What Are Tonsil Stones, What Causes Them, & How Are They Treated?

    Dr. Greene's Answer: The tonsils usually appear like small, dimpled golf balls set on either side of the back of the throat. Children with large tonsils and deep crypts often get food particles trappe…

    Padriatric docotr looking into the mouth of school girl, treating tonsil stones.
    Treating Tonsil Stones

    Dr. Greene's Answer: The tonsils are sentinels, standing guard at the back of the throat to protect the delicate tissues of our lungs and intestines from foreign invaders. They are part of a ring of d…

    Unusual Breath Odors and What They Mean
    Unusual Breath Odors & What They Mean

    Unusual breath odors are common in kids. Typically there isn't anything to worry about, but there are some breath odors that indicate an underlying problem. In children smelly breath that persists thr…