Answer: Teething rings give your baby something safe to chew on. Chewing will help your baby to relieve the pain and pressure on her gums caused by the emerging tooth. You can also put some teething rings in the fridge, which will give your baby some cool, soothing relief.
teething rings are not the only things your baby can chew. If she has started solids, you can try giving her cold pieces of hard carrot to gnaw on. Apple is also ideal. Make sure you stay close by while your baby chews on these foods, just in case she chokes.
If your baby is older than four months, you can try rubbing some sugar-free teething gel on her sore gums. This gel will help to numb the pain. If you don't have a gel, try rubbing your baby's gum with your clean finger instead.
If you have introduced your baby to solids, you could try feeding her cold foods. Plain yoghurt is a good option, as is cucumber. Refrigerated apple puree will also make a soothing snack.
if the pain is more you can consult your doctor.
If all else fails, a cuddle and a kiss will help to comfort your baby.