Tonsil Stones


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A simple yet effective method to remove tonsil stones and thoroughly clean the tonsil crypts is to use an oral irrigator. Most electric oral irrigators are unsuitable for tonsil stone removal because they are too powerful and are likely to cause discomfort and rupture the tonsils, which could result in further complications such as infection. An oral irrigator with a pressure gauge can jet water at arbitrarily low pressure levels that the user can adjust by simply turning a gauge. Because of this, WaterPiks have been found to be the best solution for tonsil stones. See More Solutions »


Prevention methods for removing tonsil stones include gargling with salt water, cider vinegar, dissolvable paracetamol or a non-alcohol-, non-sugar-based mouth wash. Also doing this will help with the removal of tonsil stones.

Some alternative practitioners state that reducing the amount of white sugar or dairy in the diet will reduce the frequency of buildup. There is, however, no reliable data that supports this theory. People promising a tonsil stone remedy, or home remedy, usually do not offer anything that will actually help you. Read more »


Tonsilloliths, or tonsil stones, are calcifications that form in the crypts of the palatal tonsils. They are also known to form in the throat and on the roof of the mouth. Read more »