All you need to know about Teetha® and how to help your baby through teething, including advice on gels, granules and comforting your baby.
Provided the baby is over 3 months, a combination can be used. Always follow the instructions on both packs.
Although Teetha® Teething Granules do not contain ordinary table sugar (sucrose), they do contain lactose which is a type of sugar that occurs naturally in milk. Teetha® Teething Gel contains xylitol. Click here to learn more about the products.
The Teetha® Teething Granules do contain lactose and should not be given to babies who are lactose intolerant. Teetha® Teething Gel does not contain lactose.
With a clean finger apply a pea sized amount of the gel to the sore area on the baby’s gums and teeth. Use every 4 hours for up to 6 times per day for a maximum of 7 days.
Do not exceed one sachet every 2 hours for a maximum of 6 doses during any 24-hour period. Do not use for more than 7 consecutive days.
Babies tend to start showing signs of teething at around the 3-4 month mark, with teeth finally popping through at about 6 months.