That's what an 83 year old woman in Belgium did. Her seriously infected jaw needed to be removed, but reconstructive surgery would have been too dangerous for such an elderly patient. That's when the doctors fired up the 3D printer.
The rise of agriculture allowed for the development of complex societies and technologies that likely wouldn't have been possible otherwise. It also wreaked havoc on human health. And we can add a new downside to the list: our misshapen mouths.
Tiny pupfish found in the shallow, salty lakes of Mexico and the Caribbean are experiencing some of the fastest evolution ever seen, changing their features 130 times faster than their fishy relatives. And we don't have the foggiest idea why.
You. Can't. Make. This. Shit. Up. A young Brit by the name of Holly was so bored in class that she yawned her jaw out of alignment, subsequently unable to close her mouth. A perfect blend of hilarity and suffering.
The Invisio Q7 Bluetooth headset is an upgrade to the old Jawbone headset, also made by Nextlink. These work the same way, by using vibrations from your jaw to pick up what you're saying—great for noisy environments like that new club Manhandled down on 58th.