How to Get Rid of Tonsil Stones For Good!

June 10th, 2012

So you have figured out you have those dreaded Tonsil Stones – “tonsilloliths” hanging around your mouth and want to know how to get rid of tonsil stones so they don’t give you any more discomfort and more importantly bad breath!

>> Tonsil Stone Removal Guide

Good. Now that the problem has been found, let’s talk about what you can do and discuss a few ways of tonsil stone removal techniques and procedures.

* Some you can do on your own and some will require a doctor.

Common Procedures to Remove Tonsil Stones at Home:

  • Gargle salt water and cough – hoping they pop out so you can spit them across the room at your friends.
  • Use a Q-Tip to gently push them out.
  • Stick your longest finger in your mouth and try and push them out.
  • Waterpik – just like sand blasting your mouth.

How Doctors Deal With Tonsil Stones:

  • Tonsillectomy – yup, yank em out for good!
  • Tonsil Burn: this is where they literally burn your tonsils with a laser melting the tonsil crypts to together to form on big chunk of flesh.

Now, lets talk about why any of these procedures are not only ineffective but completely dangerous!

First off, you are risking serious infection by doing those procedures yourself. The salt water technique only works of you tonsil stones are big, which takes weeks to months to accumulate enough stone to spit out, in the mean time you scare away everyone with your stank breath.

The Q-Tip is ok, but you need a small mouth for it to work as they are sometimes not long enough – and again, you need weeks of tonsillolith build-up to get them to easily pop out.

* Watch the video below of a 12 yr old brave young girl named Claudia (dubbed the “rotten lil princess” by one mean commenter) who’s big sister made this gross video of “harvesting” her gnarly tonsil stones.

** GROSS **

This kid must have had tonsillitis and never knew she had those stones, look how big they are! The Q-Tip works for her, cause she has a small mouth and the swab is within reach. This will not work on most adults though and if your stones are in the opposite direction.

If you want to jam any objects in your mouth (including your dirty fingers – even if they are clean) to try and pop these suckers out then you are risking making things worse, you will see blood – that means you are risking infection! Don’t do it…

And the Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser thing, nah. People have grumbled that it is too harsh and tears the flesh causing even more deformity and deeper cryptic tonsils – the last thing you want!

Now for good ole modern medical procedures. Having a tonsillectomy as an adult can be a dangerous operation just like any other, do you really want to go through all that? Hospitals are scary, some go in and never come back out except in a coffin. No thanks…

The other procedure is where the doctor will use a laser to melt the skin (cooking it really) to close up the crypts. If this is done right it can be effective, BUT in my opinion most doctors today are hacks and do a lousy job, they just don’t pay attention to detail anymore. Have this procedure done and it could make things worse!

Risking any kind of surgery is not a good idea as tonsil stones are not life threatening. Besides, the jaboni doctors could create more havoc than you bargained for – your mouth is not a car, taking it back cause they didn’t fix it right the first time is a lot more headache, don’t you think?

So, do you really want to know how to get rid of tonsil stones for good and keep them from coming back? I know you really don’t want to go through any medical producers that are costly and could be a hack job. And the techniques that could cause infection are out the window…

Here’s the deal, there is this guide to removing tonsil stones that promises relief in 3 days or less or your money back. Sounds like a good deal, right? In this guide you will discover safe and effective ways of removing your tonsil stones and also ways of preventing them from coming back and wrecking your life.

** Worth a shot – click this link to learn more.

Tonsil Stones Go Away!

June 8th, 2012

You’re UGLY and your breath STINKS!

^ That is what the most popular girl in school (and my 1st crush) said to me in the middle of a packed hallway between classes with everyone around to laugh at me on that warm sunny day. All I did was say “Hi” to her, which took me the entire year to grow enough balls to even approach her …And then she said that to me.

The reality of “bad breath” hit hard that day. It wasn’t until years later until I found out what the real problem was… tonsil stones! WTF? Have never heard of them before or even knew anything like this existed.  Glad I found a solution – click here to see how to stop them dead in their smelly tracks!

You see, I had just gotten over my first bout with tonsillitis and I guess some pretty nasty stones formed in my tonsil crypts when that evil princess laid into me that fateful day. I can not begin to explain how crushed I was for years after and to this very day.

That situation could have been avoided if someone – either a Doctor of anyone who has dealt with this problem would have clued me in on what to expect. But no one, not even now speaks up about this insanely embarrassing problem. This is another reason why I started this “tonsil crypts” website.

