Four tonsil stones removal.
Four tonsil stones removal.
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For a long time, I had stones with the problems of health problems and infections in tonsils. Because for a long time I eliminated myself with my fingers as you can see in this video and so I avoid giving me problems.
Be very careful when doing this.
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What are tonsil stones?
Tonsil stones, or tonsilloliths, are hard white or yellow formations that are located on or within the tonsils.
It’s common for people with tonsil stones to not even realize they have them. Tonsil stones aren’t always easy to see and they can range from rice-sized to the size of a large grape. Tonsil stones rarely cause larger health complications. However, sometimes they can grow into larger formations that can cause your tonsils to swell, and they often have an unpleasant odor.
What causes tonsil stones?
Your tonsils are made up of crevices, tunnels, and pits called tonsil crypts. Different types of debris, such as dead cells, mucus, saliva, and food, can get trapped in these pockets and build up. Bacteria and fungi feed on this buildup and cause a distinct odor.
Over time, the debris hardens into a tonsil stone. Some people may have only one tonsil stone, while others have many smaller formations.
Potential causes of tonsil stones include:
poor dental hygiene
chronic sinus issues
chronic tonsillitis (inflamed tonsils)
Symptoms of tonsil stones
Although some tonsil stones may be difficult to see, they can still cause noticeable symptoms. Symptoms of tonsil stones can include:
white or yellow debris on the tonsil
Smaller tonsil stones, which are more common than large ones, may not cause any symptoms.
Preventing tonsil stones
If you have tonsil stones, they may occur on a regular basis. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent them. These steps include:
practicing good oral hygiene, including cleaning the bacteria off the back of your tongue when you brush your teeth
gargling with salt water
drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated
Removing the stones yourself with rigid items like a toothbrush is not recommended. Your tonsils are delicate tissues so it’s important to be gentle. Manually removing tonsil stones can be risky and lead to complications, such as bleeding and infection. If you must try something, gently using a water pick or a cotton swab is a better choice.
Minor surgical procedures may be recommended if stones become particularly large or cause pain or persistent symptoms.