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    Binky Ddlg Pacifier Paci Teeth Hurt

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    #1 Baby.Cheesecake

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    Posted 08 January 2018 - 10:47 PM

    My bottpm teeth r hurting after using my paci over night :,( does anyone know what to do to make it better? Does it happen to anyone else?... :( I don't wanna stop using my binky

    #2 Little Illy

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    Posted 08 January 2018 - 11:55 PM

    If you are using a pacifier for a legit baby/toddler, that is why. They are designed for the correlated sizes of an infant or toddler and therefore your teeth are in the way and are going to suffer because of it. You can actually do damage using a paci that isn't the correct size for you. So if you have these kind of pacifiers, then I would not use them for prolong amounts of time, especially over night.

     

    Find adult pacifiers - they are designed for adult sized mouths/teeth. They have ones that are plain, decorated and personalized. They don't feel exactly like "regular" pacifiers, but they are comfortable and wont hurt your teeth. You may find some discomfort still because a pacifier is a foreign object and will take adjustment. But this is the best solution that will do least damage and still remain cute! :)


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    #3 Baby.Cheesecake

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    Posted 09 January 2018 - 12:43 AM

    Thank you :) I'm actually ordering one today..heh

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    Posted 09 January 2018 - 12:43 AM

    whybothergivinginput


    Edited by MarshmallowSnot, 09 January 2018 - 05:22 AM.


    #5 daddy1992

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    Posted 09 January 2018 - 03:45 AM

    If you are using a pacifier for a legit baby/toddler, that is why. They are designed for the correlated sizes of an infant or toddler and therefore your teeth are in the way and are going to suffer because of it. You can actually do damage using a paci that isn't the correct size for you. So if you have these kind of pacifiers, then I would not use them for prolong amounts of time, especially over night.

     

    Find adult pacifiers - they are designed for adult sized mouths/teeth. They have ones that are plain, decorated and personalized. They don't feel exactly like "regular" pacifiers, but they are comfortable and wont hurt your teeth. You may find some discomfort still because a pacifier is a foreign object and will take adjustment. But this is the best solution that will do least damage and still remain cute! :)

    Agree on this!

    If you don't know where to get them

    Check out:
    onesiesdownunder.com

    or just give it a quick google it to find out where you local ddlg shop is online 

    Good luck! 



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    Posted 09 January 2018 - 12:41 PM

    You seem to have gotten an answer, but I'd like to make a friendly suggestion, maybe a teething ring? If your teeth are hurting you never know it could come in handy.
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    #7 neko

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    Posted 10 January 2018 - 08:52 AM

    I have several adult sized pacis and always have teeth pain if I sleep with it in. I've heard the same complaint from others as well. Unfortunately I don't think it can be avoided :(

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