Mam Original Orthodontic Silicone Pacifiers 2+ Months * Girl 1 Pacifier with a clear shield and a white button with pink and red polka dots and 1 pacifier with a pink shield and a white button with a pink and red polka dot fish.
what parents are saying
These are the only pacifiers that my little one will use. I love the fact that you can also sterilize them in their case. (Jul 31, 2017)
My 1st son loved this pacifier, my 2nd son refused it. It needs to be replaced every few months as it's not as easy to clean as one piece silicone pacifiers and moisture accumulates in the nipple
Mar 03, 2022
These were the only pacifiers we liked. The bigger all silicone ones were always falling out when my newborn would start to doze off. These were light enough to stay in. No nipple confusion either.
Aug 15, 2021
This pacifier is very small, it worked perfectly for my newborn or even preemie babies. Now that my baby is almost 8 mo and 19lbs he uses it more as a chew toy since the nipple is too small.
Oct 04, 2020
We tried different pacifiers and these were the only ones that my daughter would use. They are great, lightweight and the shape meant that they never blocked baby's nose and stayed in her mouth well.
Feb 13, 2020
These worked great when my baby was a newborn. But I don’t like that they don’t have a handle. You can’t clip it to the baby and the baby has a hard time pulling it out and putting it in on his own.
Nov 01, 2019
We tried all the paci's and this is the one my son loves most! He can easily keep it in his mouth without my help like the soothie style. I love that they have the glow in the dark ones too!
Oct 25, 2019
We have tried a bunch of pacifiers but there are the only ones my son will take at the moment. I ruined the clips in the sterilizer, I wish those were made of a material that is able to be sterilized.
Jan 06, 2019
We received all kinds of pacifiers at our baby shower, and these are the only kind out baby seems to like. The others she spit out, or were so big and heavy they would fall out of her mouth.
Nov 11, 2018
I was told by our baby's occupational therapist who worked with my son on his oral motor skills due to tongue and lip ties that this "orthodontic" shape is not advisable to use. Go with cylinder ones.
May 05, 2018