I know a rats bottom teeth are supposed to be splayed, and then sit side my side when the mouth is closed, but I noticed about half an hour ago that my rat Percy's bottom teeth are noticably splayed without too much prodding. Ontop of that, his left bottom tooth is much longer than the one beside. What is the procedure for this? This is the first time I've noticed something strange with teeth in my rats. I picked up all seven and looked at EVERYONES teeth, and his are very, very noticeably different. He is still eating, not any slower or faster than anyone else in the cage. Unfortunately I have no way to get a picture as holding him down to look at his teeth is a two hand job and no one I live with knows how to work a camera(nor is even willing to look at one of the rats). Does this tooth have to be removed? Is there something I'm supposed to do at home, or do I need to get him to a vet? Is it an urgent "He needs to go into the vet right this second" matter, or can it wait until this insane weather(we are getting leftovers of hurricane sandy) passes? Thank you.