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Can tonsil stones cause chronic bad breath?

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Can tonsil stones cause chronic bad breath?

Tonsil stone is one of the key factors that leads to chronic bad breath also termed as Halitosis.

The chemical or bacterial contents of these stones are the main causative agent for bad breath.

The depositions are constituted of oral germs or the post nasal drips.

Together with the white blood cells, these stones assume the white or cream coloration.

The chemical hydrogen sulphide is a foul smelling gas that is present in the tonsil stones.

Methyl mercaptan is also a major compound that is present inside the tonsil stones.

The basic odorous nature of these chemical compounds is the detrimental factor of the chronic bad breath.

Various oral bacteria’s amassed are of offensive odor.
Hence the tonsil stones do cause chronic bad breath.

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