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Teething ring

British pronunciation/tˈiːðɪŋ ɹˈɪŋ/
American pronunciation/tˈiːðɪŋ ɹˈɪŋ/
Teething ring

a small ring-shaped object designed for infants to chew on during the teething process to soothe their sore gums

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What is a "teething ring"?

A teething ring is a specially designed device made of safe and chewable materials, such as rubber or silicone, intended to provide relief to infants during the teething phase. It offers a textured surface for babies to bite on, helping to soothe their gums and alleviate discomfort. Teething rings promote oral stimulation and can help distract from teething pain, reducing fussiness and irritability. They provide a safe and hygienic option for babies to explore and soothe their gums, aiding in their overall oral care and providing comfort during this developmental stage.

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