"Tonsil Stone Cleaning" Can Not Be Accepted as Guaranteed Bad Breath Treatment Method Always!

Tonsil Stone (Magma) and Bad Breath (Halitosis)



Is tonsil stone seen in everyone? - Does tonsil stone fall out spontaneously? - Tonsil stone cleaning -Quick information about the smell of breath -Tonsil stone treatment What is the halitosis? - How can you notice if there is halitosis? - Causes of halitosis (causes of halitosis and how does it pass?) - Potential causes of bad breath - Rare causes of bad breath - Halitosis tests - Treatment of halitosis - How to prevent bad breath?
Is tonsil stone seen in everyone? - Does tonsil stone fall out spontaneously? - Tonsil stone cleaning -Quick information about the smell of breath -Tonsil stone treatment What is the halitosis? - How can you notice if there is halitosis? - Causes of halitosis (causes of halitosis and how does it pass?) - Potential causes of bad breath - Rare causes of bad breath - Halitosis tests - Treatment of halitosis - How to prevent bad breath?


 Is tonsil stone seen in everyone?


Tonsil stones (magma) are seen more frequently in patients with deep pits (crypts) on their tonsils, and sometimes there are stones in the tonsils, without the appearance of stones on the outer surface of the tonsils.


Does tonsil stone fall out spontaneously?

Tonsil stones can grow spontaneously as they grow; coughing or a food crash. Do not use the products that are sold on the Internet as a tonsil stone cleaning tool or a tonsil stone cleaning kit without consulting your doctor.


Tonsil stone cleaning

Unfortunately, patients with halitosis, which is one of the cases in which medicine is insufficient, can apply to otolaryngologists by thinking that the removal of stones on the tonsils surface is a permanent and correct method for bad breath.

Cleaning the tonsils is usually only a partial removal of the tonsils, and there is a risk of bleeding from the tonsils or aspiration of the stone into the lower respiratory tract. In patients with tonsil stones, partial tonsillectomy procedures (partial tonsillectomy) can be performed or the procedure of smoothing the tonsils with different devices such as laser or coblater. Unfortunately, these processes often provide temporary or partial benefits. The most effective operation in patients with tonsil stones is the complete removal of the tonsils. Partial tonsil operations can be performed in patients with tonsil stone which is a bloodless and bladeless operation method.

Causes of bad breath are often very bait and not easily understood. For example, reflux, gum disease, chronic sinusitis, chronic pharyngitis can be caused due to many reasons such as bad breath. Sometimes one or more of these reasons can be found together.

Just because of the bad breath "I can go and clean the tonsil stones, I guarantee that I'll get rid of bad breath ..." I would suggest you do research about the treatment of tonsil stone without causing frustration.

Sometimes I read on the Internet can confuse people with tonsil stone ...

Sometimes I read on the Internet can confuse people, for example, "This is the bad smell of the mouth of those who do Tonsil clearance" a video and the description of the capital letters "Tonsil cleansing alone can get rid of bad breath!" writes (tonsil stone surgery to watch the video on the internet can reach many).



 
Tonsil stone removal is done with the index finger and fingernail tip. Sometimes the large branches of the vessel are very close to the tonsils and can pass in front of the tonsils. The infected material could escape to the lower respiratory tract and cause bleeding. Patients with reflux, nasal discharge or gum disease, which may cause bad breath, will not be the right practice to diagnose themselves. The partial stone cleaning already done in this way can only provide a temporary relief of time and is not correct to be presented as a guaranteed treatment tool for bad breath.

I would like to add the important information I received from the article "Bad Breath (Halitosis): Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment" on www.medicalnewstoday.com (article:
 
"Bad breath odor (also known as halitosis, fetor oris) affects approximately 25% of people globally. For halitosis there is usually more than one possible cause in a patient. Halitosis can cause significant concern, shame and anxiety.
 

Tonsil cryptolysis

 
Tonsil tissue is completely removed, only the tonsil surface is made smooth. Laser and Artrocare can be done using coblation. In this way tonsil stone formation can be slowed or prevented. Although there is no definitive treatment; in patients, instead of tonsillectomy operation can be preferred. However, there are advantages such as the non-bladder Thermal Welding Tonsillectomy procedure has soem advantages over the tonsil cryptolysi or patial tonsillectomy such as treatment success for tonsil stone recurrence and post-procedure bleeding riskl and less pain (tonsillar surgery is being performed ...).


