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How do you get rid of a salivary gland stone?
You may follow a few home remedies that help remove salivary gland stones, including: Increasing the production of saliva by drinking lots of water may help dislodge the stone. Try sucking on sugar-free, hard, sour candies, such as lemon drops, or wedges of citrus fruits, such as lemons or oranges, to help dislodge the stone.
What is a salivary gland stone?
Salivary gland stones are also called salivary duct stones. Stones form most often in the gland that releases saliva below the tongue. A stone can block saliva from flowing out of the gland. When saliva backs up behind the stone, it can make the gland swell. The gland swells while you are eating, and then the swelling goes down slowly afterward.
How do you know if you have a salivary stone?
A dentist might notice symptom-free salivary stones on a person鈥檚 x-ray during routine exams. The symptoms can come and go over a period of weeks, or be persistent. If the stone moves or grows in a way that blocks the duct of the gland, symptoms may worsen, a sign that the gland is becoming infected, a condition called sialadenitis.
What are salivary duct stones and what causes them?
(They are known medically as sialolithiasis.) You have three pairs of major salivary glands: in your cheeks (parotid glands), under your tongue (sublingual glands), and under your chin (submandibular glands). Each salivary gland has a tube (duct) that transports saliva to your mouth. When salivary duct stones form, the ducts can become blocked.