CHOMP PACIFIER-cute and funny!!! Nuk styled dummy that are sure to get laughs. This funny binkies will make a great addition for baby pictures and anywhere else that you need to make an impression. Over 5 million pacifiers have sold to date. All Pacifiers have silicone nipples and the guards are made of ABS Material. Suitable for babies 3 months ... المزيد عند سوق.كوماشتريه من سوق.كوم
Pacifiers & Teethers
CHOMP PACIFIER-cute and funny!!!
Nuk styled dummy that are sure to get laughs. This funny binkies will make a great addition for baby pictures and anywhere else that you need to make an impression. Over 5 million pacifiers have sold to date. All Pacifiers have silicone nipples and the guards are made of ABS Material. Suitable for babies 3 months and up.
Serious Stuff: All pacifiers are compliant with BS EN 1400-1:2002, BS EN 1400-3:2002 and passed the requirements of Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (USA) on Lead and Phthalates.Benefits:"The sucking action will calm babies and can even help some of their jaw muscles develop properly," Julie Barna, a doctor of dental medicine and spokeswoman for the Academy of General Dentistry, said. Pacifiers also may reduce the threat of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that babies up to 1 year old use pacifiers at bedtime and naptime because studies suggest that pacifiers cut that risk.If you're worried that pacifiers can interfere with breast-feeding or damage teeth, consider this: AAP guidelines say there's little evidence that pacifiers harm babies' teeth before they are 1 year old or cause infants to lose interest in breast-feeding. But the AAP recommends waiting until your breast-fed baby is 1 month old before introducing a pacifier, to ensure that breast-feeding is firmly established.You can give your baby a pacifier at bedtime or naptime during his first year or so, when the risk of SIDS is greatest. Using pacifiers at other times of the day probably won't harm your child, provided he stops by the time he's 2, when the practice may cause protruding front teeth, an improper bite, and prevent the jaw from forming properly.Pacifier vs. thumb-suckingA pacifier is healthier for your baby than thumb-sucking. Why? As a baby sucks on her thumb, she pushes the top jaw forward and bottom jaw backward, which can cause jaw misalignment and malformation over time. And a baby's thumb can be dirty, which introduces bacteria into the mouth that could cause illness. It can also be a tough habit to break because a baby's thumb is always handy. You might want to discourage the habit by giving your child a pacifier whenever you catch her with her thumb in her mouth. Babies tend to thumb-suck when they're tired, which is another reason to have a pacifier ready at bedtime and naptime.
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