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The Top 10 Baby Pacifiers of 2017

Are you looking for an easy and effective way to calm your baby down? Then a baby pacifier may be the right choice for you! Though it may seem like you can just get any old baby pacifier, that is not always the case. Today we are reviewing the top ten baby pacifiers of 2017. Simply click on the individual reviews beside each pacifier to read about the unique specifications and details for each. 

Here are the best baby pacifiers of 2017

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Dr. Brown's One Piece Silicone Pacifier

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Philip's AVENT Soothie Pacifier

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Wubbanub Afrique Elephant Pacifier

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Tinabless Baby Food Feeder Infant Teething Toy Nibbler

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MAM Trends 3 Piece Orthodontic Pacifier 

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Natursutten BPA-Free Natural Rubber Pacifier

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NUK 3-Piece Orthodontic Pacifier 

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The First Years GumDrop Newborn Pacifier

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Philip's AVENT Translucent Orthodontic Infant Pacifier

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Funny Baby Pacifier Cute Kissable Mustache Pacifier For Babies and Toddlers

OurStart's Top Ten Baby Pacifiers of 2017

  • Dr. Brown's One Piece Silicone Pacifier
  • Philip's AVENT Soothie Pacifier
  • Wubbanub Afrique Elephant Pacifier
  • Tinabless Baby Food Feeder Teether Pacifier
  • MAM Trends 3 Piece Orthodontic Pacifier
  • Natursutten BPA-Free Natural Rubber Pacifier
  • NUK 3-Piece Orthodontic Pacifiers
  • The First Years GumDrop Newborn Pacifier
  • Philip's AVENT Translucent Orthodontic Infant Pacifier
  • Funny Baby Cute Kissable Mustache Pacifier 

What Is A Pacifier? 

A pacifier, also known as a binky, is a rubber or plastic silicone nipple given to babies to suck on. The most standard baby pacifier has a nipple, mouth shield, and handle. Some pacifiers have little animals or a decorative look to them. 

Types of Baby Pacifiers

Multiple-Piece Pacifier

  • This is the main type of pacifier. It is also the most common pacifier on the market. It is called a multiple piece pacifier because it has a nipple, guard, and handle. 

Single-Piece Pacifier

  • Another type of pacifier is a single piece pacifier, also known as a one-piece pacifier. These pacifiers are made from only one piece as the name suggests. 

Stuffed Animal Pacifiers

  • These are baby pacifiers that have stuffed animals attached to the end of them. That way, your baby can hold their favorite animal as they use their pacifier. 

Novelty Pacifier 

  • A novelty pacifier is a baby pacifier that has a mustache or funny design on it. 

 Feeding Pacifier 

  • A feeding pacifier can be used once your baby hits 6 months. You can place a liquid, like juice, in it and freeze. Then, as your baby sucks on the pacifier, they get the nutrients from the juice. 

Glow In The Dark Pacifiers 

  • These, just like their name suggests, are pacifiers that are able to glow in the dark. These come in handy if you lose the baby pacifier behind an object or if your baby needs to use the pacifier in a dark car. 

Safety Tips 

  • If a baby pacifier is used correctly, it can be perfectly safe, but, as with any baby product, it's always smart to use caution.
  • Make sure to never tie the pacifier around anything. The string could get tangled around your baby's neck. 
  • Do not put sugar on your baby's pacifier. This is not healthy for babies, and can lead to a host of problems including cavities.
  • Make sure to use baby pacifiers that have passed safety codes. All the products we have reviewed above have met the safety code.
  •  Lastly, don't try to make your own baby pacifier. 

Best Pacifiers for Newborns, Breastfed Babies, Preemies, and Toddlers

Many companies will say that they have the best pacifier for all stages of your baby's development. I've covered in detail the products above in their individual reviews. The biggest factor is going to be size. A preemie is going to need a much smaller pacifier than a toddler. For a preemie, make sure to talk it over with your doctor to make sure it's safe for your preemie to be using a baby pacifier. 

How Many Pacifiers Do You Need? 

