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How can you remove salivary gland stone without surgery?

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Dr. Stephen Gordon
Dentistry
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In brief: Sometimes works..

Try sucking on a very sour lemon drop.
I have occasionally had success if the blockage is small. The sour drop causes an increase in saliva and it will sometimes push the blockage out. It is worth a try, otherwise, microsurgery.

In brief: Sometimes works..

Try sucking on a very sour lemon drop.
I have occasionally had success if the blockage is small. The sour drop causes an increase in saliva and it will sometimes push the blockage out. It is worth a try, otherwise, microsurgery.
Dr. Stephen Gordon
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Dr. James Sidman
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery - Pediatric

In brief: Yes

Endoscopic or ultrasound "blaster" or lasers can sometimes be used.

In brief: Yes

Endoscopic or ultrasound "blaster" or lasers can sometimes be used.
Dr. James Sidman
Dr. James Sidman
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