. They are right at the end of the mouth above it and in front of the white "eye spot."
breathe through your mouth
Seals are mammals. They Breathe air with lungs, through mouth and nostrils. They poke their head above the water to Breathe.
The germs in the air go through the hair in your nose and get caught in it, when they go through your mouth the bacteria is heading into your lungs and drys out your mouth if you sleep breathing through your mouth.
The nose is above the mouth.
To the front.
a bony fish's mouth is at the front of the body.
through their mouth or nose they breath through their lungs and mouth
In through the mouth, out through the gills.
It uses its front paws to rub and push the outside of the pouch, to force the food out through its mouth.
Front of the frogs mouth.
A crab's mouth is underneath its shell (carapace) in the front.
NO there is no animal that have their mouth above their eyes
Yes, they do breathe through their mouth and nose just as you and I do.
The air pass through mouth but it can also pass through your nose.. ;)
You can catch a fish through its mouth
When repairing a leaking pipe, you need a plastic tube that is not leaking and with a mouth a little larger than the pipe you are replacing. No specific kind of tubing would be preferable over another type.
well he has to have his mouth in front and then you need to have your mouth on the side of his face
They have molars way in the back of the mouth, but just have gums in the front of the mouth.
The incisors are located at the front of the mouth they are the two big teeth
At the same time? You are when you breathe through your mouth without pinching your nose.
it is above the textured part
Right above The Vagina
An opening through which air or water can flow is a mouth. This can refer to the mouth of a river or a person or animal's mouth.
There is no connection to the uterus through your mouth so no.
yes i does because you breath through your nose and mouth
They breathe through their trunk and mouth. The same way that we breath through our nose and mouth.
No. It breathes through its blowhole. The whale eats through its mouth, however.
on front of it
In the front
No The Grey whale breaths through the blowhole not the mouth kind of like the dolphin breaths and talks through the mouth
When food passes through you're mouth you chew it (whatever you have in you're mouth ) and swollow it and it goes through you're stomach and THERE starts you're digestive system.
The mouth is located at the front of the fish. Right near the eyes.
We can not answer you because we do not know what you mean by "front". Rivers do not have a front or back, they have a source and a mouth.
You breath through your nose and breath out from your mouth, you can smell from your nose and eat with your mouth!
No. Vomit can be regurgitated up through the mouth, but defecation can only be accomplished through the intestinal tract.
no insects do not breathe their mouth they breathe through pores on their abdomen called spiracles