The pattern of specific organs, such as the eyes, or of parts of them, is used in biometric identification to uniquely identify individuals. The muscles of the face are important when engaging in facial expressions. The face changes over time, and features common in children or babies , such as prominent buccal fat-pads disappear over time, their role in the infant being to stabilize the cheeks during suckling. Specialized regions of the human brain , such as the fusiform face area FFA , enable facial recognition; when these are damaged , it may be impossible to recognize faces even of intimate family members. For other uses, see Face disambiguation. Wikimedia Commons has media related to face. General anatomy : systems and organs , regional anatomy , planes and lines , superficial axial anatomy , superficial anatomy of limbs. This article uses anatomical terminology.
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