Quick information about the smell of breath:


• Bad breath is estimated to affect 1 person from 4 people in the world
• The most common cause of halitosis is poor oral hygiene
• If food particles are left in the mouth, they break down by bacteria and produce sulfur compounds
• There are a number of common causes of bad breath, such as smoking, tooth decay and alcohol consumption.
• Keeping the mouth moist may reduce mouth odor.
• The smell of bad breath in children may also be due to a foreign object trapped in the nasal cavity
• Rare causes of bad breath include bowel obstruction, ketoacidosis and aspiration pneumonia
• The best treatment for bad breath regular brushing, dental floss and hydration
• Weight diets may cause nausea due to ketone formation
• If you are looking for a definitive solution to the smell of breath, it should be kept in mind that more than one reason can lie at the bottom and treatment may be required for each.

 What is the halitosis?


Although bad breath is associated with certain diseases, oral hygiene is the most common cause.
The smell of bad breath is a common problem that can cause significant psychological distress. A number of potential causes and treatments are available. Halitosis is the third most common cause people demand dental care (after tooth decay and gum disease). The most common cause of bad breath is poor dental hygiene. Bacteria produce sulfur compounds that break down food particles and cause odor formation. Measures such as improved home hygiene and smoking cessation and lifestyle changes can often eliminate the problem. If bad breath persists, however, it is recommended that you go to a doctor to check the underlying causes.


How can you notice if there is halitosis?


Feeling of special smell when breathing may vary depending on the cause of the problem. Because the patient himself is very difficult to assess the smell; the best tool to ask a close friend or relative to measure the smell of the patient's mouth. Another way to control the odor is to dry the patient's wrists and then dry and smell (if your wrist smells bad, your breath is likely to smell bad). Some people are worried about their breath if they have bad or no bad breath; this is called halitophobia and may cause obsessive oral cleansing behavior.
 

Causes of halitosis (causes of halitosis and how does it pass?)


Potential causes of bad breath include:


• Tobacco: Tobacco products cause their own bad breath. In addition, they increase the swelling of the gum disease, and this can also take a bad breath in the mouth. One of the most important factors about bad breath is cigarette smoke.
• Food: Breaking of the adhesive particles in the teeth can cause odors. Some foods such as onions and garlic can also produce bad breath. After digestion, the products of destruction are transported to the lungs in the blood and affect their breath (although the tonsil stone is not a specific diet for herbal treatment, the consumption of products with high water content to reduce the formation of tonsils and reflux and the food left in the stomach for 2 hours before sleeping time; acidic products may not be consumed).
• Dry mouth: Saliva naturally cleans the mouth. If the mouth is naturally dry (for example, in the morning) or is dry due to a specific disease (eg xerostomy), odor may be
• Dental hygiene: If the use of brushing and floss is not regular, a bacterial film called plaque is formed. This plaque may irritate the gums and cause accumulation pockets between the teeth and gums called periodontitis. Prostheses that are regularly or not properly cleaned may also have bacteria that cause halitosis.
• Fasting diets: Fasting and low carbohydrate eating programs can cause halitosis. The reason for this is the breakdown of the oils in which chemicals called ketones are produced. These ketones have a strong aroma.
• Drugs: Some medications can reduce saliva and therefore increase odors. Other medicines can break down and produce odor when released chemically. Examples include nitrates used in the treatment of angina, some chemotherapy drugs, and some tranquilizers such as phenothiazines. Individuals who take vitamin supplements at large doses may also be prone to bad breath
• Problems with the mouth, nose and throat: Sometimes small, bacteria-covered stones may form on the tonsils behind the throat (tonsil stone - magma) and produce odor. In addition, infection or inflammation of the nose, throat or sinuses can cause halitosis
• Foreign body: Bad breath (especially in children) may occur if there is a foreign object in the nasal cavity.
• Diseases: Some cancers, liver failure and other metabolic diseases may cause halitosis due to certain mixtures of chemicals they produce. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) may cause stomach acids to breathe badly due to regular reflux.

