teething ring


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teething ring

See teether.

teething ring

Any relatively soft object on which an infant may chew to relieve discomfort during the eruption of teeth. Teething rings and other teething devices small enough to be inhaled by an infant should never be used.
See also: ring
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Rubber teething rings are also good but avoid the ones with liquid inside because they may break.
If your child already has a tooth showing, avoid using fluid-filled teething rings.
Try giving her a chilled teething ring to bite on, or a piece of apple or carrot.
But the Commission said there was no comparison between the risks faced by a baby sucking a teething ring for hours and an adult using sex toys for various purposes.
Action: Chewing on a hard, smooth object such as a teething ring or scrubbed carrot can help.
Distract them with a chilled teething ring (never freeze it).
For Danny Alexander, the teenage carrot-top Treasury minister who found fame when Harriet Harman called him a ginger rodent, I have a teething ring.
They much prefer chewing on a familiar cold dummy to a teething ring.