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If you have a baby at home you must have noticed that right in the first months he or she starts to take everything in front of them into their mouth, including hands and feet. Welcome to the child’s oral phase, which is exactly during the first two years of life and also coincides with the birth of the first teeth. And it is exactly in this period that a simple object begins to have fundamental importance for your child’s oral health: the teething toy. Continue reading “What is the importance of the teether for the baby’s oral health?” »

Teething is rough on babies and parents alike. It’s hard to watch your little one cry and wince in discomfort knowing there is nothing you can do to make the process go any faster. While you can’t make their teeth magically come in, you can at least help soothe the pain as they make their way out. Every baby, and teether, is a little different, but you’re bound to find one on this list that will help your babe get through the teething process a little more comfortably. Continue reading “The Best Baby Teethers for Sore Gums” »

Your baby’s first year is a huge period of growth and change. One of the most noticeable changes from birth to the 1st birthday is their teeth! Those adorable pearly whites are actually present under the gums in utero, but they’ll need to make their way to the surface. As you can imagine, this process can cause some unpleasant symptoms for your little one. Continue reading “Do babies sleep while teething?” »

If you have a new baby crawling around the house, chances are that teething is just around the corner (or has already arrived!). This is an important milestone in a baby’s development and if you notice your little one trying to chew on everything in sight, it may be time for some teething toys. But when is it time to give your baby teething toys, and how do you find the right ones? Continue reading “When should babies start using teethers?” »

When your baby is around 4 months to 7 months old, it’s common to see signs of teething. The process of teething may cause some discomfort for your little one as she gets her first set of teeth. These baby or primary teeth, which can appear from as young as 3 months or even as old as 12 to 14 months, will start to grow and eventually have to break through the gums. This can cause swelling and soreness just before the tooth comes through. Continue reading “How do you know if your baby is teething?” »

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