Gargle with a non-alcoholic mouthwash to help remove stones and freshen your breath.
Gargling with apple cider vinegar may help remove stones and has antimicrobial properties.
Oral irrigation: To attempt to remove tonsil stones, water may be softly sprayed into the back of the mouth using an oral irrigator. Use this technique with caution since if it is not carried out correctly, tonsils might be damaged.
Chew crushed garlic: Crushing a garlic clove produces allicin, which is the antimicrobial compound that gives garlic its antibacterial effects. Chewing crushed garlic may help eradicate the bacteria that causes tonsil stones and foul breath.
Lavender, lemongrass, and clove are a few essential oils that have antimicrobial characteristics. Before cleaning your teeth, add a few drops to your toothbrush.
Use a cotton swab to remove the stone: Wet the swab and GENTLY push the stone out of the way with adjacent tissues. Avoid damaging the tonsils at any costs. Before using this technique, talk to your doctor.
Maintain proper dental hygiene since food or germs that lodge in the tonsillar crypts might lead to tonsil stones. This might be avoided with proper brushing and flossing.