Dr. Brown's Suction-Free Air Channel Pacifiers 6-12m - 2 CT
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Cleaning: Use clean hands and surfaces when handling. To ensure hygiene, boil for five minutes before first use, allow to cool, and squeeze out any trapped water from the pacifier/soother. Clean before each use in hot, soapy water and rinse well, or in a dishwasher-top rack only.
DescriptionDr. Brown's® Suction-Free Air Channel Pacifiers 6-12m. 2 pacifiers. Orthodontic pacifier. Patented Suction-free Air Channel. Designed by a pediatric dentist. Developed to help prevent dental issues. Night time. Glows in the dark! BPA free.
Other DescriptionSuction-Free Air Channel helps reduce suction and palatal pressure. Soft, suction-release bulb spreads wider as baby sucks for low pressure comfort. Helps to lower the pressures inside the mouth that can create dental issues, such as cross bites. Thin-stem design is minimally intrusive on baby's mouth. Additional warnings and instructions inside. Complies with EN 1400. drbrownsbaby.com. (800) 778-9001. ©2014 Handi-Craft® Company.
WarningsNote: do not sterilize plastic case.
For your child's safety, warning!
Inspect carefully before each use. Pull the pacifier/soother in all directions. Throw away at the first signs of damage or weakness. Only use dedicated pacifier/soother holders tested to EN 12586. Never attach other ribbons or cords to a pacifier/soother, your child may be strangled by them. To prevent a possible choking hazard, test the pacifier/soother strength by pulling on the bulb portion of the nipple/teat. Inspect carefully before and after each use, especially when the child develops teeth, and discard immediately if the nipple/teat shows any signs of wear or damage, such as cracking or tearing. Small pieces can accidentally be inhaled and cause serious injury. In the event that the pacifier/soother becomes lodged in the mouth, do not panic; it cannot be swallowed and is designed to cope with such an event. Remove from mouth with care, as gently as possible. Do not leave a child unattended with a pacifier/soother. Do not leave a pacifier/soother in direct sunlight or near a source of heat, or leave in sterilizing solution for longer than recommended, as this may weaken the nipple/teat. Never dip nipple/teat in sweet substances or medication, your child may get tooth decay. Replace the pacifier/soother between one and two months of use, for safety and hygiene reasons. Keep removable protection for the nipple/teat away from children to avoid suffocation.
To prevent a possible choking hazard, test the pacifier strength by pulling on the bulb portion of the nipple. Inspect carefully before and after each use, especially when the child develops teeth, and discard immediately if the nipple shows any signs of wear or damage, such as cracking or tearing. Small pieces can accidentally be inhaled and cause serious injury. Do not leave a child unattended with a pacifier.
Do not tie pacifier around a child's neck as it presents a strangulation hazard.