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Best Baby Teething Toy Reviews 2017

Updated on July 23, 2017

When your baby starts teething very often he will chew on anything he can find. Along with teething very often baby will dribble. Other signs that baby is teething are

  • Red cheeks
  • Loose diapers
  • Sore bottom
  • Disturbed Sleep
  • Raised temperature

All this can be very upsetting for baby and so you will look for ways to make baby feel more comfortable. It is better to keep medication to a minimum, but if baby is very fretful you can give some junior paracetamol. Always follow the required dosage written on the bottle for your baby. Chewing toys can give baby relief from sore gums. If you don't have teething toys they will chew on most things. Teething toys are usually easy for baby to hold and soft enough not to cause any pain or injury to their gums. Here are some best baby toys that help with teething and are available for 2017.

Razbaby RaZberry Teether

This brightly coloured baby teether has the following good points

  • It is hands free
  • Multi Textured
  • Non toxic
  • BPA Free
  • Can be frozen
  • Bright colours

Razbaby RaZberry Teether has a rasberry coloured bumpy surface which is very stimulating for baby's mouth and gums. It is good for younger babies as it can be used without using their hands. Another added benefit is that it can be popped into your freezer and when frozen or cooled, baby can have extra soothing on their sore gums.

Dr Brown's Coolees Watermelon Teether

  • Coolees reach all parts of the jaw to provide cool, lasting comfort.
  • Flexible teether that relieves mouth pressure and disperses babies mouth pain
  • Can be put in the freezer
  • Suitable from 3 Months plus

Dr Browns Coolees Watermelon Teether is easy for baby to hold and enables them to get to their back teeth without making them gag like some other teethers. Looks very cute too when they're chomping on a little watermelon! Shape is perfect for babies mouth.

Baby Teether Ball

The Baby Teether Ball is like chewing on lots of little fingers

  • Soft squeezy ball.
  • Squeeks when squeezed
  • Vanilla scented
  • Good size for grasping

The Baby Teether Ball is a soft squeezy ball with lots of little knobs. It is easy for baby to hold and the little knobs are comforting to chew on. It smells nice too!

A baby that loves chewing on your finger will love chewing on the nubs of this brilliant teether! It's perfectly designed for Baby teething. That means it's the right size for baby to grasp as many teethers are just too big. The Baby Teether Ball is hard enough to ease sore gums, but soft enough to protect your baby's little mouths. It squeaks when it is squeezed, so it's fun for them too. It is for babies 6 months and over. It's soft and squeezable, and at 3" in diameter, it's small enough for tiny hands to hold. It is made of safety-tested PVC and you can wash it with warm soapy water.

"This is by far the best teething toy we have found for our 7 month old baby daughter"

Baby's Teeth

Baby's first tooth can appear any time from 4 months onwards. Some babies may not get their first tooth until 10 months. A few babies will be born with teeth! Whatever the age, baby may begin the teething process long before the teeth actually appear.


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