Monday, March 14, 2011

Bad Breath and Tonsil Stones: News You Can Use

We've found some new bad breath and tonsil stones resources that we think are definitely worth a closer look if you suffer from these common problems.
Let's start off by taking a closer at the type of bad breath you have. Sometimes it's situational and caused by something we eat or drink - think garlic, onions or too much coffee - and sometimes it's chronic, where the culprits are usually anaerobic bacteria that live beneath the surface of the tongue. Click on the following link to learn more about your type of bad breath.
Even if you've identified your type of bad breath, you still need to know what kind of oral hygiene regimen can eliminate the problem. Finally, those of you who have chronic bad breath may actually be suffering from tonsil stones, calcified collections of dead bacteria, mucous and food particles that lodge in the tonsil crypts and often look like white spots on tonsils. Remove tonsil stones using a WaterPik or other oral irrigator. Okay, all for now. Watch for additional updates soon...

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