Sometimes it may be the case that the incisors are broken due to different circumstances, since they have been broken with the bars of the cage or that unfortunately they have fallen when they are taken and broken as a result of the blow. Fortunately, the guinea pig’s teeth are constantly growing, which means that in two or three weeks they will return to normal length. However, while this happens we may have to help them eat, either by cutting the vegetables into very small pieces or even putting them in their mouths if they cannot catch them alone. It can also cost them to drink, so in that case you should give water directly in the mouth with a syringe. If we see that it does not maintain the weight (weigh it daily on a digital kitchen scale) then we would have to feed it manually until it can eat alone.