The Laryngology Clinic deals with diagnostics, treatment and qualification for surgical procedures performed as part of the Laryngology Department.
The salivary glands (salivary glands) are located around the mouth. The primary function of the salivary glands is to produce saliva, which moisturizes food and makes it easier to swallow. Saliva also produces enzymes, starting the digestive process. The main salivary glands are pairs of salivary glands: parotid, submandibular and sublingual. In addition to the main glands, there are also smaller ones, scattered throughout the mouth, responsible for the production of saliva. In the case of chronic salivary gland inflammation, urolithiasis, cancer or sialosis, surgical treatment should be undertaken.