Vampire facial hair can be as long as your face, but a huge number of people with a condition called congenital facial bone disease don’t have the ability to grow facial hair.
The condition is caused by a mutation in the DNA of the body’s own genetic material that prevents it from developing normally.
The genetic mutation has caused some people to have a rare condition known as facial bone hypoplasia, which causes the facial bone to become stiff and rigid.
The disorder affects a tiny number of babies born each year, but can be fatal if left untreated.
A small number of genetic researchers are now trying to find a cure for this condition.
A genetic diagnosis is the first step in finding the right treatment.
The National Institutes of Health recently awarded a $1.5 million grant to Dr. Mark Nussbaum of Columbia University, which has been working on the genetic cure.
But there is no cure for facial bone malformations.
This means most people who develop facial bone deformities do not need any surgery.
But some people are still struggling with the problem.
Here’s what you need to know about the condition, how to find one, and what can be done to prevent it from happening in the first place.
What is congenital facial bone disease?
The disorder causes the body to develop abnormal facial bones.
People with this condition are born with a normal set of facial bones that resemble those of a person with a genetic condition called retinitis pigmentosa, or RPE.
The mutation that causes RPE is located in the body when the person is still developing.
As children grow, these abnormal bones form.
When a child is born, the abnormal bones don’t form correctly, causing a small area of the face to look abnormally long or wide.
This leads to an expression of the condition.
People who have congenital RPE often have an abnormal expression of facial bone that resembles a face, or “facial bone” as it’s sometimes called.
The facial bone may be thin or appear to be fused with other bones.
It may have a “whole” or “half” look to it.
People may have difficulty getting a good look at the facial bones because they are difficult to see or even see on their own.
But they are a great way to tell when they’re developing facial bones, and researchers have found that many people with congenital face bone disorder are born without a face.
A person with congenitally acquired facial bone disorder may have facial bones longer than other people’s, as long or shorter than people who don’t inherit the mutation.
The average length of a face bone is 5 centimeters (2 inches).
The average adult’s face bone can be up to 6 centimeters (3 inches).
This means the average adult can have a long and tall face bone.
A child’s face bones are usually shorter than a child’s, but they can vary greatly in length.
Most people can develop facial bones taller than 6 centimeters.
But not everyone with congenITD has a face that’s as long.
People can have facial bone lengths that are less than 2 centimeters (1 inch).
This condition is called “extra-long facial bones.”
Some people who have extra-long face bones may be born without them, but other people can have extra facial bones as long and as wide as they need.
It’s important to know that the condition doesn’t mean a person has to stop growing facial bones when they reach adulthood.
Some people can grow facial bones even as young as 18 months.
However, most people with extra-large facial bones don’t need any further surgeries.
How does the condition develop?
It’s believed that the normal development of facial tissues begins when the cells of the facial skeleton are born.
As the cells grow, they create new cells in the bone matrix.
This creates a thick layer of bone that helps hold the skin tight.
This thick layer then builds up and becomes stiff, while the bone gets stiffer and more bone.
When the bone stiffens enough, the skin breaks loose and falls onto the surrounding bone.
This can cause pain and swelling.
Sometimes the swelling is so severe that the person may need to have surgery.
Some researchers believe the condition is more common among children than adults.
The exact cause of congenital disease is not yet known.
Some scientists think that a lack of immune system in the child may play a role in the condition and that this can trigger the disorder.
Researchers are also studying whether there’s a genetic mutation that contributes to the condition or if there’s something in the environment that contributes.
How to find someone with congenits face bone condition?
Dr. Nussbacher said he believes most people have at least one child with the condition because many people are born to parents who have it.
“A lot of people are not aware that they have a genetic disease,” he said.
“There are a lot of things