Teething

Top Tips for Teething

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Here is Aubrey and Co top tips for teething, if your baby has been continuously drooling, chewing on objects within his or her reach and has sore gums, they are possibly teething. Babies typically start teething from 3 months and up. They tend to be irritable and hard to settle during this period because of their throbbing gums. To help them ease their discomfort, here are some tips for teething to consider.

tips for teething

Give your baby something to nibble on

To help babies ease the pain, give the child something to chew on. A cold washcloth and a chilled spoon are good teething remedies. The cold numbs the affected area whilst the pressure soothes the sore gums. Aside from this, there’s also a variety of teething accessories on the market today that are safe and non-toxic. Consider using silicone teethers or a stylish teething necklace for mums made from food grade silicone beads. 

Try a teether

Cold teething accessories can help soothe the aching gums of babies. Our silicone Teethers can be put in the fridge for up to 30mins. Before giving it to your baby, make sure that the teether is not freezing cold so he or she can handle it comfortably.

Rubbing gums

Another simple trick that works is rubbing your baby’s gums. Use a clean finger or moistened gauze pad and gently rub for a few minutes. The pressure when rubbing can soothe their aching gums.

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Talk to a paediatrician

If your baby has a high temperature and major discomfort despite trying these remedies, visit your paediatrician to have your baby checked. The doctor may prescribe medicine or teething gels that can relieve the pain of your child.

We offer our customers the latest high-quality silicone Teethers as well as a range of teething accessories. Our products are free from BPA, PVC and phthalates, contain no lead, cadmium or heavy metals and are hygienic. If we can help you with any more tips for teething then please let us know here. Our blog on “How to recognise teething symptoms in babies” could also be of help so go take a look.

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