Pacifier Color: Red
Nipple Size: Available in your choice of 0-6 months or 6+ months
Nipple Shape: Orthodontic
Nipple Material: Silicone
Our pacifiers are PERMANENTLY engraved. The design will not come off with regular use which includes but is not limited to: sterilizing, boiling, dishwashing, or dropping.
Your little cutie pie needs baby products that are just as cute as she is! With bright colors and adorable designs, our orthodontic pacifiers are sure to add a burst of love to your little one’s life. With our wide variety of unique pacifiers, you are sure to find just the right paci to suit your little one!
Each of these custom pacifiers is lead and phthalate free, and complies with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission Title 16 CFR Part 1511 requirements for pacifiers. We want your baby to be stylish and safe at all times! Each binky is made with non-toxic, hygienically formed, bite resistant materials specifically designed to be form fitting in babies’ mouth. This means not only are your binkies safe and stylish, they are also extremely comforting to babies that need suction for comfort while providing mom and dad with peace of mind.
Our orthodontic pacifiers compare closely to NUK® brand pacifiers.
The first thing you should do before putting our pacifiers or anything into your babies mouth is to sterilize, sterilize, sterilize! Our pacifiers are so awesome that you will never have to worry about the name or expression rubbing, chipping, or fading off. You can sterilize the pacifier by boiling it in water for 5 minutes and letting it cool. Then, gently squeeze any excess water out of the nipple. There are other contraptions on the market that do a fantastic job of sterilizing such as microwave sterilizers and some top-racks of dishwashers.
The vast majority of all pacifiers in the world market are 'air vent pacifiers.' That air vent is what has allowed water inside the nipple and it is perfectly normal. The pacifiers must be able to take in air and water to prevent children from developing bad tooth positioning. If water gets into the nipple during boiling, it can be gently pressed out afterwards and the nipple will fill with air again. Simply squeeze the water out after sterilizing and let dry.