How to eliminate bad breath tonsils caseum
Maintaining proper oral hygiene is essential to maintain a good breath, however this is not always enough. A person maintaining proper oral hygiene, has ruled out health problems and still have bad breath problems is perhaps a case of tonsillar caseum.
The caseum tonsil stones are small, which is generated by accumulation of organic debris (usually food) in the form of lumps in small pockets of the tonsils (called crypts) and esophagus. These small tonsil stones are irregularly shaped, yellowish or whitish, hard consistency, usually can be measured from a few millimeters to 1 cm. Bad breath occurs because, when decaying organic debris, the caseum has a foul odor, causing in turn a bad taste in my mouth.
Such stones usually pass on their own, and may even be scraped off easily for removal; however, as the stone begins to solidify, it calcifies making removal a little more complicated.
Treatment to remove caseum definitely is somewhat controversial, since it consists basically seal the tonsillar crypts by laser, or in more extreme cases, completely removes the tonsils.
Complete elimination of dairy products in the diet may also completely eliminate the condition of this smelling bad.