Sleeping with a pacifier ? 🤔

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I'm sure this has been asked before, But. I had just recently got my first paci. More or less out of curiosity I guess. I have tried it three nights while going to bed and all three nights woke up with it still in my mouth. Is this okay to do with adult teeth? Was mainly just wondering if it's healthy for your teeth. Thanks.
 
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I'm pretty sure adult teeth can handle it but everyone is different 😉
 
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Do your teeth hurt? That's an area of concern. Hurting teeth could be an issue. I wouldn't know...I hab no teef. Long story. But my adult Mam binky had nothing to do with it...yet no teeth makes binky-use addicting and fun! (I'm a toddler girl) 🧸🍼🥳
 
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BobbiSueEllen said:
Do your teeth hurt? That's an area of concern. Hurting teeth could be an issue. I wouldn't know...I hab no teef. Long story. But my adult Mam binky had nothing to do with it...yet no teeth makes binky-use addicting and fun! (I'm a toddler girl) 🧸🍼🥳
I guess my mouth feels like it had a paci sitting in it all night.🤣 not really hurting. I was Just wondering. I see you changed your avatar Bobbisue.👍
 
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I sleep with a paci because I’m such a restless sleeper and just like a child my pacies soothe me off to sleep. I haven’t had any issues with it but everyone is different
 
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Taz said:
I sleep with a paci because I’m such a restless sleeper and just like a child my pacies soothe me off to sleep. I haven’t had any issues with it but everyone is different
Interesting observation. I can be a Restless sleeper from time to time myself. I have not done the pacifier thing a whole lot but I would say there is a calming / soothing thing about having one. It almost helps to turn your brain off at night a little bit doesn't it.
 
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BobbiSueEllen said:
I wouldn't know...I hab no teef.
I see what you did there😂
 
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Tomtomthedl said:
Interesting observation. I can be a Restless sleeper from time to time myself. I have not done the pacifier thing a whole lot but I would say there is a calming / soothing thing about having one. It almost helps to turn your brain off at night a little bit doesn't it.
You are 100% correct
 
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I've been sleeping with a CPAP for the last 10 to 15 years and the devise puts pressure on my front teeth. I've had no ill effects to my teeth so I think you're safe sleeping with a paci.
 
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I have a couple kinds of anxiety and autism. I love sleeping with my pacci. It really helps me! I can go with out it but if I'm home in my own bed I'll for sure have my pacci :)
 
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For me it feels like my teeth are being moved in the same way that braces used to feel in the opposite direction. Because I don't want to explain to an orthodontist why my teeth have gotten so much worse I don't use a paci overnight. Depends on which one you use and your own mouth tho.
 
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BobbiSueEllen said:
Do your teeth hurt? That's an area of concern. Hurting teeth could be an issue. I wouldn't know...I hab no teef. Long story. But my adult Mam binky had nothing to do with it...yet no teeth makes binky-use addicting and fun! (I'm a toddler girl) 🧸🍼🥳
I like your new avatar Bobbie Sue.
 
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My teeth get a bit upset if I’ve actively sucked on the pacifier throughout the night. It’s a better outcome than grinding my teeth in the night though but if I use it too often I get sore gums in the morning. It’s all a balance game.
 
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IcyBlue said:
My teeth get a bit upset if I’ve actively sucked on the pacifier throughout the night. It’s a better outcome than grinding my teeth in the night though but if I use it too often I get sore gums in the morning. It’s all a balance game.
Mine seem to also feel a bit sore on the next morning, but I guess it actually is still better than grinding them that I would otherwise do. Some nights it's completely fine and I dont get any soreness from it, might have something to do with stress or sleep quality :unsure: I was going to ask about the safety of it when had an appointment with the dentist, but forgot it before I even got there, and didn't feel like running back in when I did remember while leaving 😅
 
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Tomtomthedl said:
I'm sure this has been asked before, But. I had just recently got my first paci. More or less out of curiosity I guess. I have tried it three nights while going to bed and all three nights woke up with it still in my mouth. Is this okay to do with adult teeth? Was mainly just wondering if it's healthy for your teeth. Thanks.
Your body will naturally know when to let go of the paci.
 

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I would sleep with one of my paci's now and then. My wife (mommy) read recently that it might help with snoring among other things. I started to have one about 4 to 5 nights a week. I won't have one on the weekend, because sometimes I don't wake up before my kids, and I don't want them to come into our bedroom and see me with one. I think it helps me sleep better the night I have one. Plus, it is another easy way to be little most nights.
 
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Mine seem to also feel a bit sore on the next morning, but I guess it actually is still better than grinding them that I would otherwise do. Some nights it's completely fine and I dont get any soreness from it, might have something to do with stress or sleep quality :unsure: I was going to ask about the safety of it when had an appointment with the dentist, but forgot it before I even got there, and didn't feel like running back in when I did remember while leaving 😅
When I’m awake I’ve gotten used to not sucking on it and having a relaxed jaw. Doing this is reducing the occasions I grind my teeth which is a far cheaper option than the “grinding guard” dentist’s sell.
The only issue is rarely drooling but I usually wake up just enough to wipe it away and go back to sleep 🙀
There’s quite a few pacifier sizes so maybe try some smaller ones?
 
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Personally i can’t see it being particularly harmful to your teeth. Ive sucked my thumb my entire life and was always warned it would result in crooked teeth but this was never the case for me and I can’t see it being much different with a dummy/pacifier…
 
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The many times I have tried, they are just too uncomfortable to try to sleep with it in.
 
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Pacifiers are a great addition to my sleep routine! I don’t do it all the time, but it does help prevent teeth grinding while providing an extra layer or relaxation on top of the usual thick padding down below.
 
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