Baby Eats Silicone Teether (2 PACK)

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Colour: Pink (2 PACK)
  1. Vibrant colours and adorable shapes can enhance a baby's perception skills.

  2. The product is soft and thin, which significantly alleviates teething discomfort in babies. The product's shape is designed in accordance with the angle of a baby's deciduous teeth and the natural movement of the lower jaw to prevent misalignment and buckteeth. The teether's entry size is less than 30mm, ensuring it meets the safety standards for a baby's oral cavity. It aids in massaging the gums and maintaining oral hygiene.

  3. The product is easy to clean and resistant to bacterial growth. It can be cleaned and disinfected repeatedly through boiling, steaming, or microwave methods (please exercise caution to avoid contact with the walls of high-temperature containers, as temperatures exceeding 180 degrees may cause material damage).

  4. It helps alleviate finger deformities and blisters that can result from babies habitually putting their fingers in their mouths, effectively aiding babies in practicing finger-grasping movements.

Baby Tooth Development Stages:

Stage 1: During the embryonic stage, before teeth have formally grown, babies often experience discomfort in their gums. Placing the teether in the refrigerator can provide a refreshing sensation that relieves gum swelling and pain prior to teething.

Stage 2: At around 6 months of age, most babies start growing their first pair of lower central incisors. Using a chilled teether at this stage can massage the newly grown teeth and alleviate discomfort. Additionally, the uneven texture of the teether can stimulate the baby's brain development.

Stage 3: For babies with four upper and four lower incisors, it is recommended to choose a teether that matches the baby's mouth shape, is lightweight, and easy to grasp. This helps the baby slowly become accustomed to chewing.

Stage 4: At 1-2 years old, babies develop their molars. Choose a teether that reaches the molars, considering the size of the baby's head to prevent any risk of harming the baby's throat.