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Mandibular Nerve

The third branch of the trigeminal nerve which provides general sensory innervation to the teeth and gingiva, the mucosa, of the cheek and floor of mouth, the epithelium of the anterior two-thirds of the tongue and the skin of the lower portion of the face.

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