Branam Oral Health Orthodontic Pacifiers Ortho-Gibby 1-2 years Description:
Advanced Pediatric Care
Pediatric Dentist Recommended
The Ortho-Gibby pacifier was designed by a Pediatric Dentist to allow for proper oral alignment.
What makes the ORTHO-Gibby Pacifier different from conventional pacifiers?
Small nipple is designed to help with tongue positioning
Bite plane is designed to fit between developing teeth and support oral development.
Outer shield is designed to reduce cheek pressure on the teeth and gums.
One piece construction
BPA Free / Latex Free
Free Of BPA, PVC, phthalate, latex Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Warnings Do not insert pacifier retainer cord through the pacifier ventilation holes. Do not tie the pacifier around the child’s neck as it presents a strangulation danger. CAUTION: To prevent the possibility of choking, regularly test the strength by pulling hard on all parts. Inspect nipple portion on regular basis. If the pacifier becomes cracked, torn, or shows other signs of excess wear, discontinue use immediately. Never leave child unattended with pacifier.
Babies are comforted by the action of sucking. Some babies will suck their thumb, while others like to suck on a pacifier. This need of sucking gradually lessens when a baby gets older.
Pacifiers may provide a form of security or comfort to unsettled, fussy babies, and sometimes toddlers too. Pacifier may relax your baby to help him or her fall asleep. Sucking on a pacifier may also help soothe your baby during medical procedures, such as a blood test or an immunization.
Most pacifiers come with a rubber or silicone teat, and a plastic or silicone mouth shield and handle. The mouth shield is made to prevent a baby from choking on, or swallowing, the teat.
If you are breastfeeding your baby, it is recommended to wait until your baby is about six weeks before you introduce a pacifier. This is because a pacifier may interfere with breastfeeding. However, some mums use a pacifier during the first six months to calm their baby to sleep at night or for naps during the day. Things to know before giving your baby a pacifier
Never force your baby to use a pacifier. If it comes out during sleep, do not put it back in.
Make sure the pacifier is in good condition – no cracks or breaks in plastic or nipple.
If your baby drops the pacifier, wash it with hot water and non-toxic soap.
Pacifiers should be replaced often.
Have extra pacifiers with you. It is guaranteed that a baby will drop the pacifier many times day.
Advantages of Best Pacifiers for Breastfed Babies:
Pacifier may soothe your baby, and help in putting your baby to sleep.
Pacifiers offer temporary distractions at situations like blood tests, immunizations or other procedures. The act of sucking can relieve pain.
When the baby starts crying due to hunger, pacifier may give you some time to arrange a bottle for your baby.
Pacifier can help in breaking your baby’s habit of sucking his or her thumb.
Studies have found that pacifiers may help in reducing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Branam Ortho-Gibby Pacifier
Choosing one of the best pacifiers for breastfed babies is crucial to keep your baby happy and healthy. The patented Branam Ortho-Gibby™ pacifier is designed by a leading pediatric dentist in consultation with many parents of small children. This patented design is helpful in promoting normal tooth eruption and healthy jaw development. The small nipple has been designed to minimize the sucking force that can spread bacteria through ear, nose and throat. The outer shield is developed to reduce check pressure on teeth and gums. Branam Ortho-Gibby™ pacifier is excellent for babies with a cleft palate or Pierre Robin Syndrome.