Teething bites! Teething and the discomfort associated with it is a natural step in your child’s development. It can be confusing how to respond, but we have you covered with all the info you need to know. From when that first tooth will appear to how to soothe your baby, we have lots of ways to help you comfort your teething little one!

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Not Plastic, Not Medicine, New Soothe ‘N’ Chew

Our Soothe ‘n’ Chew is a first of its kind long-lasting edible teether. We use wholesome grains and real banana to give your little one something they’ll love to gnaw on.

Our Soothe ‘n’ Chew is a first of its kind long-lasting edible teether. We use wholesome grains and real banana to give your little one something they’ll love to gnaw on.


Our brand new Soothe ‘n’ Chew teether is the first of its kind. We know you may be looking for alternatives to plastics or medicines for teething, so we made Soothe ‘n’ Chew to help you and your little one out! It’s long-lasting, so your little one can chew for a longer period of time, and it’s made with ingredients like wholesome grains and real bananas. As with all foods, when your little one is using Soothe ‘n’ Chew, make sure to always keep an eye on them! 


How to Use Soothe n Chew

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Teether Wheel

How to Soothe Your Baby During Teething

When your baby starts teething, they may experience discomfort, and there’s a lot of information out there on the best way to soothe. Here’s your guide on how to best help your little one during teething.

Babies 6 months and older: 

  • In order to help baby soothe, we’ve developed edible options to help soothe teething babies 6 months and older who are accustomed to eating solid foods.


Soothe ‘n’ Chew Teething Sticks, for babies 6 months and older: 

  • Made with wholesome grains and real banana, this long-lasting edible teething stick is the first of its kind and has a firm texture to help soothe teething gums while your baby mouths the stick. Gerber Soothe ‘n’ Chew is designed to soften slowly into crumbs as baby chews. You can find Soothe 'n' Chew exclusively at Walmart.


Gentle Teething Wafers, for 7 months and older: 

  • This teether begins to dissolve easily right away. Each wafer is flavored with real juice, fruits, and veggies for your little one. The easy-to-grip design encourages self-feeding and helps soothe teething gums.


Teether Wheels For Crawlers, for 8 months and older: 

  • Teether Wheels are a firm snack that softens into small flat pieces for baby to chew. The large shape is perfect for babies to hold, grasp and mash.


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Your Baby's Teething Journey

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Teething FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About Teething

From timelines to the starting signs of teething, you have a lot of questions about teething, but don’t worry, you came to the right place for answers.

When will baby start teething?

  • Teething generally starts around 4-7 months, but discomfort from teething could start as early as 3 months.

  • Most babies will develop teeth between 6-12 months and have all of their baby teeth by 3 years.

  • Did you know? You don’t need to worry if your baby doesn’t follow this exact timeline! The timing of teething varies widely and is also determined by hereditary factors too.


What’s going on during teething?

  • Here’s what you may see during teething: The upper or lower two front teeth (central incisors) will usually appear first, followed by the opposite front teeth. The first molars appear next, followed by the canine or eyeteeth.


Teeth Development


What are the signs my baby is teething?

  • Around 3 months of age, keep an eye out for your little one starting to explore the world around them with their mouth, and begin to put their hands in their mouth. You should expect drooling, as well as them having a desire to chew on something hard, which is soothing. Remember, every baby is different, so some children might have no problems!


Normal versus Abnormal Teething Behaviors

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Dental Care 101

What you need to know about dental care

When your babies teeth start to emerge, it’s important to start healthy dental habits. Here’s how to care for those new pearly whites.
  • Baby’s brand new teeth need to be brushed, make sure to use a soft child’s toothbrush. Start with a rice grain-sized amount of toothpaste, brushing twice a day.
  • Make your baby’s first dental appointment when the first tooth appears, or by your baby’s first birthday. To help prevent cavities, never let your baby fall asleep with a bottle.
  • Check with your pediatrician to see if your local tap water contains fluoride, a mineral that helps prevent tooth decay, or if your child will need fluoride supplements.
  • Once your child is 3, it’s recommended to use a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste. Teach your child to spit out excess toothpaste when they are able. Experts recommend putting the toothpaste on the toothbrush for your child until they are 6.
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