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She eats tons of hay, thankfully. And chews on apple sticks regularly, as well.
The vet said the issue is that her mouth is so tiny that her teeth are crowded, so they're not wearing evenly. She may have to have her teeth filed once a year or more for the rest of her life.
I'll bring up the teeth pulling thing with the vet. I think that was a last resort kind of thing.
I'm just so glad she's eating and pooping. If she has another episode (the vet said she thinks she just pinched her tongue, the burs weren't that bad yet, so she thinks it was just an acute injury and not to the point where they're bothering all the time yet) then I'm sure the vet will squeeze her in for surgery sooner (and I'm on the cancellation list so if another appointment opens up before then we'll get her in sooner).