Here is an anatomical word from Speaking in Bones. Since I wasn’t sure exactly what this was, I looked it up and decided to share.
Zygoma – the bony arch of the cheek formed by connection of the zygomatic and temporal bones
Usage: “I suffered a concussion and a hairline fracture of my right zygoma.”
I’m including a diagram to help with placement. I hope you don’t think it’s too gross. Photo credit Britannica.com.