Salivary tract stones is the kind of salivary gland disorders. During eating, saliva (spit) produced salivary glands in the mouth. The chemicals in saliva can crystallize into a stone that can block channels saliva.
- * Swelling of the face or neck
- * Pain in the face or mouth
- * Dry mouth
The goal is to remove the stone. Health care provider or dentist may be able to push the stone out of the channel. In some cases, the stone may need to cut through the surgery.
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