Babyhood is a time of discovery and exploration for babies. Naturally, a pacifier satisfies a baby's need to suck, right after birth. So, when is the right time to introduce a pacifier, teether or gum trainer?
PIGEON's research into oral cavity has brought about the development of a completely new range of pacifiers. Apart from satisfying that natural need, PIGEON Pacifiers also promotes jaw development of newborns.
When baby starts teething, PIGEON Cooling Teethers help to ease the pain as well as guide the baby to bite and chew. Thereafter, PIGEON Educational Series products can be used to introduce baby to other textures.
PIGEON's "New" Generation Pacifiers have been extensively researched and developed by leading professionals in their field. The pacifiers are specially designed to take into account the baby's oral cavity development.
More than a 'soother' to your baby, the PIGEON Pacifiers act as a training tool to enable your baby to nurse properly and wean correctly. PIGEON's Pacifiers are a natural choice for mothers who demand only the best for their babies.
Babies have a natural need to suck. Pacifiers safisfy their needs and soothe their emotions. Apart from that, pacifiers also help babies learn nasal breathing. When babies begin to wean and talk, they tend to breathe through their mouths. Unlike the nose, the mouth is not able to filter or humidify air, which means dust and infections can enter the mouth, affecting babies' immunity directly. Pacifiers thus promote natural nasal breathing, which helps to reduce the possiblity of infection through mouth-breathing.
Babies like to put things in their mouths. This is a natural reflex and an important part of their development.
Chewing on different materials and shapes stimulates the periodontal membrane under the teeth, and in so doing, babies learn to control the force of their bite.PIGEON teethers are designed to stimulate babies' senses and promote natural jaw development.