What Must Be Considered in Teether Choice?

Babies start getting their first milk teeth around six months old, with most children successfully developing a full set of milk teeth by the time they’re three years old. Teeth open up a new and exciting world of eating, however teething is can be difficult experience for both mom and baby.Teething can vary from baby to baby and tooth to tooth. Sometimes it can cause no pain or discomfort for the baby, whereas at other times it can.

  • At other times you may notice a range of symptoms:
  • Bad-temperedness due to pain and itchiness in plate and gum
  • Irregular sleeping pattern
  • Gnawing and chewing
  • Slight fever

Teethers can be a useful tool in keeping your baby as calm and relaxed as possible during teething. They work by giving your baby something textures to chew on, which massages their gum and palate, develops their biting reflex and tactual sense.

Choosing a teether that is fun and brightly colored, which can be easily held by your baby will also assist with its development. Be sure to choose a product is BPA-free and safe for babies.