Natural Rubber Soother - Orthodontic

Natural Rubber Soother - Orthodontic

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One of the safest and most hygienic dummies on the market being made out of a single piece of rubber. The round shape, large shield and soft natural rubber makes it the perfect dummy for breastfed babies. Available in small (0-3 months), medium (3-6 months) and large (6 months +). The soothers come in a reusable case, perfect for storing them.

  • Orthodontic Natural Rubber Soother
  • Stored in a reusable case allowing for convenient and hygienic storage
  • BPA Free
  • No chemical softeners
  • One piece design eliminates places where bacteria can hide
  • No parabens
  • No PVC
  • No Phthalates
  • Larger shield touches baby’s nose, providing closer simulation to breast feeding
  • Made with 100% sustainable, natural rubber from the tree Hevea brasiliensis
  • Easy sterilisation
  • Made to European and Australian standards

 Round or Ortho Soother?

Round Shape - Tends to work better for breast-fed babies because the tongue is positioned under the nipple as it is during breast-feeding, which helps prevent nipple confusion. About 80% of babies tend to move soothers around in their mouths, so the position of the round soother can never end up around the wrong way. Because the tongue’s position never changes, midwives usually recommend starting babies on rounded soothers. Natural Rubber Soothers round model is available in small (0-3 months), medium (3-6 months) and large (6 months+).

Orthodontic Shape - With the orthodontic shape, the tip of the nipple is slanted to encourage tongue movement against it (as opposed to under it). The tongue’s pressure is directed towards the tip. This shape is ideal for babies who are already accustomed to the orthodontic shape. The Natural Rubber Soother Ortho shape is available in small (0-6 months) and large (6 months+).

 Natural Rubber Soothers should be replaced every 8-12 weeks (depending on frequency of use) with the age appropriate size. Provided you carefully inspect the dummy before each use (especially when your child has teeth) there is no harm in using it for a longer period of time, however you’ll notice the rubber get darker and possibly sticky, which is a sign it’s time to replace the dummy.