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The hard palate is made up the palantine processes of the the maxillae (paired bones)--3/4 of the hard palate--and the horizontal plate of the palantine bone--the remaining 1/4. So I guess that makes 3 bones?

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What is the difference between the Hard palate and the soft palate?

Hard Palate: The hard palate is supported by the palatine bones and maxillary bones. The hard palate is anterior to the soft palate. Soft Palate: The soft palate is not supported by any bones. The soft palate is posterior to the hard palate. It is made of muscle and it is continuous with the uvula.


What is the hard palate formed by?

The hard palate is formed by maxillary and palatine bones.


What are the bones of the hard palate?

The palatine bone is the posterior bone of the hard palate.


What are the posterior bones of the hard palate?

The palatine bone is the posterior bone of the hard palate.


The hard palate is made up of what bones?

maxillary bones and palatine bones.


What is hard palate composed of?

maxillae and palatine bones


What bones comprise the hard palate?

maxilla and palatine bone


Which two bones form the hard palate?

maxilla and the palatine


What is the posterior part of hard palate?

Bone that forms the posterior part of the hard palate and the lateral nasal cavity are the palatine bones.


Which two paired bone markings collectively make up the hard palate?

The palatine processes of the maxilla bone and two palatine bones form the hard palate.


What structure is formed from the maxillary and palatine bones?

Most obvious structure formed by contributions by two bones in your hard palate. Behind that you have the soft palate. Major and anterior part of the hard palate is formed by palatine process of the maxilla bone. On posterior or back side, you have the palatine bone.


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