Not sure if the OP's question is for real or a troll. But in case it is for real, you don't need to do anything. Many vaginal birth babies have molded heads that appear elongated towards the vertex. The newborn skull is composed of plates of bone and they shift during delivery. The appearance is often accentuated by some bogginess on the scalp in the same area, called caput. The infant's brain growth will round out the head soon enough. No intervention is needed.
Many infants also develop some flattening on the back of the skull. This has been especially common since the 'sleep on the back' recommendation was make in the early 90's. The solution to this one is to let the baby never develop this in the first place by positioning baby on the stomach while awake for a significant portion of each day, and also by alternating baby's position in the crib while on the back, i.e. switch the direction of baby's head with where the feet are every couple of days.
Some infants have premature fusion of the sutures or fibrous connections between the skull bones, a condition known as craniosynostosis. This condition usually leads to a long, narrow banana shaped head, however, not a pointy one.
Your baby will be fine.