I'm just a curious layman, so be gentle. I read around that things like the cranial1 and pelvic2 morphology change with age, but I also read seemingly contradictory information that bones are 'completely ossified' around age 25 (can't post a third link for reference) and that's often cited as meaning "done changing."
Wikipedia (my trusty friend) also describes 'bone remodeling' as a lifelong process, yet also describes ossification (not a lifelong process) as a key component.
So I'm confused. What actually changes in terms of bone morphology throughout an adult's life? Does bone tissue continue to form in adults? Do bones "bend" and flatten ever so slightly into new forms? Additional reading would be appreciated as well.