Confusing Pains That You Might Mistake for a Toothache, but They Really Aren’t

Salivary stone disease develops in the duct of one of the salivary glands. When the stone reaches a critical size, it clogs the salivary duct. As a result a toothache can appear and the affected gland may start swelling. In order to check this diagnosis, an X-ray is necessary. You can avoid surgery, if a stone is small.