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In this contribution a novel method to compute dense point-to-point correspondences between 3D faces is presented. The correspondences can be employed for various face processing applications, for example for building up a 3D Morphable Model (3DMM). Paths connecting landmarks are traced on the 3D facial surface and the resulting patches are mapped into a uv-space. Triangle quadrisection is used to build up remeshes with high point density for each 3D facial surface. Each vertex of a remesh has one corresponding vertex in another remesh and all remeshes have the same connectivity. The quality of the point-to-point correspondences is demonstrated on the bases of two applications, namely morphing and constructing a 3DMM.