The regular teat has a slightly larger cross-cut opening, allowing milk to flow smoothly even when sucking strength is weak. While the small teat has a slightly smaller cross-cut opening than the regular teat.
The rubber on the side facing the upper jaw is thicker so that it won’t slip into the clefts, while the side facing the tongue is thin, so it requires only light pressure. The tip of Regular size is larger than that of a standard type teat in order to prevent the leakage of air or milk from fissures in infants with cleft lips or cleft palates. You can now select two sizes, made from soft silicone rubber, to suit the infant’s condition.
This allows for the smooth milk flow by preventing the teat from collapsing while the infant is sucking.
Backflow Prevention Valve
When fitted inside the teat, this valve prevents milk from flowing back into the bottle while the infant is sucking. When the infant’s tongue presses against the teat, milk flows out, so even infants with weak sucking strength can draw out milk.
Due to its soft, easily compressed shape, you can release milk by squeezing the bottle lightly. You can support the infant while feeding by squeezing the bottle to release milk when the infant’s sucking strength is weak or when the infant has little strength to press the teat.
|Part||Material||Heat Resistance||Sterilization Method|
|Hood, Cap, Inner Lid, Backflow Prevention Valve, Bottle||Polypropylene||110°C||Boiling, Steam, Chemical|