I'm glad that you posted that. My Amazon has an occluded beak, but it was found to be hereditary. I take her to Dr Chabral of VCA St Mary's. She's very good with birds. Perdue lays on a towel while she's getting her clawdicure. Too cute.Please be sure a Avian Vet who knows what they are doing does it. If done wrong it can mean he can not eat. Also is there a reason his beak is growing too much?
I ask as a overgrown beak can be a sign of disease. Usually Liver related.
What kind of bird do you have?
Yes i know this is older post but wanted to share the info on liver issues as many do not know