Alix Guillaume, a 15-year-old Haitian boy, knows all too well what happens when the orchestration of facial movements stops.
More than two years ago, Alix fell out of a tree while playing. This accident caused bilateral intracapsular condylar fractures. His injuries would go untreated as the 2010 Haiti earthquake hit soon afterward and medical care was directed to the severely injured. As time passed and his wounds healed, his jaws sealed shut.