Hevea Dummy: Anatomical vs Round

Hevea Dummy
The Hevea Soother Dummy is available with both round and anatomical/orthodontic teats.

Confusing? The round teat is the classic design for a soother.

The anatomical teat gives more room for the tongue and eases airflow within the mouth. It is designed to support the shape of the mouth, palate and jaws. It is also meant to simulates the shape of the mother nipple so that to encourage sucking in a natural way.
While you might not know which shape to choose your baby will have a preference towards one or the other.

Hevea pacifiers are cast in one piece, so no joints or cracks, where dirt and bacteria can accumulate.  Hevea pacifiers are ergonomically shaped, gentle to the baby’s face with space for chin and nose. They also have a ventilated teat. This makes the pacifier soft and easy for the child to use.

Hevea pacifiers can prevent sleep marks, as the natural rubber is very soft – but at the same time very resilient. They are strong and long lasting. They last for a minimum two months.

Hevea is the modern Danish designed pacifiers and teether which is made of 100% natural rubber, which is a natural material, free from BPA free, PVC free and phthalates free.

Hevea pacifiers are different from all other pacifiers because they are produced sustainably. Hevea gives you the opportunity to give only the best to your child while at the same time taking care of the environment.

Hevea pacifiers are available in four designs suitable for both boys and girls: Star & moon, cars, flowers and crowns.

Hevea pacifiers are of course tested to prove that they meet EU standard EN1400, US regulations CPSIA and AUS regulation AS 2432-1991.

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