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In May 2020 we were delighted that Thumbsie® was ‘Approved’ through the Oral Health Foundation Accreditation Scheme.

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Help your child to stop thumb sucking!

Award winning Thumbsies® is suitable for children aged 3-12 years old, that want to give up thumb or finger sucking but need extra help at those difficult times, such as when they are tired, travelling in the car or whilst watching TV. Designed by parents for parents Thumbsies® has been successfully helping children to stop digit sucking for over 9 years.

 

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Recommended by dentists

Thumbsie® are recommended by dentists all over the world as they are a simple yet effective solution and can prevent the need of expensive and painful intervention. See what some British dentists are saying about thumb sucking and their views on why they recommend Thumbsie®. Thumbsie® won Innovation of the Year in the  National Dental Industry Awards 

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We want children to have fun whilst trying to break the thumb sucking habit

Each handmade fabric guard is worn like a glove, secured around the wrist with Velcro and will fit either hand. Over time Thumbsie® can help a child break the thumb sucking habit. Our reward charts make the process more fun and we offer a free personalised success certificate once they have stopped their thumb sucking habit.

 

Don’t just take our word for it, watch the video and hear from the children who stopped thumb sucking with Thumbsie®.

Or see what their parent's are saying
Thumb Sucking Thumbsie® Book Bundle – both thumbs *Highly recommended
Stop Thumb Sucking Bundle

Ideally children need 3 Thumbsies® thumb guards for each thumb they suck, as it is important that they wear their thumb guard all the time (both day and night). By having 3 guards you will always have a clean one to pop on. For the best results we highly recommend our Thumb Sucking Bundles, where you can choose your favourite fabrics. Buying a bundle gives you the best package to help your child to give up thumb sucking.

£29.50 - £59.50
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Finger Sucking Thumbsie® Book Bundle - Both hands *Highly recommended*
Stop Finger Sucking Bundle

Ideally children need 3 Thumbsies® finger guards for each hand they suck, as it is important that they wear their finger guard all the time (both day and night). By having 3 guards you will always have a clean one to pop on. For the best results we highly recommend our Finger Sucking Bundles, where you can choose your favourite fabrics. Buying a bundle gives you the best package to help your child to give up finger sucking.

£29.50 - £59.50
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Multi-award winning Thumsbie® was created from a real need that presented itself with Jo's third daughter Isabel.

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We are so proud to have won Innovation of the Year for our thumb and finger guards at the Made For Mums Awards 2021, tested by parents. We were also awarded in 2020 Best Product at the Family Network National Awards, Best Consumer Business in the National Best Business Women Awards and Innovation of the Year in the Dental Awards 2019

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Still Thumb Sucking?
With the new school year just around the corner, Thumbsie® offer our advice on how to cope with the anxiety and stress caused by thumb sucking at school. September is nearly here. Hard to believe, but it is. Your child may be excited and ready to go, or they may be nervy and anxious. Going back to school or starting[...]
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Children’s Oral Health Statistics UK
This blog reports statistics on children's oral health in the United Kingdom and how children's dental health might impact their general health. Many parents are concerned about their child's oral health, and for good reason. While children are often attracted to sweet, sugary food and drinks, research has proven that these treats can cause long-term damage to teeth. And it[...]
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Thumb Sucking Statistics (2022)
In this blog, Thumbsie® provide a detailed analysis of thumb sucking and highlight a range of key statistics from organisations such as the British Orthodontic Society, the American Dental Association, the Mayo Clinic and Colgate. If you're reading this, the chances are that you're concerned about your child's thumb sucking. You probably have lots of questions: Is thumb sucking bad?[...]
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