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Is he doing anything else when you hear the grinding? Do you see him pressing his stomach into the floor or twisting and turning like he is trying to get comfortable? If so, he likely has gas or some kind of GI issues.

Did the vet anesthetize him and get a good look at his back teeth, or did he just examine the teeth that he could see? It’s very hard to get a good look at the back molars, where there may be high points, unless the rabbit is anesthetized.

When you hear this grinding again, you should observe your rabbit and see if there are any other clues as to what could be wrong. Is he eating and pooping well?