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    Orthodontic Pacifiers

    Designed for natural oral development

    Pacifier Do’s and Don’ts

    Brush up on pacifier do’s and don’ts to soothe both your baby and your mind.

    • DO choose a pacifier that is age-appropriate for your baby (e.g. 0-6m, 6-18m). Pacifiers are designed for different stages of oral development.
    • DO replace a pacifier after four weeks of use or if it has any cracks or tears as all pacifiers can wear down over time and with use. 
    • DO check your pacifier often for signs of damage or weakness by pulling in all directions.

    • DON’T add any food or liquid to the pacifier as this can cause tooth decay.  
    • DON’T decorate the shield of this pacifier as this introduces new parts that can present a choking hazard.  
    • DON’T allow baby to chew on the pacifier or use it as a teether as it can weaken the nipple.  
    • DON’T store a pacifier in direct sunlight or near heat and avoid storing it in disinfectant.

    Which orthodontic pacifier is right for your baby?



    0 2 months

    • Extra small and lightweight, ideal for newborns



    0 3 months

    • Distributed in hospitals nationwide
    • One-piece, medical grade silicone
    • Flexible shield
    • Now available in a cute bear shape!



    0 6 months

    • Available in many designs and colors




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    • Extra airflow for baby’s delicate skin

    *We recommend replacing pacifiers after 4 weeks of use for safety and hygiene reasons.

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