My problem with bad breath and tonsil stones went on for years before I even knew I had a problem! One day I looked in the mirror to check on my scratchy throat and noticed the white balls stuck in the back of my mouth, never saw them until I opened my pie hole wide enough. Was like “what the hell is that!”, at first I thought I was dying…

So like a dummy, I found a long nail file and tried to pick one of them out, a small chunk came flying out and landed on my chin, then I noticed that smell… that was it! This has been the cause of my halitosis for all this time. Went in to dig out more, but only got blood instead. Then the very next day… tonsillitis.  Don’t be a dummy, compare what you see in the mirror to these tonsil stones pictures before you do anything else!

Told the doctor about what I had discovered and he could care less (asshole), “oh, they are harmless” and that there was nothing I could do about it other than brush my teeth and gargle that god awful Listerine. Don’t question the doctor, right? Wrong!

Thank goodness there is the Internet where people can share their embarrassing medical problems in somewhat anonymity, where I felt I was not alone, in fact was shocked at how many people suffer from tonsil stones!  I may still be ugly, but no more bad breath!

Luckily I was directed to this wonderful guide on how to treat and prevent tonsil stones. The guide is sure to be jam packed with safe & effective ways to get rid of tonsil stones and prevent them from forming. If one technique does not work for ya, there are plenty more to try until you find the one that does.

Is it really the best guide out there for dealing with tonsil stones? Surely it saves you time from searching the web and being gravely misinformed which could ultimately land you in the hospital! If you would like to learn more about it, Click This Link and head on over to their main website. Good luck!

Top 10 Reasons for Raging Halitosis!

June 6th, 2012

Your stank bad breath may be the cause of many different factors and conditions. Perhaps you or a friend has breath so terrible it can sometimes peel the paint in the room? It’s very embarrassing and the producer of the bad breath in question has NO idea it stay stink – and no one wants to tell them becasue it’s so emotionally crushing… so they walk around clueless.

So, you may be reading this becasue either you or someone you know suffers from chronic Halitosis (medical term) and wants to know what is causing it and how to get rid of and prevent it, right? Ok, below are the top 10 reasons we get “bad breath”.

1. Bad hygiene:
If you do not brush your teeth everyday or even twice a day your breath is gonna stink no matter how pretty or handsome you think you are. Food gets stuck in between your teeth and rots – causing bacteria – which causes odor. The back of your tongue may also be a breeding ground for bacteria which can cause the eye tearing bad breath. Use a tongue scrapper daily – it’s cheap, just get one at your local drug store.

2. Multiple Bouts with Tonsillitis:
If you have ever had infected tonsils (Tonsillitis) then you know those things don’t look the same once healed. The swelling and tearing of the tissue during the infection causes deformation of the tonsil – which can cause food to get logged in them and stink up the joint. Some folks (like me) have had Tonsillitis multiple times and have never gotten them removed by a doctor.

3. Cryptic Tonsils:
This is the after effects of Tonsillitis, the tonsils are deformed from the infection process and created tonsil crypts or little caves which can be a breeding ground for small chunks of food, saliva, and puss. If they are not removed they can form little balls of hell that create a massive stink in your mouth.

4. Tonsil Stones – Tonsilloliths:
This is what forms in your tonsil crypts (which form after an infection). Tonsil stones are concentrated evil that form during the day inside your tonsils. When you look in the mirror and open your mouth wide you can see them in on the sides of your mouth in the back. And they STINK! A tonsil stone is made up of food and puss with saliva creating the barrier that gives it that cheese curd-like style. The longer they stay logged in your tonsil crypts the bigger they get!

* This is a great guideclick this linkon how to remove and prevent those nasty tonsil stones.

5. Foods High in Fat:
Foods that are high in fat tend not to get fully digested and can coat your mouth with all kinds of leftover enzymes – usually the ones that cause odor. Not always the case, but a definite contributing factor. Think about this next time you have a date or want to talk that that person you’ve been crushing on… Getting that fast food lunch would not be a good idea… unless you want to repulse them with your stinky breath.

6. Foods High in Salt:
Another factor in bad breath. Left over salt in the body can cause dehydration (amongst other things) which in turn can cause dry mouth and eventually offensive breath. Combine this with foods high in fat and it’s a double dose of Halitosis waiting to happen.

7. Foods High in Sugar:
Processed sugar (high fructose corn syrup) in foods like “junk food” can stick around your body for long periods of time creating all kinds of havoc – including bad breath. Why? For pretty much the same reasons as above with more punch! The fake sugar coats your entire mouth and teeth until they are flushed out with brushing your teeth and or gargling potent mouthwash.

8. Odorous Foods:
Foods that stink when sitting on your plate are going to stink inside you. Onions! Even though this a natural food and has some great qualities, it does not help bad breath. In fact, onions and peppers are probably the worst natural foods that cause temporary bad breath. Luckily, the potency these stinky foods have on your breath is only temporary for that day or the next morning (morning doo-doo breath) if you decide not to brush your teeth before going to bed.

