People's throats can become irritated, and when they cough, a little stone-like substance comes out of their mouth. These chemicals are whitish in color and have an unpleasant odor. Tonil stones are the name for these stone-like materials.
When food and bacteria from the mouth become caught in the tonsils, tonsil stones form. When they become large, they aid in the fight against infections that enter the mouth by stimulating the body's immune system, which sends white blood cells to the area to aid in the fight.
Other food leftovers and other objects are trapped in the mouth by tonsil stones. They create a foul odor to emanate from the lips in this manner. Despite the fact that they are non-toxic to humans, they can cause a variety of problems such as tooth decay, dental infections, and gum disease. Even after brushing teeth, when tonsil stones become large, they induce bad breath. A visit to the dentist can be used to treat them.
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