I have noticed from talking to other parents that some of the children, when given specific things to chew on, seem to cut teeth easier and faster. I know "everyone" says that there is nothing you can do but try and make your teething baby more comfortable, aka oragel, homeopathics, cool cloths, teething rings etc, but what if "they" are wrong. What if there are certain objects out there that have a specific consistancy that will help teeth push through gums faster...
I am more just curious if any other parents have had this experience with their own children or heard of it from others.
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