9. Dehydration:
Thirsty mouths will cause bad breath. If your mouth is feeling dry then most likely your breath is raging without you even knowing it. Drinking water and/or natural fruit juice will usually fix the problem, that’s IF you do not have tonsil stones armed and ready to stink up your breath.

10. Acid Reflux Disease:
This gets overlooked a lot when diagnosing halitosis. Acid reflux (GERD) is when that hole that connects your esophagus to your stomach does not close shut. What this means is that all the contents churning in your gut can make it’s way out via your breathing resulting in the dreaded “puke breath”. A Doctor will perform an ‘upper GI’ to determine the severity of the GERD. You drink some nuclear white minty stuff and they x-ray your stomach.

11. BONUS – Rotten Teeth:
OMG! This is a no-brainer. People with rotten teeth are going to have bad breath regardless of any of the other factors. Anything rotting in your mouth on on your body is going to create odor, period. Other than looking very unsightly a mouth full of bad teeth can cause serious smelly breath, even one rotting tooth can do damage to your social life.

Bet you were wondering what those little white pebbles are in the back of your throat on the sides of your mouth are, yup – tosnilloliths! Look at these pictures of tonsil stones and compare them to what you see in the mirror.

Just one or a combination of the above reasons will make your breath smell so bad – people will be looking forward to your farts.  So I hope this little post opened your eyes as to “why” bad breath occurs and what may be causing it, so now you can find a solution.

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How NOT to Remove Tonsil Stones

June 4th, 2012

tonsil stones removalThere is a proper way for tonsil stones removal and a NOT so proper way. This post will discuss all the wrong ways so you do not get any cockamamie ideas in your mind out of frustration when dealing with tonsil stones.

Those “stones” are in a very awkward place in your mouth and can be tough to get at especially when you have a sensitive gag reflex. The thought of jabbing something sharp sometimes goes by the waste side under emotional distress. I know, cause I have tried it all! With sometimes very bad consequences.  Meaning a nasty bout with super infected tonsils, strep throat, and sinus trouble.

At least 2 of my bouts with infected tonsils (tonsillitis) was due to trying to pick out the tonsil stones and doing more damage than good. It was hard to find an instrument that would give me the leverage I needed without tearing up the tissue. I tried the Q-tip method, but it didn’t work as you need a long-term build up of tonsilloliths so they get large enough to pop out.

The ones I had were stuck in there, nothing was getting them out until I tried the tarter scraper thing in the image. At first it was sharp, but I dulled it over time – however it still caused my tonsils to bleed. That is something you do NOT want as it could cause an infection – which is nasty.

How NOT to Remove Tonsil Stones:

  • using any sharp objects
  • un-sterile instruments
  • Q-Tips
  • make-shift paperclip
  • high pressure water-pick
  • your fingernails
  • tarter scrapers
  • any variations of the above either metal or plastic

Like I said, when you are desperate you will try anything. I did, landed me in the doctors office and a weeks worth of agony. The pain was so bad I could not even swallow my own spit. And eating? Forget it as my tonsils were so swollen I could not even drink water. Pain killers did nothing. Avoid this! I know what your thinking, “oh, I’ll just sterilize it with a lighter…“. NO, does not work like that.

If you search around online you will find all kinds of crazy ways people deal with their tonsil stones and some are very amusing and disgusting at the same time, but do not try them at home.  Just cause some bozo on YouTube used a twisted up paperclip does not mean you should do the same, seriously.

Learn what you are dealing with first.  Tonsil stones are left over food particles that get logged in your tonsil crypts and then the human body forms bacteria within them which gives them a puss-like cheesy look and of course, that god awful sulfuric demon stench!

The only safe ways for tonsil stones removal can be found in this guide (Click Here) by Allen Thompson, there is so much information I couldn’t possible go into the detail and would not be fair to the original producer of these techniques.

A natural and inexpensive cure to dealing with tonsil stones in just 3 days or less.  Do yourself a favor, get the guide and have piece of mind with NO more bad breath!

Have Your Tonsil Crypts Defeated You?

June 3rd, 2012

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How long have you been suffering from tonsil stones? A few months, few years, several years or even decades?

Believe it or not, you are not alone. I have been dealing with these nasty little buggers for over 13 years. After 4 bouts with tonsillitis my tonsils are still working and in my mouth even though they should have been removed when I was a teenager.

The result? …Tonsil crypts! Those deep crevasses where tonsil stones form in your tonsils and create a stink as well as being unsightly and sometimes uncomfortable leaving you embarrassed and defeated.

Don’t worry anymore! There are several tonsil stones treatment options and we will cover that all here with pictures and videos.