Can a swollen mandibular on right jaw be connected to a swollen tongue? In what way?

Salivary Glands. Infection. The symptoms that indicate a salivary gland infection include redness or swelling over your jaw in front of your ears, below your jaw, your tongue or on the bottom of your mouth. If you have increased fever, trouble breathing or swallowing, see your GP immediately.
Swelling. Can be sign of tooth, bone, gum infection. As infection spreads adjacent tissues can become involved. Swollen tongue can obstruct airway. You need immediate emergency care to determine cause of swelling and appropriate treatment. See Dentist immediately (as opposed to ER).