If you struggle with bad breath that is caused by sinusitis and the smelly hard yellow stones that sometimes come from the throat, the pulsatile oral irrigation system may be able to provide relief. You may also gargle vigorously daily with a combination of baking soda, salt and xylitol to help prevent tonsil stones.
Moving the tonsiliths gets rid of the smell. It is difficult to get rid of the smell by merely brushing the teeth or flossing. Using regular mouthwash once tonsil stones have formed only masks the scent.
Bronto´s halitosis (Photo credit: gaelx)
This is one option for people who have chronic halitosis due to tonsil stones. However, persons have also found relief by specifically going to an ENT, who removed the smelly yellowish pellet in an operation. That surgery is a one day affair so you can be free of the smelly tonsiliths and be back to your regular schedule.
It is a great alternative to a tonsillectomy. In fact, a tonsillectomy may not even be recommended by your doctor if you are over a certain age. A pulsatile irrigation system may help you easily remove these stinky hard balls that come from the throat and have fresh breath.
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