The Doctors TV Show: Keep It Kleen Pacifier


The Drs TV Show: Keep It Clean Pacifier

The Doctors TV Show spoke about pacifiers, and Dr Jim Sears showed a brilliant new pacifier called the Keep-It-Kleen Pacifier.  Instead of attaching a pacifier to your baby with a string that clips to her clothes, which can pose a strangling hazard, you can use the Keep-It-Kleen Pacifier.  The wonderful thing about this pacifier is that it does not matter if your baby drops it on the floor, because there is a covering that closes over the pacifier before it hits the ground.  I’m not sure exactly how it works, but it is really cool!  The only problem now is when your baby thinks that it is so cool that she keeps dropping it on the floor as a new fun “game”!

The Doctors: Suri Cruise Uses Pacifier At 5 Yrs Old

The Drs also showed a picture of Tom Cruise’s daughter, Suri Cruise, who is 5 years old and is still sucking on a pacifier.  Dr Jim Sears said that if a child is still using a bottle or a pacifier at The Drs TV Show Keep It Kleen Pacifierthe age of 5 years old, he starts to worry about how it will effect their teeth.  Dr Andrew Ordon said that his daughter had buck teeth from sucking on her thumb.  The general rule of thumb for pacifiers, according to Dr Jim Sears, is that pacifiers are fine until your baby is 2-3 years old because the teeth will still go back to their normal position.  However, after the age of 4, your child really should stop using a pacifier or she will get buck teeth that can only be altered later by an orthodontist.  Dr Sears did say that developmentally and mentally it is not harmful to use pacifiers, although I have read where people say that children who use pacifiers learn to speak slower and that their speech is delayed because they suck on their pacifier rather than talking.



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