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Nails growing wrong

Back in about December, I took Sam to the nearest vet that took care of birds (can't seem to find any avian vets in the state) and had her nails trimmed because they were getting caught in threads of blankets and clothing, and even so much that she got both feet tangled in a blanket.

I've noticed that her nails look weird and I just noticed it looks like one is curving in towards her other foot. Or at least it looks that way.

Could he have cut it wrong, or something be causing it to grow this way? Now that I think about it, I think when he cut that one, it was still a little long. Is there something I can do about it?

I'll post a picture as soon as I can.
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