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  1. Hey everybody =) Not sure if maybe I should have put this in d+d but it isn't an emergency so I figured here was better. If not, move me =) So, the question I've got is about Little Bill's mouth. His jaw was broken by flukes (guess, not sure but I think that's what happened) when he was a small fry. He has been able to eat and function pretty normally until recently. He is still eating it's just... clearly difficult. Over half of his mouth is pretty much sealed up/or cannot function. Is there a way to do a surgery on him to correct this? I don't think this is life threatening as he can still take in food but it would certainly improve his quality of life to be able to eat normally. Thanks for your input! I'll post some obligatory pictures shortly.
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