- A "buccal mask" is a mask that covers only the cheeks (hence the adjective "buccal") and mouth.
- A death mask is a mask either cast from or applied to the face of a recently deceased person.
- A "facial" (short for facial mask) is a temporary mask, not solid, used in cosmetics or as therapy for skin treatment.
- A "life mask" is a plaster cast of a face, used as a model for making a painting or sculpture.
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