Are there different levels of chewing?

Yes.

Children and adults with and without sensory issues often feel compelled to chew. Generally, the levels of chewing are described as light, moderate or aggressive.

Light chewers or oral sensory seekers leave some tooth marks on those types of objects when chewing or put objects in their mouths without necessarily biting down on them. Therefore, we recommend these:

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Aggressive chewers often chew and destroy pens, pencils, erasers, t-shirt collars/sleeves and other unsafe objects. Therefore, we recommend the most durable (yet not indestructible) designs:

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ninja_babies-star-icon The thicker the bead is the more durable it is. Hence, the more aggressive your chewing is, be sure to choose a thicker beaded necklace.

ninja_babies-star-icon Choose the design and bead thickness depending on how you intend to use the design. For example, what level of chewing are you going to do, run the beads/pendant through your teeth, fidget with the beads/pendant or suck on the beads/pendant.

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