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"Salivary Gland Infections" and Plasma Fibroblast

  It can be quite distressing when a client contacts you complaining about swollen glands following Plasma Fibroblast treatment. CASE STUDY Q&A Salivary gland infections and plasma fibroblast, Salivary gland infections affect the glands that produce spit (saliva). There are 3 pairs of major salivary glands: Parotid glands -- These are the two largest glands. One is located in each cheek over the jaw in front of the ears. Inflammation of one or more of these glands is called parotitis, or parotiditis. Submandibular glands -- These two glands are located just under both sides of the lower jaw and carry saliva up to the floor of the mouth under the tongue. Sublingual glands -- These two glands are located just under the front most area of the floor of the mouth. All of the salivary gland’s empty saliva into the mouth. The saliva enters the mouth through ducts that open into the mouth in different places. Case Presentation F&E anesthesia cream was used to treat a 53-year-old femal