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  • How To Choose The Right Chew

    The range of sensory needs is vast and complex. What works for one person may not work for the next, so we've created chews in lots of different shapes, sizes, textures, and toughnesses - something for everyone! For help narrowing down your options:

    STEP 1:   Do you chew with your front or back teeth?

    Think about how you or your child prefers to chew.  Is it usually with the back molars?  If so, click on the Back Teeth category (first picture) below for chew tools that are long/slender enough to reach the back molar area. Tooth grinders should also click on this category (tooth grinding usually happens mostly with the back teeth).

    Other people prefer chewing/nibbling with their front teeth. For front teeth chewing, there's an even wider variety of chews to “chews” from. For back teeth chewing, you need something long and slender enough to reach the back molars. Whereas any chew tool can be reached with the front teeth. Click on the Front Teeth category (second picture) below for the next steps.

    Afro american boy chewing on Ark's grabber sensory chewy the original best teether for back molars
    Caucasian toddler chewing on Ark's brick stick textured sensory chew necklace in red