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Where is the point for the upper jaw?
Lobe, in the most inferior and lateral subdivision (.9) of zone 6
Where is the point for frontal sinus?
On the lobe, zone 4, in the upper most medial subdivision (.3)
Where is the external nose point?
On the lobe
In zone 2
In the most medial and inferior subdivision (.1)
Where is the master cerebral point?
In zone 1, in the most superior and medial subdivision (.3)
Where is the master sensory point?
On the lobe
In zone 4
In the middle subdivision (.5)
Where is the eye point?
Lobe
Zone 4
At the top/center of the middle, most inferior subdivision (.4)
Where are dental analgesia 1 & 2?
Dental #1:
Lobe, Zone 2, center subdivision (.5)

Dental #2:
Lobe, Zone 1, most superior/medial subdivision (.3)
Where is the point for TMJ?
Lobe
Zone 8
In the middle/lateral subdivision (.8)
Where is the point for the lips?
Lobe
Zone 3
In the middle/Inferior subdivision (.4)
Where is the Face/Cheek point?
Lobe
Zone 3
Superior/Lateral subdivision (.9)
Where is the point for teeth?
Lobe
Zone 8
Bottom of the middle/inferior subdivision (.4)
Where are the upper and lower jaw points?
Lower jaw:
Lobe, Zone 7, central subdivision (.5)

Upper jaw:
Lobe, Zone 6, inferior/lateral subdivision (.7)
Where is the vertex point?
Lobe
Zone 6
Bottom center of the middle/superior subdivision (.6)
Where is the point for the internal ear?
Lobe
Zone 5
In the superior/medial region of the central subdivision (.5)