Curved shape for maximum comfort. Skin-friendly thanks to large air holes and the unique MAM dimples on the inside.
Quick and easy to grasp. For easy attachment of a clip.
3. MAM TEAT
Flat, symmetrical shape always fits perfectly in baby’s mouth. Designed with dentists to support healthy dental development.
4a. SKIN SOFTTM SILICONE
Easily accepted by babies. For a familiar feeling.
More robust and versatile than ever before – the new MAM clip can be used with all kinds of soothers and other baby accessories.
All MAM products are made from materials free of BPA and BPS
MAM SkinSoft™ Silicone: easily accepted by babies – for a familiar feeling
94% teat acceptance: easily accepted by babies, for a familiar feeling
*Market research 2010-2019, tested with 1,463 babies.
MAM has developed an innovative silicone teat: the SkinSoft™ teat. The patented silicone teat is silicone with a difference as it is soft and feels like mom's breast. Thanks to the anti-slip surface, the soother easily stays in baby's mouth.
Being able to adjust the length makes the clip even more versatile. The MAM Clip It! can be attached to all sorts of different soothers, toys and teethers. By adjusting the length of the clip, however, it can even be adapted to the current situation. For example, if the baby is crawling, the clip can be shortened to avoid the soother dragging along the floor. Alternatively, if baby is lying or sitting, it can be made longer to allow easy access to the soother in any position.
Yes, only orthodontic soothers support baby’s healthy jaw and tooth development. MAM collaborates with medical experts appointed by the ICMRS (International Children Medical Research Society) to help develop and design innovative, orthodontic soothers that suit baby's various developmental stages.
All MAM Soothers have symmetrical teats: there is no ‘top’ or ‘bottom’. So, the soother can be put in baby's mouth in any direction and will not cause any harm to their oral cavity development.
MAM soothers are also orthodontically safe for your baby primarily because of a ventilation system that exists in the teat. When the baby closes down on the teat, the air from inside the nipple is pushed out through the ventilation system thereby flattening the nipple and adapting to the baby´s individual oral cavity.