Silicone Teethers and Teething Rings
An extensive collection of teething rings online
Having a new bouncing baby in your life is a time for joy and happiness, but mums – both new and experienced – know how difficult it can be when teething time comes around.
Babies typically get their first tooth poking through at six months of age, though they can actually start teething from as early as three months. The last tooth, a secondary molar, is usually seen coming through at three years of age – this means there will be a lot of teething time for you and your little one.
During these periods, your baby will display signs of discomfort and pain – both of which can be soothed with our range of wooden and silicone jewellery and teethers.
Silicone teethers, also known as teething rings, are the preferred method for soothing babies during these difficult phases. Bubba Chew’s variety of teething rings, silicone and wooden teethers, silicone jewellery and teething jewellery are available to purchase online, with free delivery across Australia on orders over $50. As a result, many of our happy customers stock up on multiple options, as we – like all mums and dads – know that you can never have too many on hand.
Some of the more popular shapes of our teething rings include koalas, clouds, unicorns, French fries (yum!), crowns for the prince or princess and a selection of rattle style teething toys as well.
Teething toys and baby jewellery
When selecting silicone teething rings and silicone jewellery, it is important to take the following into account:
- Your baby’s age – are their first few teeth pushing through? If this is the case, you may require a slightly firmer teething toy, because the first teeth could be more painful, or your child could display higher discomfort.
- Materials and construction – silicone teethers are common, while wooden ones are popular for the gummy period when ‘white caps’ are starting to show. Most importantly, ensure your products are BPA-free and non-toxic – like all our baby jewellery and teething toys on offer.
- Styles and shapes – Teething rings that have an assortment of shapes and textures are a great way for your bub to engage in learning during this period. Additionally keep a few different teething ring shapes ready, so your child has options if you need backups or variety. Textures and firmness – teething toys come in a range of different tactile and sensory textures, as well as the relative firmness. Wooden teethers, for example, tend to be more firm while you can also opt for get soft-gel like silicone teethers too. Choosing a range of different ones are a great way to help your baby discover and improve their senses.
Browse our complete range of teething toys, rings and baby jewellery online, with shipping available right across Australia.