Pacifiers may be great for taking the attention of your child away, but what is it doing to their dental health?

“The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) does recommend a pacifier over a finger or thumb, as the habit is easier to break should babies not willingly give it up.

The organization also recommends considering safety when selecting that pacifier….” [ Read more here ]

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