Salivary Gland Surgery

There are three main glands in the mouth that produce saliva: the




, and

sublingual glands

. Each of these glands is paired; there is one parotid gland on each side of the head, in front of the ears. The salivary glands can be affected by various diseases, such as


, and


can also occur. Most salivary tumours are benign and slow-growing, but malignant tumours also occur. Surgery is performed by a

Head & Neck Surgeon


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