- Suction-Free Air Channel that helps reduce suction and palatal pressure
- Soft, suction-release bulb spreads wider as baby sucks for low pressure comfort
- Helps to lower the pressures that can create dental issues, such as crossbites
- Thin-stem design is minimally instrusive on baby’s mouth
- Stage Two is for baby’s 6-18 months
Great Quality. Too Expensive.
So far I can say that these pacifiers are made well. They stand up to a lot of abuse and gnawing tiny teeth. They are overpriced to the max. How much do you think these things cost to manufacture? Not much. But you get what you pay for, as they say, and these are good quality pacifiers.
Only pacifiers baby would take
The dr brown pacifiers are a little smaller and different shaped nipple and it was the only one my baby would take. I do wish you had a choice to pick the colors of the pacifier you were ordering. I did end up buying a couple from a brick and mortar store to get the color I wanted!
our baby likes the soft part but not the handle so I remove the soft part and transplant it into glow in the dark handles from walmart
Our favorite pacifiers
We have tried a few different brands, and these are the ones our babies prefer. If we had to find a complaint, it would be that it can be a bit weird to find what way is up in a dark room.
Babies Love It
Our babies loved the Dr. Brown pacifiers and I love how they are showed to be ergonomically friendly to their faces and mouths. The only thing I didn’t like is that after washing them some water would get stuck in the clear silicon part that goes into the baby’s mouth and I worried it could grow mold after a while.