Options for everyone! Styles for both boys and girls, kids and adults. Whether you prefer smooth or textured, soft & chewy or firm & fairly rigid, chewing with your front teeth or with your back molars - we’ve got you covered.
To help visualize some of the main differences between each one, we've organized the following Chew Chart™ by chew type, whether it's for front teeth or back molar chewing, if it's textured, and the general age group. You can also check out our "How to Choose the Right Chew" category which will walk you through narrowing down the options.
To check out all of the chew tool options:
Almost all of the above chew tools come in 3 color-coded toughness levels. We usually recommend going with the softest/standard by default.
Unless the individual chews through things (chews holes in shirts, chews through pencils, etc.), in which case going up to the middle XT level would most likely be longer lasting.
The toughest XXT level - some people find it too hard, so it's usually best not to start with XXT (unless the individual has already chewed through the XT level or other very hard items like legos, hard plastic toys, etc.).