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Not all Small Objects Make Good Teething Toys

Posted on 3/7/2022 by Tiny Teeth Pediatric Dentistry
Not all Small Objects Make Good Teething ToysThe teething process can be painful in some kids. If your baby is experiencing a painful teething process, you can use teething toys to distract them. The right teething toy will help distract a fussy baby and help relieve their pain. When choosing a teething toy, it is important to go for a safe and effective one. In most cases, babies start teething after six months, while some begin earlier. Once the teething process starts, the teeth will emerge regularly for the first two years. During this time, a teething toy will come in handy. However, it is important to note that not all objects are good teething toys. Some can end up causing damage to your baby's teeth.

What Makes Some Objects Dangerous

When choosing a teething toy, safety should be a top priority. There some objects that are dangerous for your baby and could damage their teeth. For example, you need to avoid bracelets, necklaces, and jewelry. This is because these items can easily break apart, increasing the risk of choking. Babies can also wrap these items around their necks and risk strangulation.

Furthermore, such items cannot relieve teething pain, making them ineffective. You should also avoid teething items that use batteries. This is because the batteries, screws, or battery caps can easily pop off and create a choking risk.

What Makes a Good Teething Toy

It is important to go for a comfortable teething toy that helps relieve the teething pain. Choose a toy that features nipple-shaped attachments for sucking. This helps the baby gain better control while handling the pain of teething. A good teething toy should also be soft and flexible. Experts recommend teething toys made from hypoallergenic silicone that are safe and effective. Visit our offices for more information on teething toys.

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