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Top 5 Homeopathic Medicines for Treating Tonsil Stones

If you’ve spent some time researching, you probably have found that some remedies for tonsil stones only treat their symptoms. Not the infection itself. So even though you are getting some momentary relief from the pain and discomfort, its doesn’t last. The tonsil stones just keep coming back to cause problems. Of course this isn’tContinue Reading “Top 5 Homeopathic Medicines for Treating Tonsil Stones”

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Can Tonsil Stones Cause Further Infection & What Would This Mean?

Given the amount of symptoms associated with them, it’s easy to think that tonsil stones have caused even further infection after removal. If you’ve experienced swollen tonsils or a sore throat, then it’s easy to believe that you’ve gotten tonsillitis as a result. But I just want to reassure you that this is not theContinue Reading “Can Tonsil Stones Cause Further Infection & What Would This Mean?”

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Does Everyone Get Tonsil Stones & How Common Are They?

No… not everyone has or will get tonsil stones. This is mainly due to the size and shape of their tonsils and their diet and oral hygiene habits. But this does not mean they aren’t common. According to Wikipedia, “Tonsilloliths or tonsillar concretions occur in up to 10% of the population”. Now this may beContinue Reading “Does Everyone Get Tonsil Stones & How Common Are They?”

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Can You Get Tonsil Stones After a Tonsillectomy?

Considering how much pain and suffering you’ve when through after the tonsillectomy, the least you would expect is for your infection to be cured. With the tonsils removed it only makes sense for this to happen. Doesn’t it? Well this isn’t always true. If the diet and oral hygiene habits remain the same, as theyContinue Reading “Can You Get Tonsil Stones After a Tonsillectomy?”

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How Do Tonsil Stones Develop & What Are The Reasons For This?

Because of the similarity of their symptoms, it’s very easy to confuse tonsil stones with tonsillitis. Both make your throat hurt, both cause swelling and both are extremely stressful. However, the way in which they are formed is different. Which means the way in which you prevent both infections is also going to be different.Continue Reading “How Do Tonsil Stones Develop & What Are The Reasons For This?”

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What is Tonsillar Hypertrophy & How do You Treat it?

Tonsillar hypertrophy is when your tonsils become inflamed and grow in size. This is often a symptom of throat infections and can cause a number of problems. It is usually seen in children (similarly to tonsillitis) but can also occur in adults. If left long enough, the enlarged tonsils can grow to the point whereContinue Reading “What is Tonsillar Hypertrophy & How do You Treat it?”

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Laser Tonsil Ablation For Treating Tonsil Stones

Laser tonsil ablation is a procedure done to reduce the size and shape of the tonsils. It has been shown to be very effective at treating a number of problems, including sleep apnea, tonsillitis and tonsil stones. Just like the other tonsillectomy alternatives, it takes advantage of laser technology. This makes for quicker surgery andContinue Reading “Laser Tonsil Ablation For Treating Tonsil Stones”

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Coblation Cryptolysis For Treating Tonsil Stones

In order to stop recurring tonsil stones, surgery can be recommended.¬†However, this is only in severe situations and is only permitted when the patient is experiencing serious turmoil because of the infection. There are two main surgeries tonsil stone patients can get: Laser Cryptolysis and Coblation Cryptolysis. In this post we’re going to talk aboutContinue Reading “Coblation Cryptolysis For Treating Tonsil Stones”

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Laser Cryptolysis Treatment for Tonsil Stones

If your tonsil stones get severe enough, to the point where they keep coming back and continually stress you out, then you may need to get surgery. However, this isn’t definite and you should consult your doctor before deciding to do so. But in saying that, I wouldn’t run into your doctor’s guns blazing readyContinue Reading “Laser Cryptolysis Treatment for Tonsil Stones”