MD Neurologopedist: “After birth, a baby has a great need to suck, which is crucial for the child’s growth. The sucking reflex regulates hunger, the amount of food, calms emotions and provides a sense of security. A pacifier can help with a strong need to suck. Choosing the right pacifier is important. The shape and design of the pacifier must ensure breathing and swallowing of saliva is possible. As a result the natural sucking reflex is not disturbed.
Choose a pacifier with a symmetrical shape and dynamic sucking section because it best suits your baby’s natural sucking rhythm.”