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Can pacifier affect my child’s teeth
Pacifiers should only be used up to the age of 2 or 3 years. Pacifiers can cause permanent damage to the alignment of the jaw, the roof of the mouth, the teeth, and their positions. Instead of pacifiers, children should be given teethers when they are teething as teethers are safer than pacifiers.

Selecting a pacifier for your baby

A pacifier is a rubber, plastic, or silicone nipple which is given to an infant to suck upon. It comes with a mouth shield to avoid the danger of swallowing it and choking up on it.

Weaning off pacifiers and milk bottles

Pacifiers and milk bottles if not weaned off at the right age, can last up to many years.



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