Why you need a Silicone Teether for your baby?

Teether for your baby

Teething is a normal aspect of your baby’s development, and it occurs when the first teeth erupt from the gums. Teething creates a lot of discomfort for your child and irritated gums. A baby teether comes in handy when your kid’s teething becomes unbearable. Teethers are a popular approach for parents to assist their children with teething. Parents now find silicone teethers quite useful for their babies.

What is a Teether?

Teethers come in a variety of forms, sizes, colours, and materials, ensuring that you will always be able to find something suitable for your child.

Some parents find that their baby is an early bloomer, and begins teething as soon as 3 months old. On the other hand; some babies don’t start showing signs of teeth emerging until they are 6-24 months old! This can be because each child has his/her own set pattern which dictates when he or will begin dropping milk feeds for solid foods (usually following a familiar cycle), so it’s hard to know exactly what age you’ll need if your little one isn’t like most kids – every kid differs slightly depending on where s/he falls within these ranges. Regardless of when your baby begins teething, the symptoms are the same: significant discomfort and a need to gnaw on anything available. Teether for 3 months old is also offered by My Luxeve in Australia.

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What is the best way to use a teether for a baby?

There are a few things you should do before putting a teether in your baby’s mouth:

Make sure your baby’s mouth is clear.

Contrary to popular belief, this stage is critical for your baby’s health and safety. Small possibilities for children to sneak various-sized things into their mouths are common. So pry your baby’s lips wide and examine for concealed items or anomalies with his gums and emerging teeth first. Do it as often as you can.

Consider using an oral ointment or a pain reliever.

You can’t expect the teether to magically relieve your baby’s suffering and discomfort. While a teether might be comforting, pain-relieving medication for babies that have been given or advised can help a lot. Some natural oral ointments are safe for babies and can provide soothing relief. Before giving your kid any drugs or ointments, make sure they’ve been recommended and approved by a pediatrician.

Types of teethers to be used:

Wood, silicone, or rubber can be used as tethers. Each category has its own set of characteristics that make it suited for youngsters. The teether’s safety, which comprises the material it’s constructed of, the design, and hygiene, is the most significant element. The teether should not provide a choking hazard to your youngster and should be simple to clean. It’s best to put the teether in the fridge (not the freezer) before giving it to your child because chewing is more efficient when the object is cold and capable of numbing the gums.

On the other hand, Wooden teethers should not be refrigerated because this will cause them to expand and lose their effectiveness. Regularly rub a clean finger on your infant’s gums to support the teether. This should be done softly but with the proper pressure.

The My Luxeve selection of food-grade silicone teethers is carefully selected to assure their safety and effectiveness. Some babies have an instinctive desire for chewing, which can lead them into putting things in their mouths at a young age – this is natural! The more often children engage in these activities while they’re still developing teeth (between 0 – 6 months), the less likely it will be that any nursery care provider encounters problems with dental decay later down the road when motherhood has its toll on oral hygiene routines due mostly from lackadaisical habits rather than negligence on behalf our health.

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