You really only need one baby pacifier at a time. However, if you choose to utilize a baby pacifier regularly with your child, there is a good chance you could lose or misplace it. Some parents like to keep several on hand just in case. So the choice is ultimately up to you, but the last thing you need is a crying baby who wants his or her lost pacifier. 

Advantages Of A Baby Pacifier

  • Cheap
  • Puts Baby To Sleep
  • Calms A Crying Child 

Disadvantages Of A Baby Pacifier

  • Can Cause Inner Ear Issues
  • Your Baby Could Become Dependent On Their Pacifier
  • Can Cause Dental Problems Is Used Too Long

What To Look For When Buying A Baby Pacifier?


  • When buying a baby pacifier, you will want to get the correct size. A general rule of thumb is using the small size for 6 months and younger, medium size for 6 to 18 months, and large for 18 months and older. 


  • You'll also want to make sure that your pacifier is constructed well. I'd be very careful of purchasing a home-made pacifier that has not passed any safety standards. If a piece of it comes off, it could choke your baby. 

  Nipple Material:

  • Pacifiers normally come in three distinct materials. 

   1. Silicone

  • Most common and easiest to clean

   2. Latex

  • Softer and more flexible. 

   3. Hard Plastic

  • Not easy to clean, and could develop a jagged edge. 

When Should I Introduce The Pacifier?

There are a wide range of beliefs about when is the right time to introduce a baby pacifier to your child. Some nurses at hospitals will give your baby a pacifier right away. So, if you would like to limit your baby's interaction with the pacifier at a young age, make sure that the hospital doesn't give your baby one. Have an open discussion with your spouse to figure out the right time to introduce the pacifier to your child. 

If you are breastfeeding: 

  • Some experts believe it's best to wait until your baby is breastfeeding well to introduce the pacifier. Whether you choose to wait or start him or her right away, make sure that you keep track of your baby's weight. If he or she is not gaining enough weight, it may be a good idea to discontinue pacifier usage. 

If you are bottle feeding:

  • If you are bottle feeding, introduce the pacifier once you know that your baby is gaining enough consistent weight. 

Recommended Best Sellers

Bestseller No. 1
Mickey Mouse Pacifier & Pacifier Holder
  • Beloved Disney Characters
  • BPA and Phthalate free pacifier and holder
  • Helps soothe and calm baby
Bestseller No. 2
Billy May Collection 1939-60
  • Billy May, Billy May Collection 1939-60
  • Acrobat
  • Audio CD
SaleBestseller No. 3
Philips Avent SCF190/01 Soothie 0-3mth Green/Green, 2pk
  • The pacifier brand distributed in hospitals nationwide
  • Used by medical professionals to calm newborns
  • BPA free
Bestseller No. 4
50 - 3/4" Metal Suspender Clips - w/ Rectangle Inserts
  • This is for 50 (fifty) lead free 3/4" metal (nickel plated) suspender clips with rectangle plastic inserts
  • The opening measures 7/8 inch outside and 3/4 inch inside and they are 1 1/2 inches long.
  • You can use 1/2 inch, 5/8 inch and/or 3/4 inch ribbon.
SaleBestseller No. 5
BYP Silicone Baby Nuk Mam 0-6 Month Pacifier Learner Teether Teething Soother Unisex 2 Pack
  • ❤Material: Silicone / BPA free and FDA tested. Large Silicone sac makes for easy cleaning, does not retain odors, encourages chewing, more natural, cleaner and comfortable for the baby. Just shut the snap lock to start baby feeding and reduce aching sore gums
  • ❤Works best with frozen fruit, Vege, ice cube, breast milk to soothe teething pain and massage baby's gum. This award-winning weaning gift sensory toys is easy to clean unlike mesh bag
  • ❤Infant, babies, kids will be excited with the rattle sound that this feeder makes. They just have to place their hands on the holder and will be able to teethe, feed, soothe themselves


I hope that our review of the top ten best baby pacifiers of 2017, can help you decide what pacifier is best for your child. Remember to click on the links above to read our individual assessments for each baby pacifier. 

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