The first that goes through your mind when you hear about a long face is a face that shows stress, tiredness, depression, and sadness. However, this is not the case. Long face syndrome is a clinical concern that affects the shape and form of the skull.
It would help to know that a long or narrow face does not mean you have the disease. People with the syndrome may experience changes in their everyday activities, such as breathing, walking, talking, and eating.
You can contact your doctor to recommend appropriate treatment methods such as dental fixing, surgery, and braces.