Dr Brown's chupete silicona perform 3å» etapa azul 2uts

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The nipple facilitates the correct position of the tongue


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Babies are born with the need to suckle, because breastfeeding feeds and calms them. But it's not good to offer them a pacifier for at least the baby's first 15 days, until breastfeeding is established. One of the materials we can choose when choosing a pacifier is silicone. These pacifiers are transparent in colour, less resistant to biting and are therefore recommended for the pre-dentition stages. The nipple is very resistant to high temperatures and wears out less easily.

Silicone soother Dr perform 3rd stage blue has the ultra fine teat base, thus reducing the impact on the baby's tongue and teeth. In addition, the nipple is orthodontic, making it easier to position the tongue correctly and reducing the pressure on the jaw and preventing overbite. Contains 2 units.

Give your baby a good pacifier!

*The color or design may vary depending on the stock available from the pharmacy serving the order.

Instructions for use

Before the first use, wash the soother and boil it for at least 5 minutes. Wash and disinfect before each use.

Unit price

€4.00 / Units

Pharmaceutical Advice

When choosing a soother, remember that it will always depend on your baby's acceptance. One of the things to look out for when choosing a soother could be material: latex (rubber) or silicone.

Latex is an 100% natural product, amber in colour and has a soft and elastic texture that most resembles the feeling of the mother's breast. It is a hygroscopic material, meaning it absorbs water and retains odour. It is a natural material therefore it wears down faster than silicone. It is recommended for infants who already have teeth, from 6 to 12 months.

Medical silicone is a transparent white chemical product. It is a durable material and does not absorb odours or flavours. Its size does not change with use, although it may adopt the colour of the food it comes into contact with. It is less resistant to biting and pulling by the baby, so it is usually recommended for new-borns, from 0 to 6 months.

It is advisable to replace the soother with a new one every one or two months and/or discard as soon as it shows signs of deterioration such as: changes in colour, alterations in shape and/or material deterioration.

It is important to note that sterilising the soother every time the baby uses it is not necessary unless it falls to the floor or gets dirty. In cases when sterilising is not available, you can simply wash it under running water and avoid cleaning it with your own saliva as it may contain antibacterial substances.



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