Baby Silicone Teethers: benefits

When your baby is teething, their new teeth are working on breaking through their gums. For many babies, teething is a painful, uncomfortable, and it can be frustrating to see your child hurting. During this stage, your baby may be eating less, losing sleep, getting diarrhea, and crying non-stop.  Their gums may be shiny, red and swollen. Your baby may experience a fever on low temperature, known as teething fever, possibly due to gum inflammation. You may be able to even feel the tooth by gently touching their gums with one of your fingers.

When teething, babies will look for any object (such as rattles and baby teethers) to put in their mouth. This can be dangerous if baby decides to put an object that is a choking hazard in their mouth. Finding suitable baby teething toys will give your child a safe way to chew on objects. Designed exclusively for the little ones, teething toys are easy for your baby to grab, hold, and place inside the mouth. Depending on the toy, they may appeal to multiple sensory experiences. This increases the chances of your baby using the teething toy over something else.

Safe, Non-Toxic Baby Teething Toys

Not only is it important to choose a toy that your baby will enjoy, but it’s also essential that the teething toys you buy are safe. Stay away from toys that are potential choking hazards and ones that could be toxic to their health.

 Materials To Avoid

  • BPA or Bisphenol-A: A plastic that mimics the hormone estrogen in the body, and disturbs the body’s natural hormone levels.
  • BPS or Bisphenol-S: Even more toxic than BPA.  Always check the material of the teether. Those that claim they are BPA free may have replaced the BPA with BPS.
  • PVC or Polyvinyl Chloride: This happens to be of the most common plastics in the world and the most toxic. This is a must avoid material!
  • Phthalates: A chemical added to plastic, especially in teething toys, to make them soft, supple and malleable. This chemical does not bond to plastic, which means that over time, the chemicals will leak out. You do not want your baby ingesting this dangerous chemical. Phthalates are a known carcinogen.
  • Ethylene Vinyl Acetate: Commonly used in medical products. Try to avoid because it is a suspected carcinogen.
  • Latex: Latex allergies can develop from prolonged exposure. If this a concern for you as a parent, then opting for other teethers will be your best bet.

Although this may eliminate a lot of teething toys, you still have a range of safe and non-toxic options. You can find teething remedies that use natural materials and fabrics, such as wood or rubber.

Find a toy that is easy to clean. Be sure to follow any instructions that may come with the toy. They may suggest you place them in the fridge or freezer for some time before each use. Always sanitize a new teething toy before giving it to your baby.

Our Latest Baby silicone teethers and pacifiers is the best recommendation for silicon baby teethers as it is safe to use and free of harmful chemicals.

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