My 17-week old Orpingtons got rowdy in their range the other day and somehow this one's beak got injured. She was bleeding so I separated her and worked to clean her up, but now could use some input. The picture here isn't super clear, but the edge of her beak there near her face is pulled back. It looks sorta like a jagged fingernail, hanging against her face, with a visible top beak beneath (as in, the whole mandible isn't coming off, just this hard top). The bleeding has stopped and she's able to eat and drink and has been pecking, so I've been following the rule of thumb I use on when to take my kids to the doctor - if you're behaving normally, you're fine. But unlike with my kids, I don't really know what's normal here. My question is, do I (or a vet) need to do anything to repair this or should it heal on its own? Advice is very much appreciated.