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ARK's Textured Bite-n-Chew Tip XL

ARK's Textured Bite-n-Chew Tip XL

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    Extra Long to reach the back molars, Textured for tactile input|||ARK's Textured Bite-n-Chew Tip XL is a tip attachment for the Z-Vibe® specially designed to work on biting and chewing oral motor skills.  At 2.5 inches total in length (2 inches long when inserted into a Z-Vibe handle), this tip can reach all the way to the back molar area for chewing exercises and/or for sensory input.  Use it promote a sustained bite, develop jaw strength and stability, practice rhythmic and rotary chewing, and more.  It can also be used outside the mouth on the cheeks and lips for added stimulation.  It's similar to the standard Bite-n-Chew Tip XL, but has added bumps to gently de-sensitize the mouth and work on texture acceptance.  The texture also simulates the feel of real food for realistic non-food chewing practice.

    • usa-flag.jpg Made in the USA out of medical grade, FDA compliant materials
    • No lead, phthalates, PVC, BPA, or latex
    • Each tip measures approximately 2.5" in length and just under .5" in diameter
    • Dishwasher-safe
    • Sold in packs of two
    • To be used with either the Z-Vibe® or Z-Grabber® handle (sold separately)

    triangle.jpeg Caution: this therapeutic tool should be used under adult supervision at all times.

     

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    1. Good for older kids

      These have been extremely helpful for my older kids that are working on desensitization. They like that wide area of input that they provide.

    2. Nice bonus

      This came with the z-grabber. I put peanut butter on it and have my daughter lick it off. She doesnt like sticking her tongue out but does for this exercise :) i am starting to see the tip of that tongue when we brush teeth!

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