- A Level 1 or newborn teat generally comes on every bottle and is a great starting point for many babies.
- Ideal choice for your infant if she is feeding well and shows no signs of feeding challenges.
When should baby go up a teat size?
As your baby grows and can feed more quickly, you can buy faster flowing replacement teats. We have medium flow teats, which most babies are ready for at around three months, and a fast flow teat which is best from around 6 months.
Are teats good for babies?
Baby’s bottle teat is as important as type of water or milk. Baby bottle teat is critical because it goes directly into baby’s mouth and if its size or mouth feel is not suitable, baby will reject it or discard it in spite of being hungry.
What are baby teats?
A teat, or nipple, is the flexible part of the bottle that the baby will suck from, and contains a hole through which the milk will flow. The collar goes over the nipple and typically screws onto the neck of the bottle, forming a seal.