Rare causes of bad breath:


As mentioned earlier, the most common cause of bad breath is oral hygiene, but other cases may be blamed.
 
Rare causes of bad breath include:

• Ketoacidosis: When a person with diabetes has low insulin levels, his body can no longer use sugar and cannot begin to use fat deposits instead. When the oil is broken, ketones are produced and deposited. If ketones are found in large numbers they may be toxic and produce a distinctive and unpleasant breath odor. Ketoacidosis is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition.
• Intestinal obstruction: especially in case of bowel obstruction, if you experience long period of vomiting, you may smell like breath stool
• Chronic renal failure: Ammonia or urine-like odor has been observed in patients with chronic renal failure. Waste products normally removed by the kidneys are allowed to accumulate in the bloodstream.
• Bronchiectasis: A larger respiratory rate than normal is a long-term condition for a poor respiratory mucus accumulation.
• Aspiration pneumonia: Vomiting, saliva, food or liquids may cause edema or infection in the lungs or airways and may cause bad breath.

Halitosis diagnosis, tests

 
Generally, a dentist can smell the breath of the patient and evaluate the odor according to the six point density scale (Odor Intensity Scales for Enforcement, Monitoring ... - St. Croix Sensory). The dentist can scratch the back of the tongue and this area may smell of scraping, as this can often be a source of aroma.
There are several advanced detectors that can more accurately assess odor, including:
• Halimeter: Detects low sulfur levels
• Gas chromatography: measures three volatile sulfur compounds - hydrogen sulfide, methyl mercaptan and dimethyl sulfide
• BANA test: measures for a specific enzyme produced by bacteria that cause halitose
• Beta-galactosidase test: Levels of beta-galactosidase enzyme were associated with bad breath.
 

Treatment of halitosis


Oral hygiene is the key to most of the bad breath problems.
Oral hygiene is the best method to reduce bad breath. it prevents gaps and reduces the possibility of gum disease.
Individuals are advised to visit the dentist twice a year to check.
The dentist may recommend a toothpaste containing an antibacterial agent or an antibacterial mouthwash.
Alternatively, if gum disease is present, cleansing may be required to remove bacteria in the pockets between the gums and teeth.
Drug treatment for halitosis is generally not considered for a lasting effect. Maybe "how to remove the bad breath from the stomach?" In response to the question of "anti-reflux medications and the use of drugs that reduce acid production from the stomach, diet and gastroenterologist may need to be consulted" may be answered.

How to prevent bad breath?


Other lifestyle changes for bad breath and what you can do at home include: (tarz How to remove halitosis in the home? Tarz)

• Tooth brushing: Brush at least twice a day, but preferably brush after each meal.
• Floss: floss reduces accumulation of food particles and plaque formation through the teeth - brushing clears only about 60% of the tooth surface
• Clean dentures: Anything that comes into your mouth - denture, bridge, mouth guard - should be cleaned daily as recommended. Cleaning prevents bacteria from forming and transporting them back to the mouth. Changing the toothbrush every 2-3 months is important for similar reasons
• Brushing the Tongue: Bacteria, foodstuffs and dead cells usually occur on the tongue, especially in smokers or especially those who have dry mouth. Sometimes a tongue scraper may be useful
• Avoid mouth dryness: Drink plenty of water. Both dry the mouth, avoid alcohol and tobacco. Chewing gum or sweet absorption (preferably without sugar) can help stimulate saliva production. If the mouth is chronically dry, it may be appropriate to consult a doctor and consult the drugs that trigger the saliva flow.
• Diet: Avoid onions, garlic and spicy foods. Sugary foods are also associated with bad breath. Reduce coffee and alcohol consumption. A breakfast with coarse foods can help you to clean the food from the tongue.
 
Do not use drugs or herbal products that are marketed as anti-halitosis drugs without consulting your doctor.

If the above listed factors are under control, it is recommended that a person should go to a doctor for further testing to rule out other conditions if the smell of breath persists.

The section after the yellow-highlighted paragraph above is completely quoted. Please don't think "clean up my carriage" or "get my tonsils checked by massage and get rid of the guaranteed bad breath." To care for halitosis, first consult a kbb specialist and dentist.
 

Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon - ENT Doctor in Istanbul

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