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Sialolithiasis

Sialolithiasis – Its Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Sialolithiasis is a condition caused due to the formation of calcified masses in the salivary gland or salivary gland ducts.
excessive saliva

Excessive Saliva or Hypersalivation- Causes and Treatment

Hypersalivation or excess saliva is a condition where the salivary glands produce excess saliva. More than a disease itself, it is a secondary condition because of some other disorder. Medically, the term is ptyalism.
Salivary Gland Infection

Salivary Gland Infection- Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

Salivary gland infection is painful and is known as Sialadenitis. When there is an infection in the parotid gland, it is called Parotitis. Bacteria and viruses are the main cause of salivary glands infection. The infection causes pain, swelling, and reduction in the rate of salivary flow.
Blocked Salivary Gland

Blocked Salivary Gland Duct – Cause, Diagnosis & Treatment

Salivary duct stone, a calcified structure that forms in the salivary duct, cause blockage of the salivary duct and prevents the free flow of saliva. It also causes pain, swelling, etc. Salivary duct stones majorly affect the submandibular duct and, in some cases, the parotid gland duct.

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