I just fed my Hadrurus arizonensis today, and he ate a large cricket and was attemption to eat a second one, and as I observed him more closely he appeared to be having trouble. He was rubbing his Chelicerae together and upon further inspection I noticed that one of them appears to be damaged. He is missing part of one of them and is unable to use it for chewing his food! Do you think he will be okay, or do I need to do anything to help? Is there anything I can do? He seems to be more concerned with this problem than chewing the cricket he is currently holding. What should I do?