Useful Tips and Remedies for Soothing a Teething Baby

AURORA, Ontario - June 18, 2021 - PRLog -- At some point during your baby's first few years, they are going to experience teething. This process can turn even the sweetest little darlings into a screaming nightmare. Teething can happen any time between 6 months and 24 months. This is a painful process for your little one, hence all the crying and agitation coming from your baby. This can take a toll on you and your baby alike. The only thing you can do is stick it out and help them with pain relief along the way.

But do you know that you should be doing for them? Especially when it seems like nothing is working to sooth their achy gums. First thing is first, take a big deep breath, stay calm, and read our blog for helpful tips.

I'll Take a Cold One

Then a baby's teeth are coming in, this causes the gums to swell, and causes pain and all the crying. Do you know how to treat any other swelling? Cold compression does the trick.

Just take a washrag, put it under cold water, and place it in the fridge for a bit to cool it down further, then give it to your baby to chew and suck on. You can even help further by rubbing it along the gum line. These actions help to distract the baby and bring down the swelling. Teething rings are another great option. Specially made for this exact time in a baby's life. Your little one can hold onto it themselves and relieve some of the pain. If you don't have teething rings, use a pacifier instead.

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Teething is a hard time, for both parents and baby alike. Doing these tips will help make the process more management and less painful for the baby. If you are looking for other handy tips, check out our website blog for more! If you are looking for a new dentist for either yourself or your baby, use our search option to locate on near